Instruction

The Health Sciences Library offers opportunities for groups, departments, or classes to learn to effectively and efficiently use information resources important for research, teaching and patient care. Please contact your liaison librarian or use this form to request a group workshop/instructional session tailored to your needs. 

The following are examples of workshop topics that can be offered as a standalone workshop or taught as a guest lecture within a course or seminar. 

  • Searching the literature
  • Advanced PubMed
  • Measuring your scholarly impact 
  • Using citation managers
  • Searching to conduct a systematic or scoping review
  • Introduction to evidence based practice

 

Subject Guides: Self-Directed Learning When You Need It

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HSL librarians have created a variety of subject guides that can assist you and provide an introduction to using resources for your assignment or project. Below is a selection of commonly used guides. 

Your Contact

Stephanie Schulte, MLS

Associate Professor
Assistant Director
Research and Education Services
614.292.4893

Prior Hall 206

Library Liaison for:
College of Medicine