Health Sciences Training

Training for Use of Health Sciences Library Resources

The following courses will be offered in room R244 of the Health Center Library at the dates and times shown:

Course
Date
Time
NIH Public Access
By Appt.
By Appt.
Scholarly Electronic Journals for the Health Sciences
By Appt.
By Appt.
EndNote for Windows
By Appt.
By Appt.
Nursing Information
By Appt.
By Appt.
Evidence-Based Practice
By Appt.
By Appt.
MEDLINE/PubMed
By Appt.
By Appt.
Reference Manager for Windows
By Appt.
By Appt.
Intermediate EndNote for Windows *
By Appt.
By Appt.
Getting the most out of ClinicalKey
By Appt.
By Appt.
Getting the most out of UpToDate
By Appt.
By Appt.

* Intermediate EndNote for Windows requires one previous EndNote class or prior experience. For the best benefit, students should come with personal laptops with EndNote installed.


All courses are also offered by appointment. Please contact reference at 216.368.3218, or by hclref@case.edu to make arrangements.



Please register online through CaseLearns.

You may also register for all classes offered by the Cleveland Health Sciences Library by completing the online form, or by calling the Reference Department at 216.368.3218.


CHSL has prepared an online guide on basic research in the health sciences. There is also a PowerPoint presentation on health sciences information.


CHSL has prepared online subject guides.


Some training handouts and powerpoints are available.


The CHSL librarians can also make custom presentations in your department or classroom, or in the library's classroom. These presentations may include any of the topics listed above, or a specific database, information literacy, or anything appropriate to the health sciences. Please contact us by email, Health Center Library Reference, (hclref@case.edu) or by phone at 216.368.3218 and we will be happy to discuss a solution for your needs.


CaseLearns>>

CaseLearns (a new, enhanced version of KSLearn) supports the Case vision "transforming all learners" and the Case Libraries' vision to "make available high quality library services to educate the community in their effective use". The new training program offers a streamlined curriculum for faculty, students, and staff. CaseLearns takes advantage of current information and instructional technologies to facilitate and enhance teaching, research, and learning. The program is made possible by a collaborative effort of the Kelvin Smith Library, Information Technology and Academic Computing (ITAC) with generous support and guidance from the Department of Human Resources.