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Stone Family Center for Health Sciences

The rising Health Science Center in downtown Evansville, a collaboration of the University of Evansville, the University of Southern Indiana and Indiana University, has received a $15 million gift…

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Handling human subjects data responsibly

This panel of researchers in the humanities and social sciences will discuss practical strategies in dealing with human subjects data in their fields. Each will describe the most common issues they…

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Developing HIPAA compliant workflows for ePHI

Do you store or analyze research data containing PHI on IU systems? This session will walk researchers through the additional physical, administrative, and technical safeguards necessary to work with…

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Data Services for Human Subjects Research

These presentations provide an overview and discussion of the research data services offered by the Regenstrief Data Core and the IUPUI FSPH/IUSM Department of Biostatistics. Each speaker will…

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Finding Books in IUCAT

Learn the basics of finding books and ebooks in IUCAT, our online catalog.

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Finding primary sources

Let's look at a couple of ways to discover and access primary sources through the Library website.

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Finding Books in IUCAT

Learn how to find books and ebooks in IUCAT, our online catalog.

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Research Starters in EDS

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CINAHL Basics

Learn the some basic tips for searching in CINAHL.

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Finding scholarly articles

Discover two ways to find scholarly articles through the IU Kokomo library website.

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Dean David Lewis Farewell

A video created by the people of University Library to bid a fond farewell to our Dean as he enters a well deserved retirement.

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