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Learn how to better use library resources by reviewing the tutorials in this guide or by attending our workshops.
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Schedule of workshops conducted by librarians for students and faculty. 



Tues Jan 20 11:30 a.m.        Physical Therapy Library Orientation                     PT Library        
Tues Jan 27  11:30 a.m. CINAHL and SportsDiscuss PT Library       
Tues Feb 3 11:30 a.m. PubMed PT Library     
Wed    Feb 4 Noon         Database Discovery - STEM Mabee Library 221
Tues Feb 10 11:30 a.m. Evidence-Based Health Information PT Library
Tues  Feb 17 11:30 a.m.    RefWorks   PT Library   
Tues Feb 17 Noon Database Discovery - Nursing Mabee Library 221
Tues Feb 24 11:30 a.m. Web of Science          PT Library
Tues      Feb 24 1:00 p.m. Drug Information Resources         Mabee Library 230
Tues Mar 31 3:00 p.m. Discover Primo Mabee Library 230

For additional information about the workshops offered at the Geneva R. Johnson Physical Therapy Library at the Saidoff Center, please visit DPT Library Workshops or contact Physical Therapy Librarian Anthony Micchelli at 210-283-6920 or

Individual assistance is available by contacting the library reference desk or a librarian.  See Ask the Library for contact information.


  • RefWorks
    Learn how to use RefWorks, the Mabee Library's web-based bibilographic resource management tool.

IT Tutorials

  • Training & Tutorials
    Video and print tutorials designed for students and faculty on Blackboard and computer resources. Learn how to change your password, use your Skydrive and work with MS Office.

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