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This guide will help you discover the many resources the Regis library offers. Here you will find relevant databases and useful websites as well as tips and instructional materials to help you get the most out of these resources.
Research help is available through the library. See the tab RESEARCH HELP for more information.
The Regis Library offers thousands of eBooks -- books you can read online. Here is a small selection; more are available in the EBSCO Academic eBook Collection database.
eBook Collection (EBSCO)
A collection of eBooks covering a broad spectrum of academic subjects. Unlimited simultaneous access by users.
How do I know if my information source is credible?
Health professionals must not only be able to find and retrieve medical literature, they must learn to evaluate it in terms of credibility, timeliness, safety, and effectiveness. This is a tremendously important step -- you must know if your information is credible!
For more help on this topic, please contact our Research Help Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org or 781-768-7303. Stay up-to-date on our current hours. Note: all hours are EST.
This Guide was created by Carolyn Swidrak (retired).