Library Tutorials in an Allied Health Evidence-Based Practice Class

  title={Library Tutorials in an Allied Health Evidence-Based Practice Class},
  author={Toni Hoberecht and Ken Randall and April J Schweikhard},
  journal={Medical Reference Services Quarterly},
  pages={240 - 248}
This column describes a collaboration between faculty members in an Allied Health program and academic librarians to provide information literacy instruction to students enrolled in an evidence-based practice course. The process of collaboration is described beginning with the inception of the idea to collaborate, which grew out of an informal conversation between librarians and Allied Health faculty. Implementation of the project is described as well as future plans for the collaboration. The… 

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Ken Randall, PT, PhD, MHR ( is Associate Professor and Clinical Director of OU Physical Therapy and Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs for the College of Allied Health

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