Library Instruction and Training
The Education Services program provides training and services to the health sciences schools in order to assist health sciences students and faculty in improving their information literacy skills. We offer workshops and other instructional resources and programs that emphasize the life-long learning and information management skills needed to access and evaluate health sciences information for problem solving and decision making.
For more information please contact: Deborah McConnell Chiarella
A list of classes, schedules, and links to registration for the current semester, as well as Workshops on Demand information
Health sciences faculty can add a customized information literacy component to their classes. Current CRI offerings and an instruction request form available.
Online tutorials for several major health sciences resources.
Other training opportunities at UB
Free workshops offered through the CEI; browse by topic or date.
Free training for researchers, faculty and staff. Browse by subject, title, class format (instructor-led, self-paced or resource guide), date, or audience. Includes presentation skills, computing and software (Microsoft Excel, Access, Word, etc.), and productivity among others.
Resource on defining, recognizing, and avoiding plagiarism.