Students are more likely to use the library and it's resources if encouraged by faculty. There are many library related tutorials and pages that can easily be added to course content.
Some key websites to consider adding:
Each program has a specialize program page. It pulls together library resources related to their discipline. It also provides a quick and easy way to access textbooks provided by the library.
Literature searching is not conducted for students. This is a skill students need to learn and practice while in school. Librarians do offer assistance and guidance for students on literature searching.
Students are taught how to:
There is a large Exam Prep collection relating to PANCE/PANRA, NPTE, NBCOT, plus subject specific review books. Students can use these as an additional study tool. We provide access to two different interactive platforms with large question banks, case file collections for real life scenarios, clerkship related eBooks, or topic specific eBooks.
Access issues can occur with library resources due to the size of our collection and the various resources we use. For help, you can email your Liaison Librarian at email@example.com or the Electronic Resource Librarian Lora Hanson at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can not access the full text of an eBook, please let us know. The book may have been removed from our collection by mistake, or it should be a platform issue.
Article full text
If you can not access the full text of an article, send an email to email@example.com. You will either receive the full text or the article will be requested on your behalf.
You may also use the Report a Broken Link option in Still OneSearch. This will notify the library and the full text will be sent to you ASAP.
Common issues and fixes
Access to the UpToDate app stops working.
If you are off campus, start at the ATSU portal and go to the library website.
2. Click on our Database page
3. Under Popular & Core Databases, click on UpToDate
Technical issues are reported through the Resource Status twitter page, found on the Library Homepage.
The Library may not be able to purchase a title as an eBook for the distance students to use. We are able to scan 1 or 2 chapters to send via email for them to use, while waiting for their textbook to arrive. Students may also look for a copy of the textbook from local libraries.
Find books from your local library through WorldCat
WorldCat connects you to the collections and services of more than 10,000 libraries worldwide. You may use this site to search for titles and see if there are local libraries with access to the book.
To begin, start at WorldCat.org
Need assistance using WorldCat? Contact your liaison librarian at firstname.lastname@example.org