2HINARI Training Material HINARI website training subpageavailable atquarterly updated training material onlineAll the material can be downloaded from the training page – either PowerPoint presentations or Word documentsThe short PowerPoint Presentation is a overview of the HINARI training material. Due to changes of the participants’ websites, the modules updated regularly and posted quarterly on the HINARI Training page. For example, in June 2010, PubMed significantly changed Advanced Search/History and the Clinical Queries web pages. In April 2012, PubMed changed Filters and, in June 2012, HINARI’s interface changed significantly.
3To replace ‘screen captures’: display the screen you want Note: we encourage you to modify any of the material to fit your local training needsTo replace ‘screen captures’:display the screen you wantclick on the ‘print screen’ keyopen the ‘paint’ program and paste the image (control/v) – to open ‘paint’, usually programs, accessories, ‘paint’edit the image (use the ‘select key’ icon to limit content)copy again (control/c) and paste in documentNote: you can delete the ‘paint’ program step and paste the screen capture directly into your document.In order to change a slide, you will need to be able to change the content – often the background screen from the Internet. We have outlined the steps necessary to complete a ‘screen capture’ of an Internet page. This process is simple but invaluable and we suggest that you practice it.
4Additional access is from a Training Materials link on the HINARI Access the content page. To access the HINARI training material, you do NOT need to login to HINARI. While a large majority of the training material pertains to HINARI only, there are a number of modules that could be used in broader training situations - Authorship Skills, WHO Resources, BabelMeSH, Health Information on the Internet, E-Resources and Internet Searching, Information Literacy plus more.
5We have displayed the Training Modules section of the HINARI training page. Modules 1-7 comprise the majority of information used in the extensive ‘train the trainers’ workshops. Module 4 contains 6 different sections on all the facets of HINARI/PubMed including BabelMeSH. Module 7 contains several modules on underutilized or new material available via HINARI (Evidence-based practice resources for HINARI users, E-books available for HINARI users, CINAHL).
6This second display from the HINARI page highlights many of the resources for Brief Training including the Short Course PowerPoint Presentation and, in the ‘Training Tools’ section, HINARI – the basics 2 page Word document and HINARI Access Problems and Solutions PowerPoint presentation. Also note the Authorship Skills section. This last group modules was developed after requests from participants in workshops and can be a separate one-day course.
7HINARI ‘Short Course’ 3-4 hour course PowerPoint presentation for trainingAccompany Word document with exercisesWe will highlight several of the training modules initially starting with the HINARI ‘Short Course’ PowerPoint presentation. This is a valuable resource for training users at your institution. If time is limited for a specific group, you can teach this course in two sessions or condense it further. If at all possible, do the training in a computer training room where the participants can complete the hands on exercises. Remember – you can tailor (edit) each training session to the group’s needs.
8Short Course - Table of Contents Background and Do’s and Don’tsSearching Strategies & Boolean OperatorsSign In ProceduresHINARI Website FeaturesParticipating Publishers’ Websites FeaturesPubMed Searching from HINARIOverview of PubMed WebsiteLimitsMy NCBIThis and the following slide summarize the material in this course and also give an example from the accompanying exercises Word document.
9Short Course - Example of Exercises Background and Do’s and Don’ts – True/False AnswersUsers can download or print 50% of the articles from a journal issue.true___ false___Faculty and staff can be given the institutional ID and password.Students can be given the institutional ID and password.Institutional users can access HINARI while outside the country.HINARI articles can be used for instructional course reserve.HINARI articles can be distributed to other institutions or organizations.
10This is the 1st slide of the distance learning version of the Short Course. It uses the Moodle software (an online course management system) and is accessible from mla.mrooms.org Also available is the HINARI Train the Trainers Course.
11All three R4L Short Courses also are available from the ITOCA website – primarily for those in sub-Saharan Africa. Go to moodle.itoca.org for more information.If you have colleagues that use either the AGORA (agriculture research) or OARE (environmental research) programmes, please tell them about these Short Courses.
12HINARI DO’s and DON’Ts PowerPoint presentation for training Word version for distribution to usersOne of the components of the Short Course is a series of HINARI Do’s and Don’ts slides. This material is important for all users and also should be presented as part of a more extensive course. A specific HINARI Do’s and Don’ts PowerPoint presentation is located in the Brief Training section of the HINARI Training page.
13HINARI DO’s - ExampleMaterial owned by the Publishers made available through HINARI can be used by Authorized Users or Walk-in UsersAn Authorized User: an institution’s or government department’s employee, permanent or visiting faculty, or studentWalk-in User: anyone who comes to the Institution’s premises and is permitted by the Institution to access services thereThis slide is an example of some of the material covered in the HINARI Do’s and Don’ts presentation.
14For copy of this document, see HINARI_Usage_Policy_Template...doc Write the NameHINARI USAGE POLICYInstitution: _______________Institutional ID: ___________Password: ______________HINARI DO’sMaterial owned by the Publishers made available through HINARI can be used by Authorized Users or Walk-in UsersAn Authorized User is an institution’s or government department’s employee, permanent or visiting faculty, or studentWalk-in User are anyone who comes to the Institution’s premises and is permitted by the Institution to access services thereInstitution may supply printed or digital materials (documents) only to the institution’s employees, faculty members, students oranother Authorized UserRemote access is permissible but limited to computers owned personally by employees or by institutionPublisher’s material may be placed in electronic reserves for students to access in specified education courses (delete after theend of the course)Course Packs: professors/lecturers may make copies in print or digital form of the Publisher’s Material for use by studentsHINARI DON’TsDo not put the ID and password on the Institution’s website; a link to the initial page of HINARI or information about the programis acceptable.Do not share or publish the ID and password through public sites on the Internet: Groups, Wikis or Blogs.Do not give the Publisher’s Material or ID/password to other individuals or institutions (if others at your institution are interested,send them to the Library or Director)Do not access HINARI while traveling outside the countryDownloading or printing: users cannot download or print complete journal issues or books (per journal issue or book, 15% limit)Course Packs: professors/lecturers only can recover the cost of producing such course packs from the students; cannot make aprofit from the Publisher’s MaterialDocument supply: cannot distribute documents obtained through HINARI to any other individuals /organizations outside the InstitutionUploading: cannot upload/post the material to a publicly available website or elsewhereContent and Software: cannot modify, adapt, transform or create any derivative work from the publisher’s material, software orhosting agent or tamper with the access softwareSIGNATURE:___________________________________DATE:_____________PRINT NAME:___________________________________For copy of this document, see HINARI_Usage_Policy_Template...docLast updated:
15HINARI – The BasicsSummarizes the key components of HINARI in outline format2 page Word DocumentThis 2 page document is an invaluable tool for staff and users to use when searching for material in HINARI. We suggest having copies of this document close to the computer workstations. This will enable staff and users to refer to the key points as they are working in the HINARI website.
16This slide is part of the initial part of this brief training tool This slide is part of the initial part of this brief training tool. Note that the, for each critical step, there is a summary of how to complete the task plus a reference to more information in a training module.
17Problem Solving ToolsHINARI Access Problems and Solutions PowerPoint PresentationHINARI Printing, Copying, Saving and ing Articles Problems and Solutions PowerPoint PresentationHINARI Payments The Basics PowerPoint PresentationThese presentations have been developed to answer recurring problems. Of particular use is the ‘Access Problems and Solutions’ material as it is a step-by-step review of what to do when a user cannot access a full-text article. At times, there is a mistake by the user while, other times, the problem is caused by a difficulty at HINARI. This is another document that should be printed and placed near the computer workstations.
18Other Brief Training Tools HINARI Overview for Registered InstitutionsHINARI Overview + AGORA + OARE for visitors from eligible countries10 Top Hints for HINARI Use PowerPointFrequently Asked Questions PowerPointIf you are unable to conduct a workshop with hands-on exercises, you could make a presentation to a group of possible users at your institution. We have developed a PowerPoint presentation titled ‘HINARI Overview for Registered Institutions.’ The length of this presentation is minutes but it can be modified to meet shorter time frames. The 2nd document is for trainers from industrialized countries - to make a presentation to visitors from HINARI eligible countries.
19HINARI Training Material Appendix overview of other resources for the developing country environment PubMed Tutorial and Quick ToursI-Mark Information Management Resource Kit - FAOINASP Training Activities and MaterialsAuthorAID – Suppporting Developing Country Researchers in Publishing Their Work.Authorship Skills Web-bibliographyThe additional slides in this Appendix highlight other valuable training resources. All fall under the broad subject of ‘information literacy’ and many apply specifically to the developing and emerging countries environment. These materials will compliment the HINARI training modules.
20We have accessed the PubMed Online Training page We have accessed the PubMed Online Training page. There is a link to an extensive PubMed Tutorial and numerous Quick (animated) Tours on Searching PubMed, Managing Results, MeSH and MY NCBI plus Hot Topics.
21`The next 4 slides discuss IMARK, a set of self-paced e- learning modules on information and knowledge management developed by an international partnership led by FAO. It is a valuable resource to learn about strategies, methodologies and tools for the effective management of information, and it compliments the HINARI training material. The url is listed at the top.IMARK is a Food and Agricultural Organization project in collaboration with over 30 partner and contributing organizations. The material is organized in a series of modules available either online or as CD-ROMs. If you have bandwidth problems, we suggest ordering the CD-ROM versions. Many of the modules have been updated in 2010.
22This slide is an overview of how each Resource Kit is constructed and used. Log in is required but is free.Regarding the needs of information professionals, IMARK covers several major subject areas in agricultural information management. IMARK seeks to provide an interactive self-paced learning environment addressing each area in which information professionals can learn new concepts, approaches and attitudes for effective information management. All of the material is relevant for information professionals in other science disciplines.
23`This module would be of particular interest to HINARI users as it discusses Digital Libraries, Repositories and Documents.Besides the Digital Libraries, Repositories and Documents module, IMARK also has material on Web 2.0 and Social Media for Development, Networking in Support of Development, Building Electronic Communities and Networks and Investing in Information for Development. These topics would be useful for information professionals in health-related disciplines.
24Users can obtain free CD-ROM versions of all the modules from FAO. When completing this order form, make sure you fill in all the Obligatory Fields including your address.
25``We briefly will review the Training Activities and Materials of INASP. This U.K. based ngo has developed numerous information literacy training courses that also would compliment the HINARI training material. The url is listed at the top.This slide lists the training workshop programmes and associated materials available from INASP. Note that most of the INASP workshops and training materials are designed for traveling/participatory workshops and you can use/adapt the material for training at your institution. INASP is the International Network for the Availability of Scientific Publications whose goal is to work with partners to support global research communication through innovation, networking and capacity strengthening, focusing on the needs of developing and emerging countries.
26This slide is a sampling of the material available via the INASP website. The topics range from PC Troubleshooting to Promotion of Information Literacy and Publishing Workshops.We have displayed a portion of the 20+ modules available from INASP. By clicking on a specific module, you will open a page with a description of the course plus links to the downloadable full-text documents. To download documents, you must login after completing the free registration process.
27Note the topics listed on the Publishing Workshops page – that would compliment the HINARI Authorship Skills Modules.`
28``AuthorAID provides networking, mentoring, resources and training for researchers from developing countries. For some options, individuals are required to register but it is free. The url is listed at the top.On the initial AuthorAID page, there are tabs to information About the program, News and Updates, Find Researchers, Training and Events and the Resource Library. Besides the Resource Library, an invaluable feature (Find Researchers) is the ability to link with researchers who will mentor individuals in developing and emerging countries. This includes reviewing papers before they are submitted for publication.
29We have opened the Resource Library We have opened the Resource Library. In English, there are 144 resources listed in the all topics category. Review the various topics listed in the drop down menu. Note: the keyword search engine and also that the resources are available in 7 different languages.`As noted in the text box, this is a partial list of the resources available in English. In December 2010, there were 262 resources with many available in 6 other languages besides English. If you have time, open this website and browse the list in the Resource Library. You will find numerous full-text documents (primarily PowerPoint presentations) that could be of use to you as a trainer.
30Authorship Skills Web-bibliography Contains annotated links to 30+ WWW based/ full-text information on how to:Conduct ethical researchWrite a scientific paperWrite a structured abstractPrepare manuscripts for submissionWrite footnotes and bibliographiesAvoid plagiarismen/index.htmlUpdatedWe note one final resource. This is the HINARI Authorship Skills Web-bibliography. It contains annotated links to sites that contain full-text information on numerous aspects of writing and publishing scientific papers. This Web-bibliography is accessible from the bottom of the HINARI training page.