Spring Classes

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Our savvy Librarians have created a robust spring class schedule for Duke faculty, staff, and students to increase their knowledge and confidence in research, publishing, citation management, and more.  Our March and early April classes will be held online! Find class details, dates, and registration information here!

  • Overview of the New PubMed (webinar)
  • Advanced PubMed Searching (webinar + in person options)
  • How to Write an Abstract (webinar)
  • Zotero in 30 (webinar)
  • EndNote (webinar + in person options)
  • Journal Selection for Authors (webinar)
  • Searching with Google Scholar (webinar)
  • Systematic Reviews: Practical Steps for Getting Started (webinar)
  • Using Mendeley (webinar)
  • Intro to VOS Viewer: Constructing Bibliometric Networks (in person)
  • Finding Quality in Qualitative Data (in person)
  • Introduction to Tableau (in person)
  • Searching CINAHL Effectively (in person)
  • Measuring and Maximizing Research Impact (in person)
  • Alternatives to EndNote for Citation Management (in person)

Let us help you work smarter, not harder.  If you are unable to make a specific class, please fill out this form to request a one-on-one consultation or a customized class for your group.

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