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What are the educational needs of NNLM users? Results of our national training needs assessment

Tuesday, March 28th, 2017
Image: dot plot art

Image: dot plot art

Back in December 2016 we conducted a training needs assessment. You may remember it making the rounds on one of our regional email lists, or for it’s length (50+ questions) and attention to detail (covered 15+ professional competencies and 100+ NLM products). We are pleased to announce the results of our needs assessment. Full report here, and highlights after the jump.

PS: the NEO (National Evaluation Office) did a great post on how to create Dot Plots, a method for visualizing data which we used in our analysis.


What would you like to see on the NTC blog?

Wednesday, October 30th, 2013

Here’s your chance to tell us what type of content you’d like to see here on the NTC blog! Please take a minute to answer this two question survey to help us keep the NTC blog filled with content that’s most useful to you. Thank you for your time.


Friday, December 14th, 2012

The University of Pittsburgh Health Sciences Library System is trying a new approach to offering library instruction classes called FlashClass. FlashClass is based on the growing daily deal phenomenon of Groupon, Deal of the Day, CrowdSaving, Living Social, etc.

Read about it at:

The National Library of Medicine Training Center Needs Your Input!

Tuesday, January 24th, 2012

The National Library of Medicine Training Center (NTC) will be creating web based self-paced tutorials related to PubMed®, TOXNET®, and NCBI databases.

We need your input in order to inform topics, length, and format of the tutorials we will develop.  Please visit to complete a short questionnaire.  The questionnaire should take 10-15 minutes to complete.

Please complete the questionnaire by close of business on Friday, February 17, 2012.

Questions may be directed to Sharon Dennis, Assistant Director of the NTC, at