The NIH Library Training Program is a premier provider of information and data management training for the NIH intramural research community. The NIH Library’s training classes are free, available to NIH and select HHS staff, and are offered in-person and online. Classes are held in person in the NIH Library training rooms and/or online via WebEx. All sessions are taught by dedicated subject matter experts including NIH Library staff, guest instructors, and industry experts.
What We Do
Select topics listed below. See the online calendar for the full list of classes and to register.
- Citation Impact
- Portfolio Analysis
- Publication Analysis
- Microarray Data Analysis
- Next Generation Sequence Analysis
- Pathway Analysis
- Data Management, Analysis, and Visualization
- R and RStudio
- Web of Science
- Data Collection and Management
- Literature Searching for Systematic Reviews
- Protocol Development
- 3D Printing and Modeling
- Adobe Photoshop and Premiere Pro
- Abstract and Research Paper Creation
- Copyright and Plagiarism
- Creating Posters
- Ethical Writing
- Grammar and Punctuation Refresher
Tutorials and Consultations
The NIH Library Training Program also offers on-demand, online tutorials to accommodate self-paced learning.
Consultations and Tutorials
For a personalized experience, request an individual or group consultations.