We are pleased to announce the publication of “Providing Information-Seeking Skills Feedback Within a Medical School Curriculum: A Partnership between Librarians and Education Specialists” by authors Deborah Thomas and Angela Hardi of Becker Library, and Carolyn Dufault, an assistant dean in the Office of Medical Student Education. The article was published in the journal Medical Reference Services Quarterly.
The article features a case study describing the collaboration between a team of librarians and the curriculum office to continuously improve information-seeking skills activities for medical students. This positive collaborative experience has firmly embedded librarians into the medical curriculum. Based on student feedback, the majority of students found the librarian-involved activities useful.
Read the full text here.