- Basic Search Techniques Tutorials and Evaluating Internet Sources
- Evidence-Based Medicine Tutorials
- EndNote Tutorials
- UB Libraries Guides
Boolean Searching (Basics) (video, 3:00-5:00) – University Libraries, Colorado State University
Truncation (video, 3:00-5:00) – University Libraries, Colorado State University
Evaluating Information (video, 3:14) – Johns Hopkins Sheridan Libraries & University Museums
Evaluating Internet Health Information: A Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine (video, 16:00) – MedlinePlus
Evaluating Web Pages Checklist – a one page checklist from the University of California Berkeley
Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply and Questions to Ask – an online guide from the University of California Berkeley
Guide to Health Web Surfing – an online guide from MedlinePlus
Evidence-based medicine is the intersection of patient preferences, clinical knowledge, and the best available evidence to support patient care.
Evidence-Based Practice: An Interprofessional Tutorial – provided by the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Library, this tutorial is designed to teach learners across health sciences disciplines how to find, appraise, and apply evidence in patient care.
Evidence-Based Practice (EBP): Improving Patient Care – designed by the University of California Irvine, this brief tutorial outlines the EBP process and illustrates how it works using an interactive clinical scenario.
EndNote is a citation management program that can help you store and organize references and PDFs. This program works with Microsoft Word so that you can seamlessly add formatted in text citations and bibliographies to your documents. Download it for free from the UB Libraries with your UBITname and password.
EndNote Training – find training guides for Windows and Mac, the Little EndNote How-To Book, training videos, and a training calendar on the EndNote site
What is EndNote? What it can do for you? (video, 1:33)
Introduction to Endnote X7 for PC (video, 47:25) – this mp4 format recording covers the basics of using EndNote on a PC.
Configuring Google Scholar to work with EndNote (video, 1:09) – change your settings in Google Scholar in order to download citations into EndNote.
Downloading PubMed Citations into your EndNote Library (video, 1:30) – download citations from PubMed into your EndNote Library in a few easy steps.
- Avoiding Plagiarism
- Classic Catalog Help
- Citing Sources
- Dissertations & Theses: Guide to Research
- Finding Health Statistics: Selected Resources
- Medical, Nursing, and Psychological Tests and Research Instruments: Selected Resources
- Nursing Databases Summary (pdf)
- Plagiarism: What it is & How to avoid it (pdf)
Resource on defining, recognizing, and avoiding plagiarism.
Last update: 10 March 2016