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Public Health Library Winter Intersession Hours

As the end of the semester approaches, here's a reminder of our hours over the upcoming weeks:

  • Friday, December 14:
    9am to 5pm (as usual)
  • Saturday/Sunday, December 15-16:
    closed
  • Monday/Tuesday December 17-18:
    10am to 5pm
  • Wednesday, December 19 to Wednesday, January 2:
    closed
  • Thursday, January 3 to Monday, January 21:
    M-F 10am to 5pm; Sat-Sun closed
  • Tuesday, January 22:
    Regular schedule resumes (M-Th 9-8, F 9-5, Sa-Su 1-5)

Enjoy the break!

Dec 10, 2012 | Categories: News | msholinb

Interested in building your knowledge and skills in program evaluation?

Check out the Canadian Institutes of Health Research's online module!

This online module has been developed to support practitioners, managers and researchers in the evaluation of health and health research initiatives (including knowledge translation).

A key aim of this module is to develop capacity to conduct evaluation to support evidence-informed action.

The module has five sections:

  • Section 1: Evaluation: A Brief Overview
  • Section 2: Getting Started (preliminary work)
  • Section 3: Designing an Evaluation (developing an evaluation plan)
  • Section 4: Special Issues in Evaluation (ethical, conceptual and logistical issues)
  • Section 5: Resources (glossary, checklist and evaluation templates)

A number of resources are available in this online module, including:

  • Evaluation Checklist: questions to consider when developing and assessing an evaluation plan
  • Evaluation Planning Matrix (Appendix A)
  • Sample Evaluation Planning Matrix (Appendix B): a completed matrix for reference

For more info, check out: Evaluation module: CIHR resource. Please let me know if you find this tool useful!

Dec 05, 2012 | Categories: New Resources, Tips and Updates | msholinb

24/7 Library Access is here (at Moffitt and Main Stacks)

As of last Monday (Dec. 3), Moffitt Library and Gardner Stacks (in Doe Library) began extended hours for RRR Week and Finals Week. Those libraries will remain open continuously until Friday, December 14 at 7pm.

The Moffitt Microcomputer Lab and the Free Speech Movement Cafe will also be open round the clock for that period. Coffee and studying go together!

Dec 05, 2012 | Categories: News | msholinb

Want money? Check out these grants resources!

If you are hunting for funding, take advantage of these resources:

Community of Science (COS) Funding Opportunities (Note: Access limited to UCB faculty, staff, and students.): "A directory of available funds, grants, fellowships, awards and other types of funding throughout the world. Includes sponsors from the public and private sector; local, state and national governments; and societies and corporations." Searches may be limited to the desired country of activity, funding type, and deadline date.

Foundation Center: An independent nonprofit information clearinghouse that provides resources helpful in the grantseeking process, such as the Proposal Writing Short Course, a guide to the process of gathering background information and creating the various components of the proposal (statement of need, budget, etc.)

Grant and Research Information: UCB Public Health Library's guide to organizations, agencies, publications, and databases with information and resources on grants and research support.

Grants Databases and Information Sources: UCB Bioscience Library's list of grants databases and ways to acquire funding for research.

Find Grant Information: UCB Library's guide to print resources useful to help locate financial support for scholarly research.

Nov 08, 2012 | Categories: Tips and Updates | msholinb

Free Training: My NCBI - PubMed Your Way!

My NCBI: PubMed Your Way! Customize PubMed to Save, Share, Stay Current, and More

A Sheldon Margen Public Health Library Drop In Class

November 6, 2012, 1:30 pm - 3 pm

Biosciences Library Computer Training Room, Bioscience and Natural
Resources Library, VLSB

Have you ever wanted to:

  • Save your PubMed search(es)?
  • Receive e-mail updates as new citations that match your search are added to PubMed?
  • Permanently store citations you find from a PubMed search?
  • Share a list of citations with colleagues?
  • Keep track of searches you've run and the citations you've viewed over the previous 6 months?

If you answered "yes" to any of these questions, then please come to
the Sheldon Margen Public Health Library's My NCBI: PubMed Your Way class!

Topics covered will include:

  1. How to register for a My NCBI account
  2. How to save searches and have PubMed periodically re-run the search and automatically e-mail you new citations
  3. How to permanently save and share citations in My NCBI
  4. How to set up search filters in PubMed so search results are sorted into your desired categories (e.g., age groups, citations that link to other databases, etc.)
  5. Other features of My NCBI

This class will be useful for those working on longer papers such as a thesis or dissertation; for those who will be doing extended long-term research for a project, report, or grant; for those who want a little tune-up; and for those who are struggling a bit with organizing PubMed citations.

No sign-up is needed

Contact the Public Health Library at andrews2@berkeley.edu or call 642-2511 with any questions about this training.

Nov 02, 2012 | Categories: Events and Workshops | msholinb

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