OU Libraries
OU Libraries
Wednesday, Jul 6th, 2022
Kresge Library Building:
Open 7:30am - 11pm
Medical Library Office:
Closed

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Faculty Instruction Opportunities

The Medical Library offers various types of training opportunities to meet faculty’s teaching and learning needs.

Current offerings are listed on the News page.

Information Mastery Program with Continuing Medical Education Credit

As an offering through the Center for Excellence in Medical Education, the Medical Library frequently offers a six-part series on Information Mastery for our clinical faculty at Beaumont Hospital Royal Oak and Beaumont Hospital Troy. Each session in the series is approved for 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s) and faculty may receive Meaningful Participation Credits toward their faculty appointments for attending a session. For access to the CME Portal and other CME information, please visit the Beaumont CME Page.

Training Opportunities for Faculty Development

The Medical Library develops and offers formal (e.g., workshops, presentations) and informal training sessions (e.g., brown bag series) to develop faculty and meet their needs in teaching and research. When offered, these sessions introduce and promote teaching and research resources, tools, and information technologies, to enhance faculty’s information seeking skills and facilitate their use of these resources. These faculty development opportunities support faculty’s pursuits in teaching, research, and professional development.

Virtual Coffee Hour with a Librarian Series

As a remote alternative to the regular training sessions, the Medical Library hosts a series of virtual chats via Zoom o showcase or demonstrate resources and tools that faculty can use to aid their current teaching and research endeavors.

Individualized Training Sessions

The Medical Library creates and offers individualized or on-demand training sessions at the point of need. These in-person or online one-on-one training or orientation sessions cover a wide array of topics including but not limited to teaching or research resources selection, literature search, reference management tools, systematic review methodology design, use of Covidence, manuscript preparation, scholarly journal selection, and open access publication.

OUWB Medical Library, Oakland University | 100 Library Drive, Rochester, Michigan 48309 | (248) 370-3772
Hours | Location | Comments |

Kresge Library Building: Open 7:30am - 11pm
OU ID needed midnight - 7am
Medical Library Office: Closed

Hours | Location