This seminar will introduce you to the many options that are available in the areas of Virtual and Augmented Reality and how they are being used in healthcare training and education. The seminar will cover the basics you need to know to get started, commercial options available and how you can partner with others to design and build a program to meet your needs. If you are a beginner or experienced in the use of these immersive technologies, you will find helpful information you can use.
Interested in social media for promoting your work at Michigan Medicine? Join Ed Bottomley, Social Media Strategist for Michigan Medicine Department of Communication for a session on how to navigate twitter and maximize your presence on social media.
This session will provide a broad explanation of Michigan Medicine's social media strategy, guidance on privacy, how to set up your Twitter bio, and best practices for Twitter. Information on how to set up a Twitter account will be sent in advance.
Many of us haven't had the time to learn the less-obvious features of Word, but as a result, we may be wasting hours of time when composing and formatting a journal article, a book, or doing other professional writing. This workshop will introduce you to several features that will save you time and ensure consistency throughout your document:
Would you like to save time and effort while organizing and managing your academic paperwork? From CVs to scientific writing, this workshop will teach you tips and tricks to make your life a little easier, at least where paperwork is concerned!
This workshop will cover hacks for your:
There is a lot to consider when crafting an online identity as a researcher. In this session, we’ll talk about the different types of online scholarly engagement and review best practices. We will go over some of the specific platforms that scholars use, such as ORCID, LinkedIn, Google Scholar, Scopus Author ID, Research Gate/Academia.edu, and Twitter.
Presented by: Sara M Samuel, Informationist for Hematology, Oncology, Radiation Oncology, Rogel Cancer Center, and Taubman Medical Research Institute