The NIH Library Training Program is a premier provider of information and data management training for the NIH intramural research community. NIH Library classes are free, available to NIH and select HHS staff, and are currently being offered entirely online via WebEx. All sessions are taught by dedicated subject matter experts including NIH Library staff, guest instructors, and industry experts.
The NIH Library training class calendar for May 2020 is now available. Class descriptions and registration are available through the links below.
May 5 Bibliometric Analysis: Using Web of Science and Scopus
May 6 Introduction to Scopus
May 7 Ethical Writing: Issues in Scientific Publication
May 7 Variant Selection in Genomics DNA Sequences
May 8 DNASTAR Lasergene Demonstration and Training Workshop
May 12 Introduction to Web of Science
May 12 Hands-On Virtual Lab: Machine Learning
May 13 Introduction to PubMed
May 14 Introduction to Adobe Photoshop
May 18 RNA-Seq Analysis Training
May 18 Types of Literature Reviews: Selecting the Most Appropriate Review for Your Research
May 19 DNA-Seq and ATAC-Seq Data Analysis in Partek Flow
May 19 Microarray Methylation Data Analysis in Partek Genomic Suite
May 20 Bioinformatics Workshop: Single Cell Sequencing
May 21 Single Cell RNA-Seq Data Analysis in Partek Flow
May 21 RNA-Seq Data Analysis in Partek Flow
May 27 Introduction to Taxonomies
May 27 Biomedical Business Information Resources
May 28 Ingenuity Pathway Analysis (IPA)
May 28 Introduction to EndNote Desktop
The NIH Library Training Program also offers on-demand, online tutorials to accommodate self-paced learning. For personalized instruction, schedule an individual or group consultation with one of our information experts.
NIH Library staff are available for ongoing support and help with research questions, specific training needs, or with follow-up questions after classes.
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