Customized DVM Curriculum Services
Are there areas of D.V.M. courses in which students could benefit from a guide or bibliography of materials on a clinical topic or specialty? Could students profit from a refresher on how to search for materials in a particular subject area?
To arrange for training classes, other instruction, or individual assistance, simply call for Reference Services at 607-253-3510 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Reference Librarian is enthusiastic about
- Providing course and non-course related support and advice to your students or attendees in a class or tutor group session or meeting,
- Preparing customized bibliographies on topics of current or ongoing interest, or
- Giving personalized demonstrations or presentations on finding and using the veterinary medical literature.
Sessions can also be scheduled to help students begin a research paper on a certain topic or to otherwise design a class that meets your needs. These sessions can also be conducted for the continuing education of practicing veterinarians.
Recent examples of course-related presentations include:
- Practice Management
Session on various resources available in the Library and on the Web related to business functions and other aspects of managing veterinary practices
- Selected Infectious Diseases of Swine
Session on finding and evaluating Web-based resources related to swine health and production.
- Annual Conference for Veterinarians
Session on Finding Veterinary Resources on the World Wide Web
- Fred Scott Feline Symposium
Session on New Information Resources for Veterinarians (including E-journal Access and PDA Applications in Veterinary Medicine)