Guides, Videos & Tutorials
For guides on many topics, including searching for articles in nursing journals, mobile apps & resources, EBDM & journal club, resources for pharmacists, Hispanic health and more, see our complete list of AHSL Guides or choose from the list below:
AHSL Tucson: How to Check Out a Study Room [video tutorial via YouTube 1:15]
Easy Access to Library Resources Using Google Scholar [video tutorial via YouTube 3:29]
How to Use the New AHSL Website [video tutorial via YouTube, 8:20]
How to Customize your Web Browser [video tutorial via YouTube, 4:50]
How to Do a Topic Search in the Web of Science [video tutorial via Vimeo, 3:48]
How to Order a Journal Article Through the AHSL DocOrder [video tutorial via Vimeo, 3:13]
Using RefWorks for your Scholarly Project (for COM Phoenix) - Beginning [video tutorial via Vimeo, 4:43]
Using RefWorks for your Scholarly Project (for COM Phoenix) - Advanced, One Line/Cite View [video tutorial via Vimeo, 4:11]
Also see AHSL's YouTube Channel.
Need help navigating the UA Libraries catalog? See their tutorial [self-paced interactive tutorial].
Ovid - Tutorials [link to Ovid's online tutorials]
Pubget [link to YouTube videos for Pubget]
NLM Tutorials on PubMed [short video tutorials from the National Library of Medicine on selected topics on using PubMed, the MeSH Database, and MyNCBI. Topics include how to use filters, searching with the MeSH database, setting email alerts, building queries, and more.]
STAT!Ref App [link to AHSL web page about how to set up the STAT!Ref app for mobile devices]
(also see Refworks & EndNote Web for help with configuration)
RefWorks is free to the University of Arizona community. UA users need to create an account before they can use RefWorks.
AHSL RefWorks handout [pdf]
RefWorks support (via RefWorks/COS):
- RefWorks Guide by Refworks
- RefWorks 2.0 Tutorials [link to RefWorks/COS online tutorials]
- Quick Start Guide [7-page handout to get you started, PDF]
- Tutorial Basics [RefWorks online tutorials, videos with print handouts]
What is EndNote?--AHSL Handout [pdf]
Purchasing and using EndNote at UA
Guide to Configuring EndNote for the University of Arizona [online guide]
EndNote Tutorials (link to Thompson Reuters EndNote video tutorials)
Remember, Endnote Web is available for free to the UA community. Access must be made via Web of Science, then click on the tab-- My Endnote Web-- at the top of the page to sign in or register. Use your UA email address to register.
Video: The NIH Access Policy and Your Grant [07:30 video presentation via NYU Health Sciences Libraries]. This video clarifies the NIH public access policy and offers guidance on ensuring your manuscripts are available to the public according to the guidelines of the policy. Also see Grant Support.
Video: My Bibliography: Public Access Compliance [3:27 NCBI/NLM video presentation]
This video helps NIH-funded scientists use My Bibliography to link funding to their citations and manage compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy. Also see Grant Support.