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Epidemiology and Biostatistics: Polling

Resources for students and faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics of the Arnold School of Public Health.

Question 1

What is your experience with PubMed?

Question 1
What's PubMed?: 8 votes (9.41%)
Rarey use: 17 votes (20%)
Use but frequently don't find what I am looking for: 19 votes (22.35%)
Pretty proficient: 34 votes (40%)
Expert searcher: 5 votes (5.88%)
I should be teaching this class: 2 votes (2.35%)
Total Votes: 85

Question 2

The hardest part of library research is...

Question 2
Developing a research question: 14 votes (17.07%)
Identifying keywords: 8 votes (9.76%)
Locating relevant articles: 23 votes (28.05%)
Organizing the materials: 13 votes (15.85%)
Paraphrasing and integrating the results: 17 votes (20.73%)
Citing the sources: 7 votes (8.54%)
Total Votes: 82

Thank you!

Question 3

Do you use Web of Science?

Question 3
Never: 55 votes (63.95%)
On rare occassion: 26 votes (30.23%)
Frequently: 5 votes (5.81%)
Every day: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 86

Question 4

Do you use/ or plan to use...

Question 4
EndNote: 26 votes (31.33%)
Zotero: 6 votes (7.23%)
Mendeley: 12 votes (14.46%)
Other software: 28 votes (33.73%)
No plans to use bibliographic software: 11 votes (13.25%)
Total Votes: 83