Newsletter of the NN/LM Southeastern/Atlantic Region
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SEA Professional Development Award Available for Data Science and Visualization Institute for Librarians
Have you been accepted to or are applying to the Data Science and Visualization Institute for Librarians being held April 24-28, 2017 at the James B. Hunt Jr. Library, North Carolina State University? NNLM SEA has Professional Development Awards available to help with the cost of attendance. The Institute is a week-long course providing the opportunity for librarians passionate about research and scholarship to immerse themselves in learning about data science and visualization in collaboration with academic peers. Participants will develop knowledge, skills, and confidence to communicate effectively with faculty and student researchers about their data and be able to provide initial consultancy on the course topics. Led by expert instructors, sessions will be interactive and will focus on mastery of core concepts, with hands-on exposure to select open source and highly used commercial tools. Sharing of practices and experiences across institutions will be encouraged. Application deadline for the Institute is 11:59 pm EST on January 27, 2017. For more information on NNLM SEA Professional Development Awards, see our funding page.
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, SE/A Region office and the NDCO will be closed on Monday, January 16, 2017 to observe Dr. Martin Luther King Day. We will reopen at 8:30 am on Tuesday, January 16,2017. The National Library of Medicine will also be closed on the 16th of January for MLK Day.
Join your RML staff and colleagues in reading and discussing new research in the field of health sciences librarianship! Participants will commit to attending four one-hour sessions every three months. Outreach specialists at the Greater Midwest Region will host and present an article at each session via WebEx. After the 30-minute presentation, participants from each NNLM region will separate into online breakout rooms for a facilitated discussion led by a coordinator from your region. Medical Library Association (MLA) continuing education credits will be available for those who participate in all four sessions. The journal club sessions will take place at 1:00 pm CT / 2:00 ET. The schedule for 2017 is as follows: February 9, 2017 Instructional methods used by health sciences librarians to teach evidence-based practice (EBP): a systematic review (link is external) May 11, 2017 Information Needs in the Precision Medicine Era: How Genetics Home Reference Can Help (link is external) August 10, 2017 The Lived Experience and Training Needs of Librarians Serving at the Clinical Point-of-Care (link is external) November 9, 2017 Usability and Acceptance of the Librarian Infobutton Tailoring Environment: An Open Access Online Knowledge Capture, Management, and Configuration Tool for OpenInfobutton (link is external) Class Length: 1 hour To register for the SEA Region: <https://nnlm.gov/class/nnlm-quarterly-journal-club-sea-region/6733> To see the class page overview: <https://nnlm.gov/classes/nnlm-quarterly-journal-club#overlay-context=classes/nnlm-quarterly-journal-club> The journal club has also been officially added to the PubMed Commons Journal Club page: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/myncbi/nnlm%20quarterly.journal%20club.1/profile If you have any questions, please contact Terri Ottosen, <email@example.com>
Don’t get caught out in the cold! You can prepare for snow, freezing temperatures, and other winter weather emergencies by using the following tools from National Library of Medicine (NLM) to learn and teach others about winter weather preparedness: Winter Weather Topics on MedlinePlus: MedlinePlus, which offers reliable consumer health information and resources curated by experts from NLM, has a number of Health Topics pages related to winter weather preparedness, including Winter Weather Emergencies, Frostbite, and Hypothermia. You can also learn through the Medical Encyclopedia on MedlinePlus how to prevent frostbite and hypothermia. Multilingual Information on Winter Weather: The Winter Storms and Extreme Cold page on HealthReach offers a one-page handout in five different languages (English, Arabic, Bosnian, Somali, and Spanish) educating people about how to stay safe during winter storms and extreme cold. The information is also available in all five languages in video or audio formats. Winter Weather Safety Information on Disaster Lit: Find public health documents related to winter weather through the Disaster Lit database, including guideline/assessment tools, reports, and informational websites.
The NIH Big Data to Knowledge program is pleased to announce the spring semester of The BD2K Guide to the Fundamentals of Data Science, a series of online lectures given by experts from across the country covering a range of diverse topics in data science. This course is an introductory overview that assumes no prior knowledge or understanding of data science. The series will run through May, meeting once per week at 12noon-1pm Eastern Time/9am-10am Pacific Time. No registration is required. To join the lecture: http://www.bigdatau.org/data-science-seminars This is a joint effort of the BD2K Training Coordinating Center, the BD2K Centers Coordination Center, and the NIH Office of the Associate Director of Data Science. The first semester of the series covered Data Management and Data Representation. This semester will cover computing, data modeling, and overarching topics. To see archived presentations, go to: http://www.bigdatau.org/data-science-seminars. SCHEDULE The following topics will be covered in January through May of 2017: SECTION 3: COMPUTING 1/6/17: Computing Overview (Patricia Kovatch, Mount Sinai) 1/13/17: Workflows/pipelines (Rommie Amaro, UCSD) 1/20/17: Running a Data Science Lab (Trey Ideker, UCSD) 1/27/17: Modern Computing: Cloud, Parallel, Distributed, HPC (Umit Catalyurek, GA Tech) 2/3/17: Commons: lessons learned, current state (Vivien Bonazzi, NIH) SECTION 4: DATA MODELING AND INFERENCE 2/10/17: Data Modeling Overview (Rafael Irizarry, Harvard) 2/17/17: Supervised Learning (Daniela Witten, U Washington) 2/24/17: Unsupervised Learning (Ali Shojaie, U Washington) 3/3/17: Algorithms, incl. Optimization (Pavel Pevzner, UCSD) 3/10/17: Bayesian inference (Mike Newton, U Wisconsin) 3/17/17: Data issues: Bias, Confounding, and Missing data (Lance Waller, Emory) 3/24/17: Causal inference (Joe Hogan, Brown) 3/31/17: Data Visualization tools and communication (Nils Gehlenborg, Harvard) 4/7/17: Modeling Synthesis (John Harer, Duke) SECTION 5: ADDITIONAL TOPICS 4/14/17: Open science (Brian Nosek, UVa) 4/21/17: Data sharing (Christine Borgman and Irene Pasquetto, UCLA) 4/28/17: Ethical Issues (Bartha Knoppers, McGill) 5/5/17: Reproducible Research (John Ionnaidis, Stanford) 5/12/17: Additional considerations for clinical data (Zak Kohane, Harvard) 5/19/17: SUMMARY and NIH context Reasonable accommodation: Individuals with disabilities who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event should contact Tonya Scott at 301-402-9827. Requests should be made at least 5 business days in advance of the event.
The National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM), Middle Atlantic Region (MAR) invites you to this 3 week self-paced, asynchronous introduction to cultural competency, the unique health information needs of refugees and immigrants, and relevant health information resources. From Beyond Our Borders: Providing Multilingual and Multicultural Health Information January 23 – February 10, 2016 Class Description: This class is designed to assist librarians and others who work with diverse populations in locating health information. The resources presented are selected for their emphasis on providing culturally relevant information in the preferred language of the population. Background information on refugees and immigrants in the U.S. and their unique health issues will be presented. Participants will have the opportunity to become familiar with the features and scope of several Internet resources. The class will be taught via Moodle and includes short readings, videos, and activities. This class has been approved for 4 hours of continuing education credits by the Medical Library Association for each part and is eligible for MLA Level I and Level II CHIS. Register: https://nnlm.gov/class/beyond-our-borders-providing-multilingual-and-multicultural-health-information/6741
Monthly Disaster Information Specialization Webinar: Updated and Enhanced Online Disaster Health Information Training Classes
WHEN: Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 1:30 pm ET WHO CAN PARTICIPATE: The Disaster Information Specialist monthly webinar is free and open to everyone – please spread the word and invite others in your organizations, send to your email lists, and post to your social media accounts. TOPIC and SPEAKERS: Representatives from the National Library of Medicine Disaster Information Management Research Center will show you how you can access newly updated, self-paced, online courses that introduce you to sources of critical disaster health information and get you on your way toward becoming a Disaster Information Specialist. LOGIN: Meeting URL: https://nih.webex.com/nih/onstage/g.php?MTID=ee2f46ef546b230f8ce2ae10afc481874 Event Password: 1234 Audio conference information ——————————————————- When you log in, you will be given a choice of Audio Connections. We suggesting using the “Call Using the Computer” (VOIP) option to participate in the webinar. If you cannot use VOIP option: Select “Call Me” to receive a call back and provide your phone number. OR Select “I Will Call In” and enter the number below and then the access code. Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada): 1-877-668-4493 Call-in toll number (US/Canada): 1-650-479-3208 Access code: 627 371 296 If asked for your Attendee ID Number and you do not see one appear on the screen, just hit # on your phone and you will be connected. ——————————————————- If you are in the area you can attend the meeting in person at our offices at 6707 Democracy Blvd, Bethesda, MD, Suite 510 Park in the visitor’s parking lot (we will validate your parking), walk to the middle building (Democracy Two) and take the elevator to the 5th floor. MORE INFORMATION: For more information on this and past meetings, see http://disasterinfo.nlm.nih.gov/dimrc/dismeetings.html
ABOUT: We should call this class “Around the NLM Clinical World in 90 minutes!” This webinar provides an introduction to nearly a dozen resources, including drug information, genetics information, clinical practice guidelines and evidence-based practice tools, and patient education. Participants who attend the webinar and complete a searching exercise will receive 3 MLA CE. Webinar: January 13, 2017 noon – 1:30 pm ET Exercise due January 27, 2017 Register
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Check out the January issue of NIH News in Health, the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research: To search for more trusted health information from NIH, bookmark http://health.nih.gov Pregnancy and Beyond Make Healthy Choices for Yourself and Your Baby When you’re expecting, you can take steps to keep yourself and your baby healthy throughout pregnancy, and after. Read more about healthy pregnancy. How to Spot and Prevent Deep Vein Thrombosis When the Clot Thickens A blood clot deep in your leg may cause pain, swelling, and more dangerous conditions. Take steps to reduce your chances of a blood clot forming in your veins, and learn about treatment options. Read more about deep vein thrombosis. Health Capsules Palliative Care Improves Quality of Life Scleroderma Affects Skin and More Featured Website: Types of Cancer Click here to download a PDF version for printing.Visit our Facebook page to suggest topics you’d like us to cover, or let us know what you find helpful about the newsletter. We’d like to hear from you! Please pass the word on to your colleagues about NIH News in Health. We are happy to send a limited number of print copies free of charge for display in offices, libraries or clinics. Just email us or call 301-402-7337 for more information.
Join the National Network of Libraries of Medicine Training Office (NTO) for our PubMed® for Librarians series. Details and links to registration are below. All times are Eastern. PubMed® for Librarians: Introduction Thursday, January 19, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_intro/369 Learn about the difference between PubMed and MEDLINE, how to run a basic PubMed search, assess your search results, analyze search details, customize PubMed with My NCBI, search for a known citation; plus, brief introductions to MeSH, automatic term mapping, search tags and subheadings. PubMed® for Librarians: MeSH January 25, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_mesh/370 Learn about the National Library of Medicine’s Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) database. We will talk about the 4 different types of MeSH terms and how searchers can benefit from using MeSH to build a search. We will investigate the structure of the MeSH database and look at the components of a MeSH record. PubMed® for Librarians: Automatic Term Mapping February 1, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_atm/371 Learn about how PubMed uses Automatic Term Mapping (ATM) to map your keyword searches to the controlled vocabulary of the MeSH database. Learn how ATM helps you effectively search with keywords. We will also look at the explosion feature, what is and isn’t included in Search Details and we will explore how to search for phrases in PubMed. PubMed® for Librarians: Building and Refining a Search February 8, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_building/374 This class will focus on using some of the tools and features built into PubMed that are designed to help you search more effectively. We will learn how to use MeSH terms the way Indexers do and we’ll explore the Index feature to build a search and explore a topic. We will explore the Filters Sidebar and Topic-Specific Queries. PubMed® for Librarians: Using PubMed’s Evidence-Based Search Features February 16, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_ebm/373 This class will explore Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) used for indexing study design, we’ll look at 3 PubMed features that facilitate evidence-based searching, and demonstrate how to customize My NCBI Filters to quickly locate specific publication types. PubMed® for Librarians: Customization with My NCBI Feb 23, 2017 1 PM – 2:30 ET https://nnlm.gov/class/pml_ncbi/372 Learn about the advantages of creating a My NCBI account, managing and manipulating settings in your My NCBI account, identify available filters in your My NCBI account, and create a custom filter.
TITLE: Discovering TOXNET ABOUT: Discover TOXNET and other NLM environmental health databases with a guided, self-paced, online course. TOXNET is a web-based system of databases covering hazardous chemicals, environmental health, toxic releases, chemical nomenclature, poisoning, risk assessment, regulations plus occupational safety and health. Discovering TOXNET is taught online in thirteen independent modules. The modules cover TOXLINE, ChemIDplus, TRI, TOXMAP, Hazardous Substances Data Bank, IRIS, Haz-Map, LactMed, WISER, CHEMM, REMM, and a short introductory module. Students work on their own over a period of 4 weeks to complete any modules of interest. Variable MLA Continuing Education credit is available. Each module offers from 0.5 to 2.0 credit hours, for a total of up to 12 hours. This course is offered through the Moodle course management system and includes guided interactive online tutorials, videos, and discovery exercises. Instructors will be available to answer questions via email and provide assistance throughout the course. DATES: Mar 1, 2017 to Mar 31, 2017 REGISTER: https://nnlm.gov/class/discovering-toxnet/6698
TITLE: Teaching Topics: Classroom Assessment on the Fly ABOUT: How can we use assessment effectively in the classroom? Join us for a one-hour program on classroom assessment techniques. After a brief review of the types assessment out there, we’ll review a number of different methods you can use for instantaneous feedback. From low tech polling to one minute papers, you will leave this session with new ideas for assessing learning ‘on the fly’ – no gradebook required. DATES AND TIMES Wednesday, Jan 11, 2017 1:00PM – 2:00PM ET REGISTER: https://nnlm.gov/class/teaching-topics-classroom-assessment-fly/6653 Wednesday, Feb 15, 2017 1:00PM – 2:00PM ET REGISTER: https://nnlm.gov/class/teaching-topics-classroom-assessment-fly/6654
SCR CONNECTions Webinar – Assessing Community Needs and Assets: Key Data Collection Strategies for Planners and Grant Writers – Jan 11, 2017
Title: Assessing Community Needs and Assets: Key Data Collection Strategies for Planners and Grant Writers Guest Speaker: Emily Spence-Almaguer, PhD Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Time: 10:00am – 11:00am CT / 9:00am – 10:00am MT Description: This webinar will introduce participants to the basic components of a community needs assessment. The strengths and weaknesses of various data collection methods will be reviewed and the presenter will briefly discuss strategies for incorporating needs assessment information in grant proposals. Speaker Bio: Dr. Emily Spence-Almaguer is Associate Dean for Community Engagement and Health Equity and Associate Professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Systems in the University of North Texas Health Science Center School of Public Health. She also serves as Outreach Core Director for the Texas Center for Health Disparities, a National Institute of Health Center of Excellence. She obtained her PhD from Florida International University in Social Welfare. Her research interests include program evaluation, community assessment, poverty, homelessness, community-based participatory research, and interpersonal violence. She serves as lead evaluator or investigator for several large community initiatives associated with interpersonal violence, health coaching, poverty, mental health, financial stability, homelessness and mentoring. She has also conducted both regional and topic-specific community needs assessments. She has published books, journal articles and community manuscripts in the areas of program evaluation, community assets and needs, intervention development, technology use in human services, and interpersonal violence. This webinar will be eligible for one hour of Medical Library Association (MLA) Continuing Education credit and will be archived for future viewing. To join the meeting: 1. Go to: https://nih.webex.com Enter the session number: 628 611 401 and password: webinar 3. Please provide your name and email address. 4. You may have to download and install a web add-on or run a temporary application depending on the browser you use. 5. Select your audio connection preference: *Call in – Call: 1-877-668-4493 (US/Canada Toll-free) Enter this access code: 628 611 401 # Enter the participant code given to you in the application and press # *Call using computer – Adjust settings and test the connection. If you are using a mobile device, your event password is: webinar To view live captioning, open http://livewrite-ncc.appspot.com/attend?event=citwebex in a separate browser window. For any technical issues, please call: 817-735-2223. For more information about this webinar, please visit: https://nnlm.gov/scr/training/webmeeting.html
The University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System (HSLS) is seeking an enthusiastic, forward-thinking Executive Director for the Middle Atlantic Region (MAR) of the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM). Funded by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) through a cooperative agreement, HSLS serves as the regional medical library headquarters for the Middle Atlantic Region, one of eight regions in the NNLM nationwide program. NNLM MAR comprises Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. The NNLM mission is to ensure health professionals, researchers, the public health workforce, patients, families and the general public have access to quality health information. The Executive Director is responsible for leadership, development, administration, and evaluation of all programs of the Middle Atlantic Region, including outreach services such as project funding, training, presentations, exhibits and other types of public programs. The successful candidate will bring a dedication to outreach and educational programs which increase access to quality health information; be skilled in managing a high-performing unit; possess strong networking and collaborative skills; and have vision for national and regional programs that shape the future of the NNLM. Review of candidates will begin February 1 and will continue until the position is filled. A complete position announcement including job responsibilities, qualifications, salary/benefits and where to apply may be viewed at: http://www.hsls.pitt.edu/about/positions/
The NNLM SEA Office and the NNLM Docline Coordination Office (NDCO) will be closed from December 23, 2016-January 2, 2017. The SEA and NDCO staff would like to wish each of you a wonderful holiday and a healthy, happy and peaceful 2017.
The National Library of Medicine, in conjunction with NIH Institutes and Centers (ICs), published an Administrative Supplement opportunity available to eligible NIH awardees with active R01 grants and, in some cases, with other grant or cooperative agreement mechanisms (see details in the Activity Code listing of which ICs will accept applications for each activity code). These administrative supplements provide funds to active awards of participating Institutes and Centers in order to enhance the storage, organization, management and use of digital research data through the involvement of informationists, also known as in-context information specialists. The purposes of this administrative supplement program are (1) to enhance collaborative, multi-disciplinary basic and clinical research by integrating an information specialist into the research team in order to improve the capture, storage, organization, management, integration, presentation and dissemination of biomedical research data; and (2) to assess the impact of the informationist’s participation. To review the announcement, please go to the NIH grants page: https://grants.nih.gov/grants/guide/pa-files/PA-17-090.html Applications are due by: March 15, 2017, by 5:00 PM local time of applicant organization. Direct any questions to: Alan VanBiervliet, Ph.D. National Library of Medicine (NLM) Telephone: 301-594-4882 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
On January 9, 2016, the Southeastern/Atlantic (SEA) Region will welcome Ashley Cuffia (email@example.com) as our new Network and Evaluation Coordinator. Ashley will coordinate and facilitate exhibits, manage the SEA evaluation program, and work with health care and information professionals in the region, performing outreach, training, and program management. Most recently Ashley was the Coordinator for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine DOCLINE Coordination Office and has worked as a paraprofessional in health science libraries for the past 9 years. She received her Masters of Library Science from the University of Maryland, College Park, and also has bachelor’s degrees in Cybersecurity Policy and History. She is the past chair for the Professional Development Committee of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association and the first student ever to chair a committee for the chapter. She recently Co-Chaired the Continuing Education Committee for the Philadelphia Tri-Chapter annual conference and is a member of the Medical Library Association. Her personal interests include camping, crafting and traveling the globe. Ashley resides outside Baltimore, Md.
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 18,2017 12 PM ET Presenter: Lisa Federer, MA, MLIS; Research Data Informationist, National Institutes of Health Library Contact: For additional information or questions, please contact Tony Nguyen. Summary: The term “big data” is often tossed around in conversations about science, but what does it really mean? This webinar will explain what big data is and provide an introduction to the data science techniques that can be used to analyze it. We’ll talk about how data science can help researchers find meaning in data and discuss some of the common techniques and tools used in a variety of different research areas. Presenter Bio: Lisa Federer currently serves as research data informationist at the National Institutes of Health Library, where she provides training and support in the management, organization, sharing, and reuse of biomedical research data. She is the author of several peer-reviewed articles and the editor of the Medical Library Association Guide to Data Management for Librarians. She holds a master’s of library and information science from the University of California–Los Angeles and graduate certificates in data science (Georgetown University) and data visualization (New York University), and she is a doctoral student at the University of Maryland. Upon completion of the Beyond the SEA Webinar, each participant will receive 1.0 hour of continuing education credit awarded by the Medical Library Association. Certificates will be available electronically following completion of the online survey supplied at the end of the webinar. Pre-Register: Pre-registration is strongly recommended, but not required. Visit our registration page to sign up! You will need to create a FREE account prior to registration. Learn how to register from the NTO. Topic: Beyond the SEA: Data Science 101: An Introduction for Librarians Host: Tony Nguyen Date: Wednesday, January 18, 2017 Time: 12:00 pm, Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00) Visit: https://nih.webex.com Session number: 624 888 665 Session password: SEAData ——————————————————- To join the training session ——————————————————- 1. Go to https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=t0a89c6bdbc3cb9dc2f3d6fe72fc9cf7d 2. Enter your name and email address. 3. Enter the session password: SEAData 4. Click “Join Now”. 5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen. To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=ta61d3ead7827275076292a7c98349f06 ——————————————————- To join the session by phone only ——————————————————- To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the training session, or call the number below and enter the access code. Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada):1-877-668-4493 Call-in toll number (US/Canada):1-650-479-3208 Show toll-free dialing restrictions: https://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf Access code: 624 888 665 To add this session to your calendar program (for example Microsoft Outlook), click this link: https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=t4e0b91ddb319d40f4b447e1d92de6e1d Technical Briefs – Important Information Prior to the Use of WebEx: Getting Started Guide for WebEx Participants Can’t join the training session? WebEx System Requirements: https://help.webex.com/docs/DOC-4748 WebEx System Requirements Mobile Devices: https://help.webex.com/community/webex-mobile/activity iOS Android
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 25, 2017 3 PM ET Presenter: Katherine (Kate) Majewski, MEDLARS Management Section, Bibliographic Services Division, U.S. National Library of Medicine Contact: For additional information or questions, please contact Tony Nguyen. Presentation Summary: The PubMed interface didn’t change much in 2016, but the systems underlying PubMed changed in significant ways. Kate will talk a little about what’s under PubMed’s hood these days. She will also demonstrate a new alerting feature called PubMed Journals and touch on some highlights of 2017 MeSH. Presenter Bio: Katherine (Kate) Majewski is a librarian, trainer and technical writer for the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM). Upon completion of the Beyond the SEA Webinar, each participant will receive 1.0 hour of continuing education credit awarded by the Medical Library Association. Certificates will be available electronically following completion of the online survey supplied at the end of the webinar. Pre-Register: Pre-registration is strongly recommended, but not required. Visit our registration page to sign up! You will need to create a FREE account prior to registration. Learn how to register from the NTO. Visit: https://nih.webex.com Session Number: 624 501 134 If asked for a Session Password, use: NNLMPubMed ——————————————————- To join the training session ——————————————————- 1. Go to https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=te497793389e8fc486126301aa1437aa4 2. Enter your name and email address. 3. Enter the session password: NNLMPubMed 4. Click “Join Now”. 5. Follow the instructions that appear on your screen. To view in other time zones or languages, please click the link https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=t3422b3a292e448764dbc96d92786d207 ——————————————————- To join the session by phone only ——————————————————- To receive a call back, provide your phone number when you join the training session, or call the number below and enter the access code. Call-in toll-free number (US/Canada):1-877-668-4493 Call-in toll number (US/Canada):1-650-479-3208 Show toll-free dialing restrictions: https://www.webex.com/pdf/tollfree_restrictions.pdf Access code: 624 501 134 To add this session to your calendar program (for example Microsoft Outlook), click this link: https://nih.webex.com/nih/k2/j.php?MTID=t7738616a8adb5a00eb72b173e8d50301. Technical Briefs – Important Information Prior to the Use of WebEx: Getting Started Guide for WebEx Participants Can’t join the training session? WebEx System Requirements: https://help.webex.com/docs/DOC-4748 WebEx System Requirements Mobile Devices: https://help.webex.com/community/webex-mobile/activity iOS Android