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This collection contains introductory webinars on a variety of topics presented by UH Health Sciences librarian specialists


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    Searching the Health Literature 101
    (2023-09-07) Helbing, Rachel
    This session will provide an introduction to searching the health literature with tips, tricks, and best practices to make your searches more successful. Rachel Helbing, Head of Health Sciences Libraries, will cover searching basics like choosing appropriate databases, using PICO to generate a list of keywords, constructing a strategy with Boolean operators, and more. Skills learned in this session will be applicable for searching a variety of biomedical and social sciences databases.
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    Copyright 101
    (2021-11-17) Fagundes, Dave
    This session is presented by Dave Fagundes, the Baker Botts LLP Professor of Law and the Research Dean at the University of Houston Law Center. It covers the basics of the federal Copyright Act and major judicial interpretations, including what works are protected, what acts are infringing, when unauthorized use may be permitted, and what common misunderstandings about copyright law to avoid.
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    EndNote 101
    (2021-10-20) Lapka, Stephanie
    EndNote Online is a citation manager that can be used by researchers to format, organize, and share citations. Stefanie Lapka, Health Sciences Librarian at UH Libraries, will cover how to create an account, utilize plug-ins, add and organize references, and cite while you write.
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    Systematic Reviews 101
    (2021-09-22) Helbing, Rachel
    A systematic review utilizes specific methods in an attempt to collate all empirical evidence on a given topic. This is done in order to answer a posed research question with minimal bias and maximum reliability, improving the ability to make decisions. Rachel Helbing, Director of Library Services for the Health Sciences at UH Libraries, will discuss the steps involved in conducting a systematic review.