NIH Library Training


​​NIH Library offers training on how to effectively find, appraise and manage information using an array of electronic library resources. Topics include how to search the biomedical literature, access online journals, order and receive articles via email, set up a research update service, and use bibliographic management software to manage a personal library collection and format bibliographies.

For a full list of in-person training classes, visit Online training and tutorials are available from this page.


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Training TitleDate
3D Printing at the NIH Library Orientation 2014-09-26
Copyright and Plagiarism: What NIH Authors Need to Know2014-10-15
Designing Maps for a Health Study Webinar (Webinar)2014-10-01
EndNote Web: Using EndNote from Anywhere (Webinar)2014-10-09
EndNote: Managing Your Search Results (Webinar)2014-09-24
Expression Data Analysis on Microarray and NGS in Partek (Note: 2 day course)2014-10-08
Finding and Reusing Scientific Research Data 2014-09-24
Impact Assessment for Authors 2014-10-07
Introduction to the BTRIS Limited Data Set Application2014-09-29
NIH Library Technology Sandbox Orientation2014-09-30
Preservation, Retention, and Storage of Digital Data: The Proper Care and Feeding of Research Data2014-11-19
PubMed: Understanding the Basics2014-09-22
Research Data Description and Organization: Metadata, Common Data Elements, Taxonomies, and More2014-10-20
Using Web of Science and Scopus in Bibliometric Analysis2014-11-06
What the Impact Factor Can and Cannot Measure 2014-11-13