3D Printing is being quickly adopted in health sciences and healthcare for both educational, research, and clinical purposes. In this workshop you will learn where to find and download 3D model files online and learn the steps to take to ensure that the file can actually be printed including scaling and checking for non-manifold geometry issues. This workshop will also provide an introduction on how to operate the Makerbot Replicator 2X and Afinia H480 3D Printers which can be used at the HS/HSL Innovation Space.
Get organized and avoid a “data disaster”! This workshop provides basic strategies and best practices for effectively managing research data to ensure its organization and accessibility. Topics covered include: funder and journal requirements for data management and sharing, standards for file naming and structure, resources for data management planning and sharing, and strategies for storing data during research and preserving it for the future.
Monday - November 06, 2017
01:00 PM - 02:00 PM
Pharmacy Hall N106
This workshop provides an overview of the systematic review process. Find out what you should know before starting, important steps for conducting a review and resources to help you throughout the process, including the HS/HSL Systematic Review Service.
RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that can save you time and ease your workload. In this online workshop you will learn how to organize references, build bibliographies and insert citations in your papers as you write. RefWorks is free to all UMB faculty, students and staff.
Registrants will receive information about how to join the online session. Space is limited so register now!
In this workshop you will be introduced 3D modeling. You will learn where to find existing models and how to create a model from scratch. We will measure a small physical object and model it using Tinkercad.com, a free 3D modeling web service. No prior experience or tools are necessary.
This workshop provides a hands-on introduction to 3D modeling bone segmentation from a CT scan and preparing the model for 3D printing. The anonymized data and software used in the workshop are all freely available online. Participants will also tour the library's 3D printers in the Innovation Space. No prior experience is necessary.