Medical Librarian Month eventsPosted: November 20, 2018
October was National Medical Librarian Month. National Medical Librarian Month highlights the invaluable skills and contributions that health sciences librarians provide to the A.T. Still University (ATSU) community, as other medical librarians do to the wider community. We help students succeed in their educational activities by providing a wide variety of online resources, from eBooks and academic articles, to apps, images, and videos. We help teach students valuable information gathering skills such as literature searching or analyzing references to ensure quality. Your ATSU librarians can help you find reliable, trustworthy health information.
The library also offers a number of unique services such as 3D printing and data services. Data management planning is a requirement for most research grants and academic journals. Turn to the information professionals for assistance writing your data management plan, organizing your data, and make your data discoverable with proper metadata.
To celebrate this month, the library held two contests for students.
The first was guess the candy jar. Whomever guessed the correct amount or come closest was the winner.
The second was a virtual scavenger hunt on the library’s website. The first 25 students on each campus to find the copy of the snack coupon got a free study snack.
by Adrienne Brodie, MLS, liaison librarian for ATSU-ASHS & ATSU-SOMA