HINARI Training Material Overview
HINARI Training Material
• HINARI website training subpage
– available at
http://www.who.int/hinari/training/en/
– quarterly updated training material
online
• All the material can be downloaded from
the training page – either PowerPoint
presentations or Word documents
Note: we encourage you to modify any of the
material to fit your local training needs
To replace ‘screen captures’:
– display the screen you want
– click on the ‘print screen’ key
– open 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 document
Note: you can delete the ‘paint’ program step
and paste the screen capture directly into your
document.
Additional access is from a
Training Materials link on the
HINARI Access the content page.
HINARI ‘Short Course’
• 3-4 hour course
• PowerPoint presentation for
training
• Accompany Word document with
exercises
Short Course - Table of Contents
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Background and Do’s and Don’ts
Searching Strategies & Boolean Operators
Sign In Procedures
HINARI Website Features
Participating Publishers’ Websites Features
PubMed Searching from HINARI
– Overview of PubMed Website
– Limits
– My NCBI
Short Course - Example of Exercises
Background and Do’s and Don’ts – True/False Answers
• Users can download or print 50% of the articles from a journal issue.
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• Faculty and staff can be given the institutional ID and password.
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• Students can be given the institutional ID and password.
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• Institutional users can access HINARI while outside the country.
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• HINARI articles can be used for instructional course reserve.
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• HINARI articles can be distributed to other institutions or
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This 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.
All 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.
HINARI DO’s and DON’Ts
• PowerPoint presentation for training
• Word version for distribution to users
HINARI DO’s - Example
• Material owned by the Publishers made
available through HINARI can be used by
Authorized Users or Walk-in Users
• An Authorized User: an institution’s or
government department’s employee,
permanent or visiting faculty, or student
• Walk-in User: anyone who comes to the
Institution’s premises and is permitted by
the Institution to access services there
Write the NameHINARI USAGE POLICY
Institution: _______________
Institutional ID: ___________
Password: ______________
HINARI DO’s
•Material owned by the Publishers made available through HINARI can be used by Authorized Users or Walk-in Users
•An Authorized User is an institution’s or government department’s employee, permanent or visiting faculty, or student
•Walk-in User are anyone who comes to the Institution’s premises and is permitted by the Institution to access services there
•Institution may supply printed or digital materials (documents) only to the institution’s employees, faculty members, students or
another Authorized User
•Remote access is permissible but limited to computers owned personally by employees or by institution
•Publisher’s material may be placed in electronic reserves for students to access in specified education courses (delete after the
end of the course)
•Course Packs: professors/lecturers may make copies in print or digital form of the Publisher’s Material for use by students
HINARI DON’Ts
•Do not put the ID and password on the Institution’s website; a link to the initial page of HINARI or information about the program
is 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 country
•Downloading 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 a
profit from the Publisher’s Material
•Document supply: cannot distribute documents obtained through HINARI to any other individuals /organizations outside the
Institution
• Uploading: cannot upload/post the material to a publicly available website or elsewhere
•Content and Software: cannot modify, adapt, transform or create any derivative work from the publisher’s material, software or
•hosting agent or tamper with the access software
SIGNATURE:___________________________________
DATE:_____________PRINT NAME:___________________________________
For copy of this document, see HINARI_Usage_Policy_Template...doc
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HINARI – The Basics
• Summarizes the key components of
HINARI in outline format
• 2 page Word Document
Problem Solving Tools
• HINARI Access Problems and Solutions
PowerPoint Presentation
• HINARI Printing, Copying, Saving and
Emailing Articles Problems and Solutions
PowerPoint Presentation
• HINARI Payments The Basics PowerPoint
Presentation
Other Brief Training Tools
• HINARI Overview for Registered
Institutions
• HINARI Overview + AGORA + OARE for
visitors from eligible countries
• 10 Top Hints for HINARI Use PowerPoint
• Frequently Asked Questions PowerPoint
HINARI Training Material Appendix
overview of other resources for the
developing country environment
• PubMed Tutorial and Quick Tours
• I-Mark Information Management Resource
Kit - FAO
• INASP Training Activities and Materials
• AuthorAID – Suppporting Developing
Country Researchers in Publishing Their
Work.
• Authorship Skills Web-bibliography
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.
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The next 4 slides discuss IMARK, a set of self-paced elearning 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.
This slide is an overview of how each
Resource Kit is constructed and used.
Log in is required but is free.
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This module would be of particular interest
to HINARI users as it discusses Digital
Libraries, Repositories and Documents.
Users can obtain free CD-ROM
versions of all the modules from FAO.
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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 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.
Note the topics listed on the Publishing
Workshops page – that would compliment
the HINARI Authorship Skills Modules.
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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.
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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.
Authorship Skills Webbibliography
 Contains annotated links to 30+ WWW based/ full-text
information on how to:
 Conduct ethical research
 Write a scientific paper
 Write a structured abstract
 Prepare manuscripts for submission
 Write footnotes and bibliographies
 Avoid plagiarism
 http://www.who.int/hinari/training/authorshipskills/
en/index.html
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