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.
Registered library users have access to the library and its collections. Hampton Roads healthcare professionals have courtesy borrowing privileges. Faculty and graduate students of Virginia Tidewater Consortium member institutions have reciprocal borrowing privileges. The general public and area businesses may pay an annual subscription fee for borrowing privileges.
The Clinical Medical Librarian program extends library and information services into the clinical environment. Librarians attend morning reports and rounds and help integrate literature searching of "best evidence" into the patient care setting. Please contact Kerrie Shaw at 757.446.5847 or email@example.com for additional information.
Learn more about internet access, copying and printing capabilities, computer labs and classrooms, equipment checkout and public use computers.
ILLiad is the library's document delivery system. You can use ILLiad to request a book or an item through Interlibrary Loan or to request a document or item from our collection.
For assistance with the required literature searches for IACUC research protocols, please contact Kerrie Shaw, MS, MSLS, Director of Library Services, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone at 757.446.5847.
IRB support is an important library service at your disposal. Research librarians are available to conduct literature searches and provide training sessions in the use of information resources.
Instruction sessions can include cover basic or advanced literature searches, a general orientation on library resources and services or focus on a particular database or topic.
There are study tables, carrels and study rooms throughout the library. These are available on a first-come, first-served basis. There are also 24 group study rooms: 16 on the second floor and 8 on the third. Study rooms may only be reserved by faculty.
The Virginia Tidewater Consortium for Higher Education (VTC) serves as the major vehicle for regional cooperation among institutions of higher education and affiliated agencies. EVMS students, faculty and staff who want to borrow materials from VTC libraries need to visit the library circulation desk to obtain a VTC card.
The Cooperative Borrowing Program allows students, faculty and staff at VIVA institutions to borrow materials on-site from any participating library.