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Classes offered through the Wegner Library cover a vast range of topics aimed at helping the faculty, staff, and students at USD and Wegner Partners advance and promote their research. To sign up for a Wegner class, click here.
This class is designed for new users or those that need a refresher on utilizing Wegner's resources. We will cover general website and catalog navigation, remote access, general searching, interlibrary loan and other library services available.
Getting started with PubMed: Keyword vs. MeSH searching, creating a myNCBI account, and more.
This class will build off the PubMed Basics Class. Learn additional search techniques, hedges, how to create search filters, and more.
Overview of using the Cumulative Index of Nursing & Allied Health Literature (CINAHL) including keywords, wildcards, combining searches, filters and more.
This class is for EndNote Desktop users only. USD, SDSU, and Sanford affiliated users can download for free. Overview of EndNote desktop including creating a new EndNote library, importing references manually from PubMed or EBSCOhost databases, finding and attaching the full text, and Cite While You Write.
This class is for EndNote Desktop users only. USD, SDSU, and Sanford affiliated users can download for free. This class will build off the EndNote Basics Class. Learn how to create subfolders, Journal Terms List, create and modify new citation styles, and use Cite While You Write.
Topics include finding images in databases and the Web, using Creative Commons, understanding publisher requirements, embedding videos into learning management systems, and creating infographics.
Topics include finding author instructions, understanding author's rights and copyrights, free publishing options, case reports, plagiarism, ORCiD, and predatory journals and conferences.
Learn the differences between and basic navigation for the free versions of Zotero and Mendeley.