Biomedical and Health Information Summer School 2017 – Bookings now open
By Angela Young, on 25 May 2017
Bookings are now being taken for the Biomedical and Health Information Summer School 2017, a series of training and professional development sessions which aims to enhance the knowledge and skills of UCL Library Services staff to better enable them to answer enquiries and support the needs of UCL and NHS library users. Although some sessions have a biomedical or health emphasis, some are generic in their nature and relevant to library staff from any discipline.
The programme this year has a variety of sessions pitched at a range of levels, running throughout June and July:
- Literature searching: the essentials OR A flipped learning experience
- Critical appraisal library staff journal club
- Reference management software training and support forum
- Systematic Review Support Forum
- PubMed and OvidSP: training the trainer
- Research Data Management for biomedical and health librarians
As in previous years there is an online component – Literature searching: the essentials OR A flipped learning experience. This combined online and face to face experience is perfect for novice literature searchers to learn the basics, but it’s also a chance for staff interested in flipped learning to experience it first hand. If you can’t make the face to face session, feel free to work through the online component only.
Full details of the programme are available on LibNet. Sessions are open to all UCL Library Services staff, however priority will be given to those based on biomedical sites. Please ensure you have the permission of your line manager to attend.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place or for further information. Please include your name, site/team, telephone number, email address, and the session(s) you wish to attend. Alternatively contact Angela Young (email@example.com, 020 7794 0500 x33201) or Steven Bembridge (firstname.lastname@example.org, 020 7794 0500 x38238).
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