Problem-Based Learning Resources Toolbelt
- Each PBL group is assigned one of the Information Services librarians who supports the needs of the students and facilitator. At least once a semester the librarian makes a "house call" tailored to that week's questions.
- Librarians introduce students in their PBL groups to
textbooks and reference works available in the library
and on the Web.
- Students participate in a treasure hunt for specific
types of information.
- Each PBL group is assigned one of the Information Services librarians who supports the needs of the students and facilitator. At least once a semester the librarian makes a "house call". The librarian works with each student in person or via email on their individual learning question. At the house call, the librarian can suggest available resources and answer questions about access, scope, etc.
- Librarians and the course directors introduce EBM resources
and the research process via a lecture/
- EBM Resources - includes database such as ACP Journal Club, Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews both licensed by Tufts and TRIP Database, a freely available internet-accessible resource.
for Patient Logs
Electronically available chapters and articles for chief
complaints, diagnoses, procedures & skills associated
with the clerkships for Medicine and Obstetrics & Gynecology
are now available. Links for other clerkships are under
Public Health & Professional Degree