Archive for January, 2008

IAP 2008: All events for week ending Friday, February 1

Posted January 24th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Check out all of the MIT Libraries IAP events for this week, from Monday, January 21 through Friday, January 25. A complete listing for all of IAP is also available.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Workshops

Rotch Film Series continues

Flavors of Citation Searching

Methods for Large-scale Statistical Computing in the Social, Behavioral & Health Sciences

PowerPoint Institute for Advanced Study

Finding & Using Historical Newspapers

Introduction to Regression Using Stata

Keeping Current: Using RSS Feeds to Stay Ahead in Your Research

Career Research: Targeting and Researching Employers

Coffee + Chocolate + Fair Trade = Delicious!

Your MIT

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Open Source and Free Mapping Tools – 1/23, 2-3 pm, 4-231

Posted January 23rd, 2008 by Lisa Sweeney

There has been an explosion of open source and free mapping tools. In this talk we will offer a brief look into the neogeographer’s world of online mapping.

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WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 2 -3 pm

WHERE: 4-231

Complete listing of GIS workshops

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New Podcast: Tracy Gabridge on Assessing the Vulnerability of Conference Proceedings

Posted January 22nd, 2008 by Ellen Duranceau

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In the new episode in the series of podcasts on scholarly publication and copyright, Tracy Gabridge, Associate Head of the Barker Engineering Library (as well as a graduate of MIT), speaks about a project she is leading in which a group of librarians is determining which conferences MIT Engineering faculty publish in, whether the MIT Libraries have access to the proceedings from these conferences, and whether the digital access appears to be vulnerable.

Download the audio file. (14:35 minutes; 10.2MB)

The other episodes in the podcast series are available on the scholarly publication website.

To subscribe to the MIT Libraries’ Podcasts on Scholarly Publishing, paste this link into iTunes or another podcast reader:

http://feeds.rapidfeeds.com/6772/

This is the first series of podcasts created by the Libraries specifically for this format. We encourage and welcome your feedback, which you may direct to copyright-lib@mit.edu.

IAP 2008: All events for week ending Friday, January 25

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Check out all of the MIT Libraries IAP events for this week, from Monday, January 21 through Friday, January 25. A complete listing for all of IAP is also available.

Book Discussion: The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao by Junot Diaz

EndNote Basics

Geographic Information Systems Workshops

Introduction to DOME and Stellar Images

Introduction to R (Statistical Software)

Introduction to Stata (Statistical Software)

Little Tools with Big Impact: Firefox Extensions, Library Betas, Web Apps, and More

MIT TechTV & U

Makin’ Bacon! Sustainable Livestock Farming and You!

Making Your Own Videos for the Web & MIT TechTV

Managing your references: Overview of EndNote, RefWorks and Zotero

Patent Searching Fundamentals

Power Up! 2.0: Energy Industry Information from the MIT Libraries

PowerPoint Reform School

RefWorks Basics

Rotch Library Film Series

SciFinder Scholar – chemical properties and other new features

Where’s YOUR food from? How Your Food Choices Affect Your Community

Where’s the Money? Information Sources for Awarded Research Funding

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IAP 2008: Your MIT

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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MIT is home, school, and work place to a rich and diverse community of students, faculty and staff. Each member of this community sees MIT through their own unique lens. “YourMIT” is a compilation of photos and video clips, contributed by the community, that reflect the diversity of experience and the tapestry that is MIT. Please join us by sending in your photos and videos and then for the premier viewing of “YourMIT”. We will also discuss how this program can evolve throughout the year to reflect the changing seasons of the academic year.

WHEN: Friday, February 1, 2 -3 pm

WHERE: 9-057, LiNC Room

See http://web.mit.edu/techtv/yourmit/ for more information. Contact Kris Brewer with any questions.

Cosponsored by Academic Media Production Services.

IAP 2008: Coffee + Chocolate + Fair Trade = Delicious!

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Can we really shop our way to a better world? Sure, a Prius is easier on the Earth than a big SUV, but isn’t over-consumption itself part of the problem? Isn’t offering solutions that involve buying yet more stuff somehow delusional and counter-productive?

Rodney North – an MIT neighbor and “The Answer Man” for Equal Exchange, an organic, Fair Trade food company – will lead a debate/free-for-all discussion about the growing popularity of green and socially responsible products and the pros & cons of how this trend influences our thinking about what is needed to create a sustainable, just society.

Audience participation is encouraged, and Equal Exchange will provide free organic, Fair Trade snacks and dark chocolate for you to gorge on while you rail against the evils of consumerism.

WHEN: Friday, February 1, 2 – 3 pm

WHERE: 4-237

Contact Ryan Gray with any questions. See http://www.equalexchange.coop for further information.

IAP 2008: Career Research: Targeting and Researching Employers

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Looking for prospective employers? Preparing for a job interview?

MIT Libraries can help!

First, we’ll learn how to target potential employers– established companies, start-up firms, and socially responsible corporations– by field of interest and by location. Then, we’ll use MIT Libraries’ resources to research potential employers and uncover information that can aid your career decisions and your interview preparations. This will be a hands-on workshop. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop if possible, as seating space exceeds the number of available PCs.

WHEN: Thursday, January 31, 12 – 1 pm

WHERE: 14N-132 (DIRC)

Enrollment is limited to 30 participants and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact Alex Caracuzzo with any questions.

IAP 2008: Keeping Current: Using RSS Feeds to Stay Ahead in Your Research

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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What’s an RSS feed? How can I use it to keep up with new information in my field? We’ll show you how RSS and other current awareness tools can help you stay up to date!

This will be a hands-on session on Windows PCs. You are also welcome to bring your own laptop.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 30, 4 – 5 pm

WHERE: 14N-132 (DIRC)

Enrollment is limited to 25 participants and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact J. Darcy Duke with any questions.

IAP 2008: Introduction to Regression Using Stata

Posted January 20th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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This hands-on class will provide a comprehensive introduction to estimating the linear regression model using ordinary least squares in Stata. Topics covered include: multiple regression, dummy variables, interaction effects, hypothesis tests, and model diagnostics. In addition, instructors will explain the substantive interpretation of regression outputs. Join Nealia Khan, Statistical Consultant, Harvard-MIT Data Center, for this informative session.

Familiarity with both Stata and the linear regression model is required.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 30, 1 – 3 pm

WHERE: E53-220

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. Contact Katherine McNeill-Harman to sign up or with questions. See http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/subjects/data/training/workshops.html for more information.

IAP 2008: PowerPoint Institute for Advanced Study

Posted January 19th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

powerpointlogo.gifSo you’ve got the basic PowerPoint presentation down pat. Are you ready to go beyond static bullet points? Interested in adding animations and transitions? Want to go behind the scenes and customize the default slide designs — or build your own? Do you crave sound and video? We’ll cover these topics (and more) in a hands-on workshop session. (When you sign up via email, please indicate any other topics you’d like to see covered.)

WHEN: Tuesday, January 29, 2 – 3:30 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Note that this class is limited to 20 participants. Please contact Craig Thomas to sign up or with any questions.

PowerPoint Reform School or experience building presentations required.

IAP 2008: Methods for Large-scale Statistical Computing in the Social, Behavioral & Health Sciences

Posted January 19th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

This course will help researchers performing large or complex statistical analyses to identify and analyze computational problems and thus improve performance, accuracy and reliability. Topics will include: fundamentals of computer arithmetic; computing architecture and performance; statistical benchmarking; principles of performance tuning; timing and profiling statistical codes; large database management; high-performance libraries; and distributed computing approaches.

The course is offered in a one-day mixed format. The morning portion of the class will be devoted to lecture and discussion. During the afternoon, the instructor will be available to offer one-on-one consulting on projects in either the planning or active stages. Please contact the instructor in advance to reserve a specific afternoon consulting time slot.

WHEN: Monday, January 28, 10 am – 1 pm & 1 – 4 pm (Individual consulting)

WHERE: E53-220

Please note that advance sign-up is required and participation is limited to 20 participants. We require prior familiarity with fundamentals of statistical model estimation.

Contact Micah Altman, Senior Research Scientist Institute for Quantitative Social Science, Harvard University, to sign up or with any questions.

IAP 2008: Flavors of Citation Searching

Posted January 19th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Have your ever used the Web of Science to find citations? Have you used Google Scholar? Perhaps you have used citation links in journal articles. This session will explore the different ways you can use citation searching to identify literature on a subject. The concept of citation searching has been around for over 50 years, but it has evolved with the technology. Several methods will be explored including the Web of Science, Journal Citation Reports, Google Scholar, Research Index (CiteSeer), ScienceDirect, PROLA, GeoScienceWorld, and Citation Bridge (US Patents). Come and share your own citation searching methods.

WHEN: Monday, January 28, 2 -3 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Contact Michael M Noga with any questions.

IAP 2008: SciFinder Scholar – Chemical Properties and Other New Features

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Learn about how to find chemical properties and other new exciting features in SciFinder Scholar by attending this hands-on virtual lab! Go to the link below to join the session, or see more information about the training session, including its agenda.

WHEN: Friday, January 25, 10 am – 12 pm

WHERE: Your office! (via WebEx teleconference)

https://casevents.webex.com/casevents/k2/j.php?ED=90618307&UID=528470787

Training session password: mitscholar

Teleconference: Call 866-469-3239 (Tollfree in US/Canada) or 650-429-3300 (US/Canada Direct)

Session Number: 665 905 421

Web: http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/cheatsheets/sci-finder/index.html

Contact Erja Kajosalo with any questions.

IAP 2008: Power Up! 2.0: Energy Industry Information from the MIT Libraries

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Learn how to use MIT Libraries’ databases and the Internet to uncover energy-related industry overviews, market research, and country statistics.

WHEN: Friday, January 25, 1 – 2 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Enrollment is limited to 27 participants and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact Alex Caracuzzo with any questions.

IAP 2008: Introduction to R (Statistical Software)

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

Get an introduction to R, the open-source system for statistical computation and graphics available on Athena. With hands-on exercises, learn how to import and manage datasets, create R objects, and generate figures. Join Ernest Sergenti, Data Fellow, Harvard-MIT Data Center, for this informative session.

No previous experience with R is required.

WHEN: Friday, January 25, 10 am – 12 pm

WHERE: E53-220

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. Contact Katherine McNeill-Harman to sign up or with questions. See http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/subjects/data/training/workshops.html for more information.

IAP 2008: Where’s the Money? Information Sources for Awarded Research Funding

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

money.jpgAre you curious about already-awarded grants in your field of study? Wondering where grant money goes and what for? Want to know what grants NASA, NSF or NIH are funding? This hands-on session will covers the primary web resources of grant funding in the sciences. Attendees will find out what information these resources cover, what data they contain, and how to navigate them. Although this session will not cover how to write a grant, knowing where the money goes will improve your research and grant writing skills.

WHEN: Thursday, January 24, 11 am – 12 pm

WHERE: DIRC, 14N-132

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Contact Courtney Crummett with any questions.

IAP 2008: Makin’ Bacon! Sustainable Livestock Farming and You!

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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This workshop is designed for people interested in economic and environmentally sustainable farming. Chestnut Farms is committed to humanely raising great-tasting meat while strengthening connections to the local community. Former educator and livestock farmer Kim Denney and her husband Rich Jakshtis own and operate a 106-acre farm in Hardwick, MA. They raise grass-fed cattle, pastured pigs, lamb and free-range poultry which are pre-sold to CSA members throughout MA. In this workshop, participants will learn the real scoop on creating, running and nurturing a sustainable livestock farm in the Northeast. Animal selection and care, regulatory issues, marketing for profit and perpetuity as well as the humane care and feeding of CSA members will be addressed.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 1 – 3 pm

WHERE: 32-155

Contact Ryan Gray with any questions.

IAP 2008: Little Tools with Big Impact: Firefox Extensions, Library Betas, Web Apps, and More

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Make the Libraries work where you do! Search the MIT Libraries from your Facebook or Google page. Learn how the LibX library toolbar can speed up your research. Discover resources at your own pace with web tutorials. Increase Firefox capabilities with cool tools, tips, and tricks.

Come hear about some new web tools that may help you work more efficiently. Learn to organize and share your references, and search seamlessly between library resources and other web sites.

We will demo: del.icio.us, Facebook, Zotero, library-relevant Firefox extensions, and more.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 12 – 1 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants on a first-come, first-served basis. Contact Remlee Green to sign up or with questions.

IAP 2008: Introduction to Stata (Statistical Software)

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

StataInterested in learning a statistical analysis software package? Get an introduction to Stata, the software available on Athena and commonly used in many departments across MIT. With hands-on exercises, explore Stata’s many features and learn how to import and manage datasets and do statistical analysis. Join Nealia Khan, Statistical Consultant, Harvard-MIT Data Center, for this informative session.

WHEN: Wednesday, January 23, 10 am – 12 pm

WHERE: E53-220

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. Contact Katherine McNeill-Harman to sign up or with questions. See http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/subjects/data/training/workshops.html for more information.

IAP 2008: Where’s YOUR food from? How Your Food Choices Affect Your Community

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Join the Harvest Co-op and Red Fire Farm to learn about Community Supported Agriculture.

CSA is an arrangement where individuals buy into the farm a the start of the growing season and in exchange receive a share of the farm’s harvest. Receive a weekly share of fresh produce either at the farm or delivered to locations in Greenfield, Springfield, Jamaica Plain, Somerville, Cambridge, or Montague. Shares are distributed each week throughout the season.

Harvest Co-op Markets is a community-owned market with two stores in the greater Boston area. Harvest specializes in organic, natural and wholesome food choices. Harvest sells organic, natural, gourmet and conventional products. Harvest supports sustainable agriculture, certified organic, fair trade, and local and small family farms in our buying practices.

WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 1 – 3 pm

WHERE: 56-114

Contact Ryan Gray with any questions.

IAP 2008: PowerPoint Reform School

Posted January 18th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Sure, most of us can hammer out a few slides in PowerPoint and call it a presentation. But some PowerPoint shows look crisp and professional, while others look like amateur hour. What are the telltale signs of a not-ready-for-prime-time presentation — and how can you fix them? In this hands-on session, we’ll haul a delinquent presentation before the bar of PowerPoint justice, enumerate its crimes, and rehabilitate it. We’ll use PowerPoint 2003. (Note: This session is not for PowerPoint beginners.)

WHEN: Tuesday, January 22, 2 – 3 pm

WHERE: DIRC, 14N-132

Prerequisite: Experience creating PPT shows (preferably in PP 2003)

Enrollment is limited to 20 participants; advance sign-up required. Contact Craig Thomas to sign up or with questions.

Special MLK Holiday Bookmobile – Friday Jan. 18th

Posted January 17th, 2008 by mit-admin

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Come see, and check out, highlights from The Humanities Library‘s book and DVD collections, and The Lewis Music Library‘s music collections, with a special focus on the African American experience.

Details:

  • Date: Friday January 18th, 2008
  • Time: 10:30AM – 2:30PM
  • Where: Lobby 10
  • Cost: FREE!!!

Details of Revised NIH Public Access Policy Published

Posted January 15th, 2008 by Ellen Duranceau

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The National Institutes of Health (NIH), as previously reported, was directed by new legislation to mandate open access to all peer-reviewed journal articles published as a result of NIH grant funds, through PubMed Central, the digital archive of biomedical and life sciences journal literature. NIH has now revised its home page, FAQ, and Public Access Policy, describing the new mandatory submission process.

Details that may be of interest to the MIT community:

  • Timing: The policy applies to all peer-reviewed articles that are accepted for publication on or after April 7, 2008.
  • Publisher Agreements and Copyright: From the FAQ: “Authors should work with the publisher before any rights are transferred to ensure that all conditions of the NIH Public Access Policy can be met. Authors should avoid signing any agreements with publishers that do not allow the author to comply with the NIH Public Access Policy.”
  • Amending Agreements: Authors should be aware that if a journal presents them with a copyright transfer agreement, they need not use the form as presented. They should attach a revision to the transfer agreement that makes the contract compliant with NIH requirements. MIT offers authors such an amendment to publisher agreements whose language allows MIT authors to comply with the new NIH policy. Authors simply indicate that the agreement is subject to the amendment, and sign and attach the amendment.
  • While NIH suggests some possible language that can be used to modify a publisher’s agreement, this language is provided simply as an example. Use of either the MIT amendment or one of the other addendum options included in the drop-down list on the MIT amendment page offers a complete, convenient, and sound means of complying with the policy.
  • The new policy does not change the author’s copyrights’ status. The author can still “assign [copyrights] to journals, subject to the limited right that must be retained…to post the works in accordance with the Policy” in PubMed Central.
  • Submitting to PubMed Central: Submitting to PMC is required even if you publish in an open access journal, or if the article is freely accessible on the publisher’s website. Principal Investigators (PIs) and authors can check a list of participating journals that will submit manuscripts to PubMedCentral on their behalf, and should not accept publishers promises to submit if the journal title is not on this list. If a title is not on the list, the author should be sure to reserve the rights to deposit directly. In all cases, authors should retain a copy of their final peer-reviewed manuscript and all supplemental material. Even if a journal is on the list, authors will need to review the article as submitted by the journal to PubMed Central, and sign off on its accuracy and completeness. This will be required before a PubMed Central reference number is issued, and that number will be needed for progress reports and applications.
  • PubMedCentral Reference Numbers: Authors and PIs should be begin collecting PubMedCentral reference numbers as well as NIH Manuscript Submission System reference numbers as proof of deposit, as these will be required for all future progress reports, and grant applications.
  • Publication Costs: NIH will allow PIs to pay open access publication costs from grant funds, though NIH is not budgeting additional funds for this purpose.

For further information about the new NIH policy, or using the MIT amendment, please consult the Scholarly Publication website, or contact copyright-lib@mit.edu.

Improvements Made to BookPage Service

Posted January 15th, 2008 by Heather Denny

BookpageThe MIT Libraries’ BookPage service now allows members of the MIT and Harvard borrowing communities to request materials for retrieval at any library on campus, including an item’s home library. Only materials on four-week loan can be delivered through this service. Most books fall into this category — most journals do not. Items available for loan will be delivered in 1 business day if located at the requested library, within 2 business days if from another campus library. Requests are limited to 6 per day. An item will remain on hold at the requested library for a period of no more than 7 days, and you will be notified via email when your request has arrived.

Contact the individual library for details.

Rotch Library IAP Film Series continues…

Posted January 14th, 2008 by mit-admin

The Rotch Library is proud to present the IAP Film Series, held on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays throughout the month of January. The week of January 14 is Urban Week!

Films will be shown in the Rotch Library Conference Room (enter through 7-238) starting at 11:30AM and ending no later than 2PM. The schedule for the upcoming week will be:

Monday, January 14

  • Drowned Out / Franny Armstrong
  • Lost City of New Orleans / a BBC/Discovery Channel co-production

Wednesday, January 16

  • Cities / directed and produced by David Springbett, Heather MacAndrew
  • Subdivide and conquer : a modern western / Red Oak Films

Friday, January 18

  • Farmingville / a film by Carlos Sandoval and Catherine Tambini
  • Designing a great neighborhood : behind the scenes at Holiday / produced by the Sustainable Futures Society

The week of January 21 is Potluck Week! More films from Rotch on a variety of topics.

Please forward this information to interested parties! If you have any questions, please contact Heather McCann at (617) 253-7098 / hmccann@mit.edu OR Jennifer Friedman (617) 258-5595 / jrfried@mit.edu.

Thank you very much and we hope to see you!

IAP 2008: SciFinder Scholar – Chemical Reaction Searching

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Learn about chemical reaction searching in SciFinder Scholar by attending this hands-on virtual lab! To attend this WebEx session with CAS trainer, go to the link below for more information about the training session, including its agenda, or to join the session.

WHEN: Friday, January 18, 10 am – 12 pm

WHERE: Your office! (via WebEx teleconference)

https://casevents.webex.com/casevents/k2/j.php?ED=90618292&UID=528470012

Training session password: mitscholar

Teleconference: Call 866-469-3239 (Tollfree in US/Canada) or 650-429-3300 (US/Canada Direct)

Session Number: 661 033 867

Web: http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/cheatsheets/sci-finder/index.html

Contact Erja Kajosalo with any questions.

IAP 2008: Publishing Smart: A Hands-on Workshop on Journal Quality Measures and Publisher Copyright Policies

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

Geared for graduate students, addresses what copyright means to you as an author, how you can assess a publisher’s copyright policies, and how you can use web-based tools that assess journal quality. Open access publishing models and the use of the MIT amendment to alter standard publisher agreements will also be discussed.

WHEN: Friday, January 18, 2 – 3 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Contact copyright-lib@mit.edu with any questions.

IAP 2008: Bioinformatics for Beginners

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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The National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Entrez family of databases is the foundation of knowledge for molecular level bioscience research. Class attendees will learn about the organization of key NCBI databases, understand the database record structure, and work with the BLAST search tool. The session is a hands-on practicum and an excellent starting point for people who are new to, or curious about bioinformatics research tools.

WHEN: Thursday, January 10, 4 – 5 pm
Friday, January 18, 12:30 – 1:30 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 20 participants.

Contact Amy Stout with any questions.

IAP 2008: BIOBASE ExPlain Training

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

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Scientists from BIOBASE will do training on these bioinformatics databases that include Proteome, TransFac, TransPath, and ExPlain, with focus on the new database ExPlain and updates on new features for all of them. The MIT Libraries subscribes to these, and you will find them on VERA. There will be a 2 hour training session plus hands-on time to work on your own research if you wish.

WHEN: Thursday, January 17, 1 – 3 pm

WHERE: 14N-132, DIRC

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 30 participants.

Contact Louisa Worthington Rogers with any questions.

IAP 2008: MIT TechTV & U

Posted January 13th, 2008 by Ryan Gray

1001 uses of MIT TechTV in support of education, research, activities, and outreach!

MIT TechTV is MIT’s free video posting and hosting service, specializing in science, engineering, and MIT-related videos. Any member of the MIT Community can use MIT TechTV to post video content for the world to see. In this seminar, you’ll learn how you can use MIT TechTV to accomplish your goals and support your group whether its a class, lab, student organization, sport team, or department.TechTV logo

WHEN: Friday, January 11 am – 12 pm
Thursday, January 17, 12 – 1 pm
Wednesday, January 23, 1 – 2 pm
Tuesday, January 29, 2 – 3 pm

WHERE: 9-151, Ford Room

Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis and is limited to 20 participants.

Questions and suggestions are welcomed and encouraged. See http://techtv.mit.edu/ for more information. Contact Kris Brewer with any questions.

Cosponsored by Academic Media Production Services