This module has been developed to introduce you to the resources related to the Radiation and Imaging Science degree that we have available in the BC Library Media Center. Many of our resources are available online, 24/7 as we realize that you aren't necessarily on campus and able to come to the library.
This component will focus on the available resources and how to use them. Most of the search skills that I will be highlighting will work for the resources available at BC, but will also most likely apply to sources of information that you may have access to at your place of work: hospitals, clinics, etc.
Material will be presented using a combination of written text and short videos illustrating the resources and how to use them. (Note: You'll need Flash installed on your computer to be able to view the movies. Click to download the Flash player.)
At the end of this module, hopefully you will have a good idea of what the Library has to offer and are encouraged to use these resources throughout your time here at BC.
As always, the library is here to help you with your studies. If you have questions about locating specific information we're here to help. There is a Reference Librarian available to answer questions in person or via phone or email whenever the library is open. Drop by the library in D-126. You can call us at 425-564-6161 or send us an email: email@example.com. We hope to hear from you soon!
Reminder: Student coursework and use of BC Resources must be in compliance with BC Copyright Guidelines. For more information, please see the BC Copyright Guidelines.