Library Instruction

The goal of Library instruction is to enable all users to independently find, evaluate, and effectively use information to solve problems and create knowledge. Information literacy skills are essential to the lifelong learning required of all health care professionals.

Library staff members welcome the opportunity to collaborate with faculty on integrating information literacy into the curriculum, focusing on creating meaningful assignments that require the use of library electronic resources. Library staff will identify appropriate resources, design online exercises, and/or present hands-on workshops or resource sessions. Faculty members are invited to call or visit the Library to discuss training opportunities.

Sample Workshop Topics

  • Clinical Information Resources @ Point-of-Care
  • Effective Database Searching (PubMED, PsycINFO, etc.)
  • Finding Evidence
  • Integrative Medicine
  • Introduction to the Digital Library
  • RefWorks Research Management
  • Pharmacy Resources
  • Psychology Resources

Online Tutorials
See the Tutorials page.

Related Links
AACOM Collaborative Roles in Promoting Lifelong Learning
Accreditation Standards for Physician Assistant Education

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Current Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2014
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Authoritative, evidence-based coverage of more than 1,000 diseases and disorders, along with a concise synopsis of diagnosis and treatment. Great help.
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