NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

18 NSU Health Professions Division more than 17,000 health-related, full-text eJournals; 2,000 biomedical eBooks; and 200+ health and medicine-specific databases. These resources may be accessed 24/7 through the Press HPD Library website (nova.edu/hpdlibrary). Professional reference services are available to students in person as well as by phone, email, and online via screensharing software. Eight professional librarians are available to assist students with library resources and research-specific assignments. Each HPD college/program is assigned a subject specialist liaison librarian who works closely with faculty and provides instructional sessions for specific class assignments. The Press HPD Library also provides the following free services to enhance student learning and study: • Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service obtains journal articles, books, and items not available in the NSU collection • notary service • binding, faxing, and scanning services • wireless printing stations • on-site technology assistance • I.D.E.A. Labs – 3-D printing and scanning: These services are available for students involved in curricular and faculty projects. – virtual reality: Students can experience virtual anatomy, simulation and medical-related apps via immersive virtual reality headsets. – t he studio: This digital production room/studio is available for video recording and editing; cameras and other production equipment can be checked out of the library. The following additional resources are at the circulation desk (limited checkout times): • laptop computers • iPads loaded with medical and production apps • medical/anatomy apps for checkout on personal Apple devices • print editions of required textbooks on reserve (for in- library use) • anatomy models and skeletons (for in-library use) • individual, small whiteboards and markers • chargers and extension cords • earplugs and school supplies (for purchase) • self-service Keurig coffee machine For more information, please call (954) 262-3106. See the University Libraries section of the NSU Student Handbook for information about NSU’s Alvin Sherman Library, Research, and Information Technology Center. Visit nova.edu /student-handbook for more information. Tampa Bay Regional Campus Library The Tampa Bay Regional Campus Library (TBRC Library) is located on the second floor and to the right of the main staircase in the Tampa Bay Regional Campus main building. The TBRC Library is integrated in the campus and consists of a front circulation and information desk, a large collaboration room for group study, and 30 private study rooms. There are a variety of seating options available throughout the building, which are not directly part of the library, but provide students with optional study space. Ten study rooms are located on the second floor. The remaining 20 are located on the third floor. Each study roommay be reserved for three hours and renewed based on availability. Hours of operation for the TBRC Library are Monday–Thursday: 8:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m. Friday: 8:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m.* Saturday: 10:00 a.m.–9:00 p.m.* Sunday: 10:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.* *Hours may vary on select weekends. The TBRC Library print collection consists of 83 monograph titles, each of which are either required or supplemental textbooks for Tampa Bay programs. Students at the Tampa Bay Regional Campus have remote access to online resources, including more than 60,000 fulltext periodicals, more than 500 databases, and 1,600 eBooks. These resources may be accessed 24/7 through the TBRC Library web page at nova.edu/tbrclibrary. Professional reference services are available to students in person, as well as by phone, email, and online via screensharing software. Two professional librarians are available to assist students with library resources and research-specific assignments on-site. Each HPD college/program is assigned a subject-specialist liaison librarian who works closely with faculty members and provides instructional sessions for specific class assignments. Students and faculty members in non-HPD programs are provided similar assistance from either of the two on-site librarians. The TBRC Library also provides the following free services to enhance student learning and study: • Interlibrary Loan/Document Delivery service obtains journal articles, books, and items not available in the NSU collection • on-site technology assistance

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