home J. Otto Lottes Health Sciences Library, Workshops Using Archived Data For Health Care Research Seminar

Using Archived Data For Health Care Research Seminar

Interested in using archived data for Health Care research? This seminar, presented by Marie Concannon, Head Data Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries, will present on current clinical informatics research that may be applied to patient care. All are welcome, but health informatics students are required to attend.  (CME credit is available.)

 

September 20, 2016

12:30pm-1:30pm

CE705

 

For more information, visit www.hmi.missouri.edu or email Dr. Emily Leary at LearyE@health.missouri.edu or Dr. Mihail Popescu at popescum@health.missouri.edu

Sponsored by the MU School of Medicine, Health Management and Informatics/Biostatistics and Research Design Unit

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Taira Meadowcroft

Taira Meadowcroft is a Health Sciences Librarian at the University of Missouri. She focuses on quality improvement, reference, and marketing for the University of Missouri Libraries.

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library, Intro to Mendeley: Sept. 23

Fridays @ the Library, Intro to Mendeley: Sept. 23

1 to 2 p.m., Ellis Room 213

Let us introduce you to Mendeley, a tool that can be used to write bibliographies, organize PDFs into searchable databases and connect you with other researchers. 

This workshop is free, but registration is required.

Presented by Humanities Librarian Michael Muchow.

home Events and Exhibits, Resources and Services, Workshops Fridays @ the Library – Fall 2016

Fridays @ the Library – Fall 2016

Our Fridays @ the Library workshop series is well underway. If you've missed the first few, don't worry! We still have plenty of Fridays left this semester:

  • Sept. 16 – Introduction to EndNote (in-person only)
  • Sept. 23 – Introduction to Mendeley
  • Sept. 30 – Exploration of Data-Planet: A Statistical Journey into the Social Sciences
  • Oct. 7 – Maximizing Your Research Identity and Impact
  • Oct. 14 – Creating Bibliographies with Zotero (in-person only)
  • Oct. 21 – Share Alike: Creative Commons
  • Oct. 28 – Public Access Policies (or…Zen and the Art of Compliance)
  • Nov. 4 – Managing and Sharing Your Research Data
  • Nov. 11 – "I have an idea for an invention, where do I go from here?"

All workshops are held in-person (Ellis 213) and online at 1pm on Friday afternoons. For more information, see our descriptions and registration information: https://libraryguides.missouri.edu/fridaysworkshops 

Fridays @ the Library Workshops Poster – Fall 2016

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Grace Atkins

Grace Atkins is the Outreach & Open Education Librarian at the University of Missouri Libraries. She focuses on increasing the use of Open Educational Resources on campus, engaging with library users, and marketing library services, events, and resources.

home Engineering Library, Workshops Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Introduction to Endnote, Sept. 16

Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Introduction to Endnote, Sept. 16

This workshop will be held in Rm. 213, 2nd Floor, Ellis Library.

September 16th 1-2 pm

Registration Required

Learn how to use Endnote, a powerful citation program, for your academic writinings. The workshop will teach you how to use this tool in order to store citation data, produce intext citations and bibliographies in various formats. 

With presenter Michael Muchow, Humanities Librarian

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Digging into the Literature for a Literature Review, Sept. 9

Fridays @ the Library Workshop: Digging into the Literature for a Literature Review, Sept. 9

Workshops offered simultaneously in two formats:
Face-to-face: Rm. 213, 2nd Floor, Ellis Library and live online
Registration Preferred.

Learn some of the more sophisticated features of database searching to yield the results you want. Using a variety of databases, we’ll focus on practical techniques that can save you time and effort.
Rachel Brekhus, Humanities Librarian
Kim Moeller, Social Sciences Librarian

home Workshops Fridays @ the Library Workshop, August 26 – Staying Ahead of the Curve: Be Aware of What Your Library Offers You

Fridays @ the Library Workshop, August 26 – Staying Ahead of the Curve: Be Aware of What Your Library Offers You

Workshops offered simultaneously in two formats:
Face-to-face: Rm. 213, 2nd Floor, Ellis Library and live online
Registration Preferred.

Learn how other faculty and students are using the Library’s services and find out about the newest tools and information sources.
Kimberly Moeller, Social Sciences Librarian & Rachel Brekhus, Humanities Librarian

home Ellis Library, Workshops Ellis Library Drop-In Tours

Ellis Library Drop-In Tours

Scheduled Thursday–Sunday before classes start!

Informal tours of Ellis Library are scheduled on the hour Thursday – Sunday, August 18 –21 from 12noon – 7pm, (last tour starts at 6pm). Meet a tour guide at the North Door of Ellis Library, and spend some time learning about one of the largest libraries in Missouri! You may invite friends and family as well to get an in-depth look, (50 minutes), or a quick overview, (20 minutes). We will tailor the tours to your requests when possible.

Tour Questions: Do you know that each academic department on campus has an assigned librarian? Do you know who your librarian is? What kind of study environments do you like? Do you know that Ellis Library has very quiet and moderately quiet study areas, some with cushy chairs, some with computers, and some with group study rooms? Do you know the location of the books in your discipline? Drop in and find out the answer to these and other questions.

Recommended for first-time freshmen, graduate students and friends. Get a jump on the semester by taking a tour.  Drop in and learn about the Mizzou Libraries!

home Events and Exhibits, Special Collections, Archives, and Rare Books, Workshops Don’t Miss These Library Presentations at Celebration of Teaching

Don’t Miss These Library Presentations at Celebration of Teaching

Librarians from MU Libraries will be offering two different presentations at the Celebration of Teaching this year. Don't miss it!  Register for free at the Celebration of Teaching website.

Check out the Libraries!  New Services and Resources

May 18, 10:00-10:50 am, room 30, Cornell Hall

Grace Atkins and Judy Maseles will be presenting on learning management systems and open educational resources.  The Libraries can now deliver customized library landing pages with subject-specific LibGuides, Databases, E-Reserves, and subject-expert librarians right inside your Blackboard or Canvas platform. High-quality, peer-reviewed, Open Educational Resources can also be found all over the open web. But which ones are the best for MU instructors and their courses? Learn about all of the work that is happening on campus to support instructor use and creation of OERs and how you can incorporate library resources within your courses.  

240819Diverse Objects, Diversity Discussions: Teaching Strategies with Material Culture

May 18, 3:00-3:50 pm, room 44, Cornell Hall

Museums, libraries, and archives are places where students can meet the world’s many cultures and explore ethnic and gender diversity in their own communities. In this interactive session, participants will be encouraged to craft their own strategies for teaching using artifacts and primary sources from several collections on the University of Missouri campus. Professionals from several different campus collections will also offer their perspectives on teaching and assignment strategies, and the types of collection materials available. This session may be a first step for faculty interested in setting up consultations with librarians, archivists, or curators who can contribute to their courses.

Kelli Hansen

Kelli Hansen is a librarian in the Special Collections and Rare Books department. She teaches information sessions in Special Collections, does reference work, and maintains the department's digital presences. Contact Kelli

home Workshops Friday Workshop, April 22

Friday Workshop, April 22

Digitization at MU Libraries
April 22 1– 2 p.m.
The Digital Services Department at MU Libraries digitizes material from the Libraries’ collections with two major goals: 1) To support teaching and research at MU, and 2) To make our unique and rare materials available to users worldwide. In this session, the presenters will review the process for requesting that items be digitized and show completed projects available through the MU Digital Library. They also will review the digitization process and digital image specifications and highlight the characteristics of a good digital image.
Felicity Dykas, Head, Digital Services Department
Tammie Busch, Senior Library Specialist

All workshops are offered simultaneously in two formats:
Face-to-face in Rm. 213 Ellis Library and live online.
To Register: tinyurl.com/MULibrariesworkshops
(click on gold calendar entries for face-to-face workshops and pink calendar entries for live online)

home Workshops Friday Workshop, April 15

Friday Workshop, April 15

Quality Qualtrics Surveys/Questionnaires
April 15 1– 2 p.m.

Learn how to capture survey results that can assist with collecting data for research projects or class assignments, or assess user satisfaction with academic and administrative programs. Create surveys, collect responses, and analyze data through the Qualtrics insight platform.
Navadeep Khanal, E-Learning Librarian
Kimberly Moeller, Social Sciences Librarian

All workshops are offered simultaneously in two formats:
Face-to-face in Rm. 213 Ellis Library and live online.
To Register: tinyurl.com/MULibrariesworkshops
(click on gold calendar entries for face-to-face workshops and pink calendar entries for live online)