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Resources for Active Learning

Introduction

This guide is intended to assist faculty in incorporating library resources into small group learning sessions.

Background Reading

Lee, Thomas H. "Quiet in the Library." New England Journal of Medicine 352, no. 11 (2005/03/17 2005): 1068-68. Access here

Verhaaren, H. A. "Is There a Future for Scientific Medical Libraries?". Acta Clinica Belgica 62, no. 1 (2007/02/01 2007): 1-4. Access here

Resource Categorization

Krasne, S., C. D. Stevens, and L. Wilkerson. "Improving Medical Literature Sourcing by First-Year Medical Students in Problem-Based Learning: Outcomes of Early Interventions." [In eng]. Acad Med 89, no. 7 (Jul 2014): 1069-74.  Access here
 
Gaines, J. K., L. Blake, G. Kouame, K. J. Davies, D. Ballance, V. Thomas Gaddy, E. Gallman, M. Russell, and E. Wood. "Partnering to Analyze Selection of Resources by Medical Students for Case-Based Small Group Learning: A Collaboration between Librarians and Medical Educators." Med Ref Serv Q 37, no. 3 (Jul-Sep 2018): 249-65. Access here
 
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The Millenial Medical Student

 

 

Soetikno, Roy, Jennifer M. Kolb, Tiffany Nguyen-Vu, Channa R. Jayasekera, Roel Bogie, Jessica Yu, Ravishankar Asokkumar, Silvia Sanduleanu, and Tonya Kaltenbach. "Evolving Endoscopy Teaching in the Era of the Millennial Trainee." Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 89, no. 5 (2019/05/01/ 2019): 1056-62. Access here