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Health Studies: Library Workshop-Runnerstrom

Library Workshop, on April 18, 2024, in room LB1-220

The web resources to be used for your op-ed assignment are linked below.

1.   Review Assignments: 

The assignments and modules pages in Canvas links to the following:

Op-Ed Assignment Links

Future Assignments

2. Review of the "Library Activity 1: Interlibrary Loan Account Setup" homework assignment in Canvas. See the UW Libraries: Interlibrary Loan & Scanning Services guide for current updates on services (help guide).

3. Review of "Library Activity 2: Background Research Learning Activity" in Canvas. How did this go? See the Books & Encyclopedias page in this guide for a link to the Gale Ebooks resource. (Tutorial: How Do I Search In Gale eBooks?)

  • As you get started with choosing your research topic, it is helpful to do some background research to familiarize yourself to "the lay of the land."
  • Making sense of the scholarly conversation requires some guidance, and scholars have been studying topics for decades.
  • This can activity can help you discover search words you can use in PubMed.
  • As your topic develops/evolves, you may need to repeat this step of looking at background research.

4. Review the "Library Activity 3: PubMed Searching Learning Activity" quiz in Canvas. How did this go?

What questions do you have about PubMed?

Optional Resource Links:

Optional Tutorials:


 

Library Services & Assignments Overview, on March 28, 2024

1. Advice for Spring Quarter 2024:

  • Use our 24/7 chat service for questions. Types of questions could include how to get to the full text of articles, cite in APA format, etc.
  • UWB IT - Laptop and WiFi Hotspot Lending Program
  • You have access to a plethora of immediately available online resources including articles, public web sources, databases, e-videos, e-journals, and e-books.
  • Online Learning Support -- How to Access Library Resources

2. The Health Studies Orientation Guide in pdf and docx formats.

  • Pages 1 through 4 are web addresses and screenshots of the following pages: Campus Library Homepage, Ask a Question, Research Guide for the Health Studies Program, and the UWB Student Guide.
  • Pages 5 & 6 is the “UWB Usernames and Passwords List” that includes many services available with your UW NetID & Password, that your Husky Card is your library card, Canvas information, and more.

3. Review of the "Library Activity 1: Interlibrary Loan Account Setup" homework assignment in Canvas, and due on Friday, March 29. 

4. Review of the "Library Activity 2: Background Research Learning Activity" in Canvas, due on Friday, April 5. See the Books & Encyclopedias page in this guide for a link to the Gale Ebooks resource. 

  • As you get started with choosing your draft inquiry question, it is helpful to do some background research to familiarize yourself to "the lay of the land." 
  • Making sense of the scholarly conversation requires some guidance, and scholars have been studying topics for decades.
  • This can activity can help you discover search words you can use in PubMed
  • As your topic develops/evolves, you may need to repeat this step of looking at background research.

5. Review the "Library Activity 3: PubMed Searching Learning Activity" quiz in Canvas, due on Friday, April 12. 

 

What questions do you have?