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Information Literacy Instruction
Please use the below links to request information literacy instruction for your students through an in-person session, a customized research guide, or video.
Sample topics include: Advanced PubMed Searching; Developing a PICO Question; Getting Started with Systematic Reviews
In the Classroom
The Medical Librarians are happy to provide library instruction sessions where there is a need for medical information literacy or in-depth research assistance.
Online Research Guides
Librarians are available to develop research guides specific to an entire course, a single course session, or a clinical rotation.
The librarians can create library instructional videos specific for your instructional needs. These customized videos can be uploaded as part of an assignment for your students.
Curriculum and Instructional Support (CIS)
With our mission of Engaging Learning, the Office of Curriculum and Instructional Support (CIS) is leading the way in supporting development, design, and delivery of curriculum. We are at the vanguard of teaching, learning, and demonstration of learning, aligning to the university’s focus on nurturing student success.
Instructors may place print books on course reserve in support of classroom instruction. All requests for course reserves are handled by the CMU Libraries' Course Reserves and Copyright Services office. Contact Laurie Bellinger at 989.774.3825 or email@example.com.
Articles, eBooks, and eBook Chapters
Please contact Rebecca Renirie at 989.774.6080 or firstname.lastname@example.org for help getting a link to your resources that will work from off campus.
To link electronic reserves (articles, book chapters, etc.) online, use the proxy header in front of your link: http://cmich.idm.oclc.org/login?url=