A mix of videos, flyers, brochures, and other materials about AccessMedicine. Some of the content is labelled for other McGraw-Hill products but describes resources available in AccessMedicine. From McGraw-Hill Medical.
A mix of videos, flyers, brochures, and other materials about AccessMedicine. Some of the content is labelled for other McGraw-Hill products but describes resources available in AccessPharmacy. From McGraw-Hill Medical.
Scroll down to the video section. Watch a brief overview of Anatomy.tv. The video is a marketing tool, not a detailed "How-to." The other video describes part of Anatomy.tv that we do not have. From Stat!Ref.
Scroll down and select one or more Self-Paced Tutorials (several brief clips, with a menu you can use to navigate to specific clips.) You will need to create a free account to view the videos. From The Cochrane Collaboration and Wiley.
See overviews of the EBSCOhost system. Learn about the common layout and tools used in LISTA, Social Sciences Full Text, and Teacher Reference Center. Some of the videos may be grainy. You will also see tutorials for databases not available at MCPHS. From EBSCO.
Watch short videos to learn how to interact with a film or segment. Learn about the transcript, about closed captioning, and about two different ways to go directly to a film or segment. From Infobase Learning.
Video tutorials for different parts of HeinOnline's content. Most of these videos are about five minutes long. Some videos are much longer. Includes interviews with specific people too. The videos use YouTube's automatic subtitles for closed captioning.
Ranging from a few minutes to a half an hour, the videos show how to use different parts of the Micromedex site. Some of the videos require Flash. To actually access the tutorials, log into Micromedex, click "Micromedex, and click "Training Center." Registration is required for all training. From Truven Health Analytics - IBM Watson Health.
Watch short (under 5 minutes) videos about using different parts of Nexis Uni. Videos show how to search, how to annotate a document, and more. Each video has captions, but the captions have not been cleaned up to include correct spelling, punctuation, or capitalization. From LexisNexis.
A short video explanation of ways to expand ("explode") and narrow ("focus") your search. "Explode" will save you time. It will be useful for many of your searches. "Focus" is less relevant to people at MCPHS. Created by Queens University Library.
Use short, interactive online lessons to learn about ProQuest Ebook Central. Modules have audio and visual content. Each module is also available as a transcript with screenshots. Or, watch a recorded webinar.
Watch videos about searching, browsing, setting alerts, and more. Watch medium-length recordings of the computer screen as the trainer uses the database. Text bubbles on the screen describe each process. From Elsevier.
This page links to several ways to learn about ScienceDirect. Watch videos and read a Quick Guide. Some of the videos demonstrate specific tasks. Other videos are simply marketing tools. From Elsevier.
Brief (1-3 minute) videos demonstrate how to use different search modes, such as structure searching, or other tools in SciFindern. Recorded webinars provide additional detail. The videos have neither captions nor transcripts. From CAS.
Watch brief (1-2 minutes) videos what Stat!Ref contains and how to search it. Access videos about the eBook part of Stat!Ref and about a special anatomy tool, Anatomy.tv. Some videos on this page show resources MCPHS does not have. From TDS Health (formerly known as Stat!Ref).