Continuing Education

CE101 Fields, Filters and Fun: Incorporating Creativity and Craft into Database Literature Searches

Friday, May 3
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Room: Offsite Facility: Weinberg Lab, Tarry 1-731

Cost: $400 (nonmember: $700)
Attendance maximum: 25

Got #expertsearcher problems? Learn how to approach complex biomedical database searches with creativity and fun in this interactive, full-day workshop. Through presentations, demos, hands-on activities, and discussions, you will learn how to use database and platform structures, text mining software, subject heading browsers, and other tools to improve search retrieval and efficiency, and, most importantly, how to use creative thinking in your searching while maintaining rigorous standards. Aimed at experienced searchers.

Instructors: David Kaunelis, Methods Specialist, and Kelly Farrah, AHIP, Research Information Specialist, Research Information Services, Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (CADTH), Ottawa, ON, Canada


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