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August 10, 2009

SciFinder for Biomedical Scientists e-Seminar

We've registered for the following seminar and reserved 555 for Wednesday, Sept 9th at 1pm. If you'd like to learn more about SciFinder, please stop by and join us:

SciFinder® for Biomedical Scientists

SciFinder covers a broad area of sciences and provides high quality information on topics such as drug-target interactions, biomarkers, enzymes, as well as many other topics of interest for the biomedical scientist. If you are a biomedical researcher, biologist, biochemist, medicinal chemist, or enzymologist, you'll want to learn about the many ways SciFinder can accelerate your R&D effort and speed up your research process.

In this e-Seminar, we will:

* Locate the literature most valuable to your research by utilizing Explore by Research Topic

* Find a biological compound of interest to you with Explore by Substance

* Utilize SciFinder's powerful Refine, Analyze, and Categorize tools to focus your results

* Obtain source information for the research documents of interest with Get Cited and Get Citing

* Learn how to get the most recent updates on your topics of interest with Keep Me Posted

Learn from your desktop or gather your colleagues and share the e-Seminar demonstration in an auditorium or meeting room. You can submit questions at any time during the e-Seminar.

June 10, 2009

Reference quizzes also on the wiki

Hello all,

I added a section on the HSL wiki for the Reference quizzes as well - it's in the Reference section, under the Reference Training Tools and Resources header. Here's the link: https://wiki.lib.umn.edu/HSL/Reference#refquizzes

Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks!

Liz