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- Reference management with EndNote
- PhD course part 1
- PhD course part 2
- Literature search with PubMed and Cochrane Library
- MS Word - Compact course for doctoral students
- Designing posters, giving lectures: Tips & tricks for presentations
Please note: The course language is usually German; please use our Book a Librarian offer instead.
Book a Librarian
Via the Book a Librarian page you can arrange individual consultation appointments of about 30 minutes each on various topics, e.g. on reference management and research.
FIT for medical students (in German): The online tutorial FIT for medical students offers the opportunity to learn basic skills for efficient literature and information search and information management. Furthermore, you will learn what it means to work scientifically. The online tutorial is divided into two parts. Part 1 contains basic information on how to use the library and how to do a search with a bibliography or by topic.
Part 2 (currently in progress) deals with research in different databases in detail.
On SciTec@MedMa (via Moodle login) there are mainly self-study tutorials (in German) of the library and the Department of Medical Statistics on biomedical literature and data search and on SAS, EndNote, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
The annotated eLearning database medicine (KELDAmed) contains free eLearning resources and a virtual handset for the students of the Medical Faculty Mannheim.
Please note: The eLearning department (in German) of the faculty is responsible for the learning platform Moodle and supports teachers and responsible persons with regard to the conception of the offer and the design of the learning media.
Coffee Lectures (in German) take place twice a year, in spring and autumn, on several dates. After lunch you will be given a short overview of about 15 minutes of interesting topics related to the library services.
Please note: The coffee lectures are usually held in German; if necessary, please ask for English language offers.
Shorter inquiries of all kinds are usually answered by e-mail, telephone or directly at the information desk in the entrance area. A lot of important information can also be found on our website, in the virtual tour or in the information for ... -area they are prepared in compressed form.
During home visits (in German) we answer your questions about library services, research, reference management, etc. on site.
Please note: On-site advice is usually provided in German. Please ask for English language consultations, see Contact.
AMBOSS (in German) is licensed as a comprehensive cross program including learning cards for exam preparation for all semesters.
Please note: Our library has no licence for the English part of the platform.