The libraries offer information skills training to
all UCL staff and students and NHS Trust staff.
As well as subject-specific library skills training for
academic programmes the libraries also provide training,
on a one-to-one or classroom basis, on the range of biomedical resources available at UCL
and those provided for NHS staff.
Archway Healthcare Library supports staff
and students in acquiring and maintaining the skills to access quality health
information resources and to make effective searches.
Training sessions are usually open to all library members and to staff members
of the Whittington Hospital, Camden and Islington and other North Central London
To book a place on a training course please ask at the library counter,
contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone
020 7288 3580
Archway Healthcare Library's Training website:
UCL Cruciform Library: There is a dedicated
enquiry point in the library, located in the main reading room next to the
issue desk. Term time opening hours are 11.00am - 5.00pm (Wednesdays 3.00pm). Enquiry desk staff
can help with a variety of enquiries about library and biomedical and health
resources, and will provide training on the library's electronic resources.
You can also e-mail your enquiry to email@example.com or call 020 7679
4611 (or x46411).
A regular programme of training on specific resources, Reference Manager, and critical appraisal skills is available.
Specific training sessions can also be arranged on a one-to-one basis or in
small groups. To arrange a training session please contact Samantha Green by e-mail
on firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone on 020 7679 6412 (or x46412).
UCL Institute of Child Health:Training and support is available
for library members for all the databases available at ICH.
We offer scheduled sessions in literature
searching to support evidence based practice and research. These are held in the hospital's IT training
In addition to training on specific databases, we also provide training on using the library,
general literature search skills, electronic journals, evidence-based resources and finding health
information on the Internet.
Group or individual sessions can be arranged for GOSH staff
or ICH staff and students. These can be held in your workplace or in the library.
Please see our webpages
or on extension 2424.
UCL Ear Institute Library:Information
skills training in database and internet searching on resources available
through the UCL network or through the NHS KA24 service is always available
on request for Institute staff and students and NHS staff from the Royal Free Trust.
If you would like to request an information skills training session please
contact the Librarian at email@example.com or telephone 020 7915 1445.
Queen Square Library: Registered users
from IoN and NHNN may book a session with Library staff who offer expert training
on a wide range topics, particularly relating to databases, and electronic
Queen Square Library Training website: http://www.ion.ucl.ac.uk/library/training.htm
UCL Joint Library, Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields
Eye Hospital :
for information about training please contact the library at
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 020 7608 6814.
UCL Institute of Orthopaedics Library :
for information about training please phone the library at 020 8909 5816.
UCL Language and Speech Science Library: Training in the use of library catalogues and electronic resources is given to students early on in their course by the Librarian. If you are unable to attend one of these sessions, or would like further instruction, individual training can be given by appointment. Please contact the Librarian or phone 020 7679 4207 (x24207).
Royal Free Hospital Medical Library, UCL Library Services: The
Medical Library offers information skills training to all staff and students
of the UCL Medical School and to all Royal
Free Hampstead NHS Trust staff.
Royal Free Hospital Medical Library
UCL School of Pharmacy Library : for information about training sessions please click here, email email@example.com or call 020 7753 5833.
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