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Librarian As Facilitator In A Problem-Based Learning Course

A few colleagues and I recently wrote about our integration in a medical school curriculum (source).  Well - here is a librarian at the University of Buffalo who facilitates a small group as part of a clinically-focused, cased-based dental course.  An intriguing role for librarians, and one that would rely greatly on the strength of the relationship between the school & library.  I can't imagine doing something like this, so kudos to the instructor.

(PubMed link)

Hasman L. Librarian-facilitated problem-based learning course in a school of dental medicine. Med Ref Serv Q. 2012 Jul 31(3). PMID: 22853307

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    Mark MacEachern - MM - Librarian As Facilitator In A Problem-Based Learning Course

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