Library of Available Courses
Learn about all kinds of subjects related to laboratories and informatics with these courses. You'll find a mix of courses put together by users of the site as well as site administrators, typically featuring original content. You'll also find a few select open-access courses created by universities and non-profits, imported into our library manually.
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This brief course provides useful information on how to create and edit course content on LabCourses.com, which provides a learning managementRead more.
This 2009 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course presents construction of sampling frames, area sampling, methods of estimation, stratified sampling, subsampling, and sampling methods forRead more.
This 2009 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course is the second half of a course providing a broad overview of biostatistical methods and concepts usedRead more.
This 2009 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course is the first half of a course providing a broad overview of biostatistical methods and concepts usedRead more.
This 2006 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course is the second half of a course presenting fundamental concepts in applied probability, exploratory data analysis, and statisticalRead more.
This 2006 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course is the first half of a course presenting fundamental concepts in applied probability, exploratory data analysis, and statisticalRead more.
This second of two 2006 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate courses: introduces the basic concepts and methods of statistics with applications inRead more.
This 2006 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course: introduces the basic concepts and methods of statistics with applications in the experimental biological sciences. demonstratesRead more.
This LII course uses a variety of strategies and resources to assist learners with their desire to become more familiarRead more.
This LIMSwiki-based course provides an introduction to MediaWiki software. The emphasis is on how to quickly learn the editing and formatting tools —Read more.
This 2008 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course follows in the footsteps of “Fundamentals of Epidemiology I”, continuing to examine the basic concepts ofRead more.
This 2008 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course examines the basic concepts of epidemiology and biostatistics as applied to public health problems. Emphasis is placedRead more.
This 2006 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course focuses on ethical theory and current ethical issues in public health and health policy, including resourceRead more.
This 2005 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course examines the historical experience of health and illness from a population perspective. This material seeks toRead more.
This 2009 Open.Michigan graduate course examines the ways in which new information technologies challenge organizations’ capacities to define, identify, control, manage, andRead more.
This 2009 Open.Michigan graduate course presents cornerstone terminology, concepts, and practices used in records management and archival administration. It also examinesRead more.
This 2006 Utah State University OpenCourseWare graduate course explores the fundamental limits of the representation and transmission of information. It focuses onRead more.
This 2008 MIT OpenCourseWare course provides guidance on the ultimate limits to communication and computation, with an emphasis on the physical natureRead more.
This 2006 MIT OpenCourseWare course provides guidance on the scientific publishing cycle, finding and evaluating information, citing sources, and other aspects ofRead more.
This 2010 HIBBs course module provides an overview of information retrieval (IR) as applied to knowledge‐based resources in the biomedical and healthRead more.
This 2011 JHSPH OpenCourseWare graduate course provides health professionals with an understanding of the existing health information technology (HIT) standards and HIT standardizationRead more.
This 2008 MIT OpenCourseWare course provides guidance on tackling and solving problems in innovation for global health practice through the rationale designRead more.
This 2011–2012 MIT OpenCourseWare course provides guidance on the development of information system innovations for developing countries that will: * translate into improvementRead more.
This course provides an introduction to laboratory informatics in the clinical sphere, sometimes referred to as clinical informatics. The emphasis of this courseRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introductory look at what to consider when implementing an electronic medical record (EMR). Specifically, theRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introductory look at the applied field of medical informatics, which arguably is an earlyRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introductory look at electronic medical records (EMRs). It was designed for students requiring an introductionRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introduction to the concepts and methods of routine health information systems. Specifically, the module will allowRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introductory look at health informatics technologies. Specifically, the module will allow users who complete itRead more.
This 2011 HIBBs course module provides an introductory look at bioinformatics. Specifically, the module will allow users who complete it to: understandRead more.
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Write and design a course overview describing the content of your new LabCourse.
Add Lessons to a Course
Lessons group related course information like chapters in a book. You can choose to put the bulk of your content into a lesson. For lessons with significant amounts of content, optionally use the lesson to provide an overview, and then add your main content to related topics.
Add Topics to a Lesson
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Add knowledge checks to help users apply what they've learned. Quizzes can be attached to both lessons and topics. Questions are attached directly to quizzes.
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Edit and Manage Your LabCourses
This is where you can easily keep track of all the course-related material you've created in one location. Easily view and edit the courses, lessons, topics, quizzes, and questions you've created. Use the drop-down boxes under each table to filter the contents further.