The Information Management library guide is a subset of the Literature Informatics library guide. This guide lists starting information resources and tools for analysis and critical appraisal of information resources to enhance a scientific inquiry and accelerate scientific discoveries.
Information management is a process supporting scientist's research and learning characterized by identifying information and information sources, gathering, classifying, storing, and processing information (e.g., scholarly publications), evaluating, and critically appraising information and information sources to create scientific knowledge, share, and use scientific information and knowledge. L Tmanova
Adapted from Choo, 1995. Choo, C.W. (2002). Information Management for the Intelligent Organization: The Art of Scanning the Environment (3rd ed.). Medford, NJ: Information Today, Inc.
Data, Information, Evidence, and Knowledge (adapted to Health Informatics and Data Science) - article published by Dammann (2019).
Consultations are conducted using DoD's Commercial Virtual Remote Environment Microsoft Teams. To request consultation on managing citation and information, please submit a request:
This lecture introduces the fundamentals of citation management.
Research Data Management
This lecture introduces a concept of data-driven research, research data management, data management planning for grant proposals, and DoD biomedical research and data policy.
DML Courses - information literacy, scientific communication, and subject-specific instructions and lectures.
Note that due to the pandemic crisis, on-site library courses and lectures are not scheduled. Lectures are conducted using the DoD's Commercial Virtual Remote Environment Microsoft Teams.
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