College of DuPage

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LIBRA 1820: Medical Reference and Research

Medical Reference and Research librarian on phone assisting clientprovides an in-depth exploration of medical reference and research designed for students, consumers, library information professionals and health professionals. Emphasis is placed on identifying and locating quality print and electronic resources, as well as the roles and responsibilities of patients, library information professionals and health care professionals in the information seeking process.

Prerequisites:

Library and Information Technology 1101 or equivalent or consent of instructor or program coordinator (3 lecture hours)

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LIBRA 1820: Medical Reference and Research is  a selected topics in librarianship course that addresses current issues which necessitate a greater depth, broader scope or fuller assimilation of a particular area of study within the Library Technology Program. LIBRA 1101 Introduction to Libraries in the Information Age is the prerequisite course (or consent of instructor or program coordinator). For more information about the Library Technology Program at College of DuPage, refer to our web site