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Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences -- Library Services: Guide

identifies library services for Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology, and Medical Laboratory Sciences

Biomedical Sciences Librarian

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Terri Gotschall, MLIS Scholarly Communications Librarian
Contact:
College of Medicine
Lake Nona Campus
2nd floor
407.266.1429

Subject Librarian Services for Biomedical Sciences, Biotechnology, and Medical Laboratory Sciences

Students: Please contact Terri Gotschall for research assistance.

Faculty: Please contact Terri Gotschall for:

  • Library instruction for your courses
  • Individual research consultations
  • Collection development requests for books, journals, databases, etc.
  • Academic program reviews

JoVE

JoVE Subscription

JoVE Science Education includes videos covering research methods, lab manuals, clinical skills, and similar in STEM fields including biology, physics, engineering, chemistry, environmental sciences, and psychology. 

Introduction to the Library

Searching in PubMed

PubMed is a citation database that includes biomedical literature from MEDLINE, books, and other sources.

Borrowing from Other Libraries

When you find an article or book that UCF Libraries does not own, it may be available from another a institution. 

 

EndNote: Reference Management Tool

EndNote helps you organize your references and integrates with Microsoft Word for easy citing of your sources while you write. To download the free version provided by UCF Libraries visit, https://guides.ucf.edu/citations-endnote/home. Once you have download and installed EndNote watch this video to help you get started.