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Commonly asked questions from Health Sciences Library users.

Can a librarian come teach in my class?

Librarians are available to teach database searching, citation management, information literacy, and research impact skills to students. We can come to your classroom, or you can contact us to reserve a computer lab in the HSL Commons (seating for 12-40 students).

Please find your liaison and contact information at to schedule a class.

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