Searching for Undertaking Systematic Reviews

If you’ve begun work on a systematic review and are ready to start searching for studies, this workshop will cover what’s required.  You will learn the range of sources you’re expected to search and some of the techniques needed to search them.  

Who Should Attend: Anyone undertaking a systematic review as part of their educational program, or to publish in a journal.

Objectives:
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

 

So you want to do a Systematic Review?

If you’re thinking of starting on a systematic review and don’t know where to start, this brief introduction will help to get you started.  You will discover what’s involved, what skills are needed, and what Library services are available to help you.

Who Should Attend?
Anyone considering undertaking a systematic review as part of their educational program, or to publish in a journal.

Objectives:
By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:

 

Building for Education, Research and Patient Care: Nine Decades of Expansion at the Columbia University Medical Center

An Exhibition
September 19 – December 12, 2014
Hammer Health Sciences Building, Lower Level 2

Using vintage photographs and original documents from the Library’s Archives & Special Collections, the exhibit chronicles the development of the Medical Center from the first groundbreaking in 1925 through the expansion of the 1980's.

EndNote for Mac Users

Endnote manages all your citations and automatically converts them to the citation style you need. In this hands-on class, you will learn how to store, search and select references, then insert them automatically into your word processing document.

The Research Cookbook: Recipes for a Successful Project - (II)

Feeling a little confused or overwhelmed with the research process? The series consists of three separate classes, covering a variety of aspects of the research process: from picking a topic, to managing your project and expectations, to communicating your research. Attend just one, or all three, and feel more comfortable as you start out on your research project.

Who should attend: Anyone embarking on larger-scale research projects, such as Capstones and graduate theses or dissertations, or for post-docs and junior faculty just starting out in their research.

Don’t Get Tangled, Get Organized! – Tips and Tricks on Making Your Work More Efficient

Are you drowning in a flood of information? This class will help you to organize information and become more efficient.  Learn how to customize your searches, manage your search results in databases and on your desktop, and stay up-to-date in your field of interest.

Who should attend:  New students, faculty and staff or anyone who wants to learn how to organize their work.

Objectives:
By the end of this session you will be able to:

The Research Cookbook: Recipes for a Successful Project - (III)

Feeling a little confused or overwhelmed with the research process? The series consists of three separate classes, covering a variety of aspects of the research process: from picking a topic, to managing your project and expectations, to communicating your research. Attend just one, or all three, and feel more comfortable as you start out on your research project.

Who should attend: Anyone embarking on larger-scale research projects, such as Capstones and graduate theses or dissertations, or for post-docs and junior faculty just starting out in their research.

The Research Cookbook: Recipes for a Successful Project - (I)

Feeling a little confused or overwhelmed with the research process? The series consists of three separate classes, covering a variety of aspects of the research process: from picking a topic, to managing your project and expectations, to communicating your research. Attend just one, or all three, and feel more comfortable as you start out on your research project.

Who should attend: Anyone embarking on larger-scale research projects, such as Capstones and graduate theses or dissertations, or for post-docs and junior faculty just starting out in their research.

Get Ahead of the Curve from the Get-Go: Tools & Strategies for Finding Information

Are you experiencing an information glut? Learn how to use efficient tools and strategies to find the information you need quickly. This class will help you to understand how resources are organized and made available, how to choose the most relevant source for your information needs, and how to build on what you already know.

Who should attend: New students, faculty and staff.

Objectives:
By the end of this session you should be able to:

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