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NLM Theater Presentations at the 2016 Medical Library Association Conference

Recordings of presentations from the NLM booth at the Medical Library Association annual meeting, 2016.

Recordings will be added as they are processed and become available.

For previous recordings, see the archive.

Videos   13 resources 
Title Date Runtime Format
Commenting in PubMed: PubMed Commons Trends and Tips (Hilda Bastian from the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) at the National Library of Medicine discusses the commenting system in PubMed: PubMed Commons for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the PubMed Commons documentation.) May 2016 17 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
DOCLINE: 2016 MLA Update (Elisabeth (Lis) Unger, the DOCLINE Team Lead from the National Library of Medicine presents an update on DOCLINE for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see https://www.nlm.nih.gov/docline/.) May 2016 17 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
HSRIC & PHPartners: Getting trusted information to researchers and administrators (Patricia Gallagher from the National Library of Medicine presents HSRIC and PHPartners for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. HSRIC and PHPartners were developed to provide vetted web-based information, including news, data, statistical data and tools to the health services research and public health workforces. This presentation discusses both the sites, their primary users, and how we are developing a new approaches to presenting the information on the web portals to our user groups. For more information, see https://www.nlm.nih.gov/hsrph.html.) May 2016 18 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
How Papers Get Into (and Out of) PMC: Public Access, Journal Review and Text Mining Resources (Kathryn Funk from the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the National Library of Medicine discusses public access and PubMed Central for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see http://pubmedcentral.gov/.) May 2016 22 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
LinkOut Beyond Full Text: Linking to Data (LinkOut goes beyond full text, linking to the datasets as well as full text. Learn what types of data are being deposited and how the links are created in PubMed. Kathy Kwan presents LinkOut for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the LinkOut documentation.) May 2016 22 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
Linked Data at NLM: Presentation to MLA (The BIBFRAME and MeSH RDF projects are great examples of work pushing the library and information community forward. Both projects involve working with linked data and embracing a new environment for making our bibliographic, authority and subject data available to users (and machines) on the web. Sharon Willis from the National Library of Medicine presents Linked Data at NLM to the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference.) May 2016 20 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
Mapping Your Community's Health (Colette Hochstein from Specialized Information Services (SIS) presents the National Library of Medicine Community Health Maps, a set of low cost mapping tools for community-based organizations, for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. The Community Health Maps blog covers mapping apps/software reviews, best practices, and the experiences of those who have successfully implemented a mapping workflow as part of their work. Learn about tools that can be used by community organizations, faculty or librarians to facilitate the use of GIS mapping. For more information, see http://communityhealthmaps.nlm.nih.gov/.) April 2016 10 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
MedlinePlus and MedlinePlus Connect Update: MLA 2016 (Danielle Walker from the National Library of Medicine presents an update on MedlinePlus and MedlinePlus Connect for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the MedlinePlus documentation.) May 2016 24 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
More and Better: New Digital Resources in the History of Medicine (Learn about the new availability of Images from the History of Medicine in NLM Digital Collections; the role of librarians in identifying future historical collections; and details of the NLM and Wellcome Library agreement to make 150 years of biomedical journals freely available online. Stephen Greenberg presents the NLM Digital Collections for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the NLM Digital Collections documentation.) May 2016 18 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
NLM Learning Resources Database: One stop for training you can use and share (Sarah Helson from the National Library of Medicine presents the NLM Learning Resource Database and API, a new NLM resource, for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the http://learn.nlm.nih.gov/ documentation.) May 2016 11 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
PubMed Rediscovered: Cool Tools That Make it Work (Kathi Canese from the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the National Library of Medicine presents an update on PubMed for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. The update includes a look at some of the ways the PubMed search box is getting “smarter,” improving retrieval for new users as well as seasoned searchers. This talk also includes a preview of the PubMed Labs Journals feature and the new PubMed Data Management System which will allow publishers to quickly edit data they have submitted when errors are found.) May 2016 20 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
SciENcv & My Bibliography: Tools for NIH Biosketches, Grant Reporting, and Compliance (Bart Trawick from the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the National Library of Medicine explains how to use My NCBI and SciENcv for public access compliance for NIH-funded researchers. This presentation was given at the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. For more information, see the SciENcv documentation.) May 2016 26 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial
Using ClinicalTrials.gov Content for Analysis (Kristina Elliott provides an overview of using ClinicalTrials.gov content for analysis for the 2016 Medical Library Association annual conference. The presentation includes what data are available and how to download. It also includes an overview of the new 'Individual Participant Data' data element, which links to IPD shared on various platforms, critical for meta-analyses by third-party researchers. For more information, see the ClinicalTrials.gov documentation.) May 2016 18 min. MP4 Video/Video Tutorial