Library Resources & Services for Faculty
The Library Resources and Services website is the main source of information about the collections and services available to the Institute. The library also maintains a more detailed guide to Faculty Services for more information.
Below are some additional resources and services available to you as Institute faculty and to help you start making the most of our library.
Course Materials and Readings
Visit the Course Materials and Readings page in Faculty Compass to find out how to link to articles and eBooks in the library's databases, put readings on reserve, places to find multimedia materials, and the rules you need to follow to do it legally.
Workshops, Tutorials, and Class Sessions
If you have an assignment that requires your students to use library collections, you will want to consider offering your students help from a librarian. The help can come in several forms:
- In-class sessions
- Workshops outside of class time
- Online tutorials embedded in your D2L course
- Customized online guides for your course (View sample.)
- One-on-one consultations
Contact Ask a Librarian for more information.
Research Resources and Services
Literature Search Consultations:
Contact Ask a Librarian for assistance with:
- Database searching
- Accessing databases outside the health sciences
- Identifying journals for publication
Treadwell Interlibrary Loan
Use this service to request any article that is not in Treadwell's collection, and you will receive a PDF, usually within 1-2 business days. Be sure to use your Institute email address and select MGH Institute of Health Professions in the billing information section so that the service is free of charge for you.
Zotero is the online bibliographic management application available to the Institute.