Katherine (Kate) Majewski, MLS, is a librarian from the National Library of Medicine (NLM). She is a trainer, instructional designer and technical writer for NLM's Office of Engagement and Training.
Classes I Teach
|Bioinformatics and Biology Essentials For Librarians: Databases, Tools and Clinical Applications||The 14-week, 30 credit-hour self-paced online class reviews basic biology concepts and takes a deep dive into NCBI Molecular Biology Databases.|
|How PubMed Works: Selection||This 90 minute class covers issues and concerns surrounding the current publishing landscape; the selection criteria for the different components of the PubMed database and NLM responsibilities and practices in collecting and providing access to the biomedical literature.|
|MedlinePlus Tutorial for Librarians and Health Educators||This interactive, narrated tutorial provides a tour of the MedlinePlus website and takes about 1 hour to complete.|
|MeSH Changes and PubMed Searching 2022||A concise description of the class. This information appears on the "available now" section of the website|
|NLM Office Hours: MeSH||In a special NLM Office Hours co-hosted by the Massachusetts Health Sciences Library Network (MAHSLIN), Dan Cho from NLM’s Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) team will briefly describe how the Medical Subject Headings are developed and talk about the role of community input in MeSH development. Following this brief presentation, Elaine Alligood from MAHSLIN will moderate a Q&A and discussion about MeSH.|
|Preprints: Accelerating Research (On-Demand)||What are preprints, and how are they changing how biomedical research results are shared? This 1-hour, online, self-paced course introduces preprints and how they can be used in literature searching and in sharing your research results with others.|