Classes in the Library
See also: individual assistance options below.
classes are free, but registration is required.
All classes are
single day sessions.
Learn how to use the basics of Acrobat XI but also for a
specific goal; to create electronic Forms that can be attached and emailed out,
filled in, and then returned electronically. Classroom A. Kim McBride - firstname.lastname@example.org
This one hour class provides an introduction to medical
libraries, finding information and available services and resources. A tour of
the library is included. The class can be customized and can come to
you. Orange room. Dianne Johnson, email@example.com
This training is required for working within the Content
Management System. Topics covered include: Differences external vs.
internal sites; Adding Base Content; Uploading Files; and Adding Images. Focus
is on building and editing pages. To obtain appropriate permissions to
update websites, please contact the Web Team at (external)
firstname.lastname@example.org or (internal) email@example.com.
Classroom B. Kim McBride - firstname.lastname@example.org
Advanced training focuses on specialized Content Management
System topics: Menus, Tables and Forms. Basic Ektron Training is required
before attending. Permissions should already be set from Basic class, but log
in before class to verify working credentials. If problems, please contact the
Web Team at (external) email@example.com or (internal)
firstname.lastname@example.org. Classroom B. Kim McBride - email@example.com
EndNote and EndNote
Learn the basic principles of creating your own bibliographic
databases, importing references and publishing manuscripts. Classroom A.
Rochelle Kramer - firstname.lastname@example.org
See what changes have been made to Excel. This will show you how
to get started in Excel or modify existing projects. It is also an opportunity
to get up to speed and have some questions answered. Classroom B. Kim
McBride - email@example.com
Learn how to make the most of your Outlook email, calendar,
contacts, and tasks. In this class, we will also be covering some time
management tips and other often-missed features in all areas of Outlook. Classroom
B. Kim McBride - firstname.lastname@example.org
Microsoft's PowerPoint software is easier than ever to use, but
so many choices can make the design aspect daunting. We'll talk about newer,
cleaner design standards and applying the Wake Forest template. We'll also
explore effective presentation strategies and how to communicate your ideas
effectively. Then we'll tour the software and learn how to use the features.
Advanced users and those with special projects should schedule an
individual consultation with Julie. Classroom B. Julie James - email@example.com
Learn about special features including customizing and saving
your searches and collections with My NCBI, new tutorials, the Single Citation
Matcher, advanced searches, and more. Classroom A. Rochelle Kramer - firstname.lastname@example.org
See how Word has changed with the newer 2007 and 2010 versions.
Learn ways to use Word more effectively. Some experience using Word is
necessary. Classroom B. Kim McBride
Registration for classes is required. Please visit http://libcal.wakehealth.edu to sign up or get on the waiting list.
Individual Assistance Topics:
Lync Online Meetings - Julie James - Lync provides the ability for groups people to collaborate online by using features such as video, audio (PC and/or phone), instant messaging, or content sharing. Contact Julie directly to set up training for your group or department.
NIH Publication and Biosketch Compliance - Molly Barnett - the NIH Public Access Policy requires that investigators submit final peer-reviewed journal manuscripts to PubMed Central upon acceptance for publication and that these manuscripts are made publicly available no later than 12 months after the date of publication. The Library will offer training covering the steps to compliance focusing on the creation and management of the MyNCBI, MyBibliography. In addition, we offer assistance in creating a SciENcv, another MyNCBI tool for creating and maintaining the NIH Biosketch.
ORCID - Molly Barnett - ORCID is an open, non-profit, community-driven effort to create and maintain a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities and outputs to these identifiers. It is a hub that connects researchers and research through the embedding of ORCID identifiers in key workflows, such as research profile maintenance, manuscript submissions, grant applications, and patent applications. We offer assistance in creating an ORCID account and linking to all your professional activities. ORCID=Open Researcher and Contributor ID.
OneNote - Julie James - is a free computer program for information gathering and multi-user collaboration; most frequently used for class notes and meeting minutes. It gathers users' notes (handwritten or typed), drawings, screen clippings and audio commentaries, and let you import files and write on them. Notes can be private or shared with other OneNote users via Sharepoint and other means. Contact Julie directly to set up training for your group or department.
Photoscape and Other Free Image Editors- Kim McBride - This topic, not currently offered on the monthly schedule, looks at a variety of free photograph editing software options for adjusting, enhancing and redesigning your digital pictures. To download any of these free image editors, contact HELP desk for further assistance.)
Contact Kim to set up an Individual One-on-One Instruction session.
Photoshop CS6 - Kim McBride - This class, not currently offered on the monthly schedule, covers basic concepts of digital pictures and how they can be manipulated from your camera to your computer using Adobe Photoshop. Bring your own digital photos or use samples provided to learn how to create customized projects. WFHS departments may purchase Photoshop at the education price via the Helpdesk using this form (on-campus only).
Contact Kim to set up an Individual One-on-One Instruction session.
PowerPoint 2010 Advanced - Experienced users wanting to construct complicated animations, packages, and get help with a particular project should email Julie directly to set up an appointment. See also PowerPoint Help from Microsoft.
Publishing Strategies: Impact Factors, Copyright, Open Access - Rochelle Kramer / Molly Barnett -This class is not currently offered on the monthly schedule. This class is two parts - 45 minutes for each. The first segment demonstrates methods for searching articles that cite a person’s work and teaches the basics of how journal titles are ranked by various impact factors. The second part discusses the basics of Copyright for authors and instructors and includes the mechanics and benefits of publishing in Open Access journals.
Reference Manager - Rochelle Kramer - This class is not currently offered on the monthly schedule. Learn the basic principles of creating your own bibliographic databases, importing references and publishing manuscripts. RefMan is the only bibliographic software package that can be accessed by multiple users at the same time and has similar features to EndNote.
Summon: Find Articles, E-journals, E-books and More - Mark McKone - Learn how to search for materials at all Wake Forest University libraries from one search engine. Summon is a
new kind of database/library search engine that includes records for
books, articles, conference proceedings, theses and dissertations,
videos, music, images, manuscripts, standards, maps, and more - all with one search.
Contact Mark to set up an Individual One-on-One Instruction session.
Zotero - Mark McKone - Learn how to gather, organize, and share bibliographic citations, as well as create and add bibliographies to your papers. Contact Mark to set up an Individual One-on-One Instruction session.