Library registration forms
Library instruction sessions
Faculty members should consider scheduling a session for their students if there is a research component to the class. Course-related library instruction is one of the most effective ways to teach students the art of research. Instructional sessions are even more effective if done in conjunction with a specific assignment so that students can practice the skills and strategies taught.
Ask a librarian
Our librarians can help you learn how to use the library and its resources, conduct subject research, compile bibliographies and find quick, factual information. Librarians can do literature searches for community members, but there may be costs involved.
If you would like to place material on reserve for your students, please fill out the Reserve Collection Request Form. Forms are also available at the Circulation Desk. If you have any questions, please contact the Circulation Desk at 757.446.5850.
Required readings should be placed on reserve. Please provide a list of materials required for your course so the library can secure them and make them available to students.
Any materials reproduced for the purposes of your course must be in accordance with copyright law.
Exam Master Online
Exam Master Online is a USMLE and board preparation review tool that provides access to thousands of basic and clinical sciences questions. The interface allows for quick and easy navigation and provides the ability to create customized practice exams and study blocks. Faculty members can use this resource to develop tests and enter custom questions for specific testing purposes.
Full-text electronic resources
- PubMed LinkOut: Provides links to most EVMS full-text electronic journals
- Look for the EVMS Online icon.
- Electronic Journals: Alphabetical and discipline-sorted lists of full-text electronic journals
- Electronic Books: Alphabetical, searchable list of electronic books
- Access Medicine: Full-text access to current medical textbooks and clinical tools
- Clinical Key: Full-text access to current medical reference texts, journals, patient handouts and drug information
- STAT!Ref (E-Books): Full-text access to current medical reference texts and clinical tools.
- Web of Science: Access to the Science Citation Index from 1999 to present and Medline from 1950 to present.
Find a book or journal using the Brickell Library online catalog. Please note that not all electronic journals are listed in the catalog. Visit the library to access all electronic books, journals and databases. Search for books by author, title, subject or keyword or select Periodical Title to search by journal title and find print periodicals.
Request an article or book
Use the library's document delivery system, ILLiad, to request books or journal articles not owned by EVMS or the full-text of journal articles not available electronically.
Reserve the computer classroom
Only EVMS faculty members may reserve the Computer Classroom (Room 132). The classroom contains 30 network-connected PCs and an instructor PC that is attached to an overhead projector and audio-visual system. Wi-Fi access is available for EVMS associates. Learn more about the computer classroom.
Reserve a study room
There are study tables, carrels and study rooms throughout the library. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Only faculty members may reserve study rooms. Learn more about library study rooms.