Library faculty are available to do workshops or or class presentations on how to use resources required or recommended for a course (PubMed, UpToDate, Cochrane Collection, Exam Master) as well medical informatics and evidence-based medicine.
If you want to learn the details of using any of our resources, or even the Microsoft Office suite, let us know, and if others are interested we can do a workshop, otherwise we’ll work with you individually.
You can see the recorded versions of Library Workshops for Faculty
Interactive library sessions offer guidance and hands-on experience to students as they move through the various stages of their research.
Library instruction can take a variety of forms, depending on a class's learning needs.
The librarian’s specific role and activities are determined by both the professor and the librarian. Possible forms of librarian involvement include:
Common general topics include:
More specific topics include: