PubMed at the Public Library - MCR Webinar
With health and medical news at the top of the headlines for most of the year, there is a desire among the general population to better understand health sciences research.
The new version of PubMed.gov makes accessing this research easier than ever for the general population, with automatic term mapping, best match searching, and better webpage layouts and features. PubMed is already a popular tool in life sciences libraries, because students will always have access to it while they have an internet connection.
This session is geared primarily towards public librarians who might have questions about using PubMed and helping their patrons use the website as well. In this session we will:
1. Describe the areas of research covered in PubMed
2. Describe the content and the history of the MEDLINE database
3. Create a My NCBI account that customizes the PubMed experience
4. Create a search alert
About the Presenter:
Jacob White is a librarian in the Research and Learning Department of A.R. Dykes Library at KU Medical Center. Prior to becoming a life sciences librarian Jacob worked in public libraries and non-profits around the Kansas City area. Outside the library, Jacob enjoys spending time at the lake and playing board games.
This page has all the PubMed Essential videos (all very short) posted. Public Libraries can link to it.
Sep 15, 2020
2:00PM - 3:00PM MT
A MidContinental Region Webinar (formerly Breezing Along with the RML) is a monthly webinar provided by the Network of the National Library of Medicine, MidContinental Region. The presentations feature a variety of topics relevant to librarianship, health sciences, technology, research, and community outreach. We may also feature the accomplishments of Network members, and provide updates on MCR projects.
When: Held 3rd Tuesday, Monthly, 2pm MT / 3pm CT
Recorded classes are available on our YouTube playlist.