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Two very nice Ebsco CINAHL tutorials created with Viewlet software, by 
Lisa Nickel at UNC Charlotte, are here:

Basic CINAHL Searching:
http://library.uncc.edu/files/25/tutorials/cinahl_basic.swf
Advanced CINAHL Searching:
http://library.uncc.edu/files/25/tutorials/CINAHL_Advanced_Searching.swf

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Karen Lee Martinez, MLS
Outreach Librarian
Northwest AHEC Library at Hickory
Hickory, NC
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Peg Allen wrote:

> Just in case they don't want to self-promote, see what Janet Schnall 
> and others at the University of Washington have done with Camtasia. 
> Page at 
> http://healthlinks.washington.edu/howto/finding_healthinfo.html 
> includes links to their tutorials..  In particular, see Search Tips 
> links in the Journal Articles section... This includes PubMed and Ovid 
> CINAHL.
>
> I've been asked off list about EBSCO CINAHL tutorial and can't find 
> the email buried among my email backlog.  See Pam Sherwill's award 
> winning site at http://www.library.health.ufl.edu/help/CINAHL/.  It 
> includes narrated flash videos of six searches.
>
> Hope this helps - Peg
>
> Margaret (Peg) Allen, MLS-AHIP
> Peg Allen, Library Consultant http://www.pegallen.net
> PO Box 2, 308 Kann, Stratford, WI 54484-0002
> pegallen @ verizon.net (715)687-4976
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Mark Funk" <[log in to unmask]>
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2006 2:35 PM
> Subject: Re: [MEDLIB-L] CHAT: hospital librarians & teaching
>
>
>> As others have noted, it is difficult to set up scheduled classes 
>> because of a history of poor turnout, and the need for "just in time" 
>> learning. Those librarians who are technologically minded might be 
>> interested in this web presentation:
>>
>> http://www.higheredblogcon.com/index.php/giving-the-students-what-they-want-short-to-the-point-e-lectures/ 
>>
>>
>> The presenter is a community college chemistry professor, who 
>> promotes "screencasting" (versus podcasting). Screencasts contain 
>> "slides, onscreen examples, and an audio track covering the core 
>> lecture material." He uses Camtasia (commercial software) to create 
>> his screencasts. I could easily see such screencasts put together for 
>> searching PubMed, MD Consult, and many other databases. By creating a 
>> screencast, there is no need to repeat the tutorial on demand, in 
>> person or on the telephone, and it is available 24/7.
>>
>> This presentation is part of a month-long "Higher Ed Blog Con." 
>> Medlib-l users may want to visit the site during April 10-14, when 
>> library and information resources are highlighted:
>>
>> http://www.higheredblogcon.com/index.php/library-information-resources/
>>
>> Mark
>>
>> -- 
>> Mark Funk
>> Head, Collection Development
>> Weill Cornell Medical Library
>> 1300 York Avenue
>> New York, NY 10021
>> [log in to unmask]
>> PH: 212-746-6073
>> FX: 212-746-8271
>>
>> There has been an alarming increase in the number of things I know 
>> nothing about. 
>