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Organizing Your Research (and Your Life) with Evernote
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Get off to a productive start for the new academic year by joining us at the Biomedical Library to learn how to use Evernote to organize your research and your life! This free software is available for PC and Mac. Plus, with a web interface and apps for all major mobile devices, you can access your information wherever you are. We'll help you get started with organizing your research, class and meeting notes, or pretty much any kind of information you want to save. This session will cover:
- creating and accessing documents from the desktop program, web interface, and mobile apps;
- organizing your information with tags and notebooks;
- converting your written notes or lab notebooks into digitized, searchable documents;
- using the Web Clipper to save information from websites;
- sharing documents with others (even if they don't have an Evernote account).
Taught by Lisa Federer, Research Informationist at the UCLA Biomedical Library. Class meets in UCLA Biomedical Library Classroom, September 25, 2013, 12-1 pm. Please RSVP to reserve your space. Choose from one of three options for attending:
- in person and use a library laptop
- in person and bring your own laptop (must install Evernote software before workshop)
- from anywhere via Elluminate webinar (must have web browser with updated Java and phone line to dial in for audio)
This workshop is the part of the Biomedical Library's Data Wednesdays series. Join us the fourth Wednesday of every month to learn about a topic related to research data management.
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When & Where
UCLA Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library
The mission of the Louise Darling Biomedical Library staff is to provide access to and delivery of information resources. The primary focus of its services and collections is to support the health and life sciences research, educational, and patient-care responsibilities of UCLA faculty, students, and staff.