Jul 192013
 

When someone says ‘research,’ what pops into your head? For some, it’s a person crouched at a library carrel, nose in a book with notes strewn everywhere. For others, it’s someone in a white lab coat peering intently into a microscope.

At Laupus Library, we’re at the intersection of the academic and the clinical, and we’re always working to give our ECU health sciences students and faculty the tools they need to solve complex problems they encounter on a daily basis. Since their needs are constantly changing, we are always on the lookout for innovative resources that they can utilize. 

As highlighted by a recent article in The Guardian, the role of the academic library is shifting. The sources may be the same, but often those sources have moved online or to an e-books format. For example, the article cites a survey of medical academics that found four out of five wouldn’t mind if libraries dropped a medical journal’s print edition. The survey showed tremendous support for offering those medical journals strictly as an online resource.

At Laupus, we offer a multitude of journals in both print and e-editions to suit the needs and preferences of our students and faculty. We also are constantly adding new reference resources in addition to our huge wealth of textbooks and clinical guides.

So, come see us. Whether you prefer to thumb through a book or flip through a journal article on your iPad, we’re here to point you in the right direction and help you get started.

 

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