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Susan Kaplan Jacobs  

Health Sciences Librarian
Last Updated: Sep 4, 2014 URL: http://guides.nyu.edu/skj1 Print Guide Email Alerts

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Associate Curator and Health Sciences Librarian

As the librarian for Health Sciences, I provide instruction, collection development, faculty liaison, and reference assistance for students and faculty in the following academic programs at NYU: College of Nursing,   Department of Communicative Sciences & Disorders,  Department of Occupational Therapy, and the Department of Physical Therapy

For students, I can:

  • Suggest research strategies and sources
  • Provide instruction using library tools
  • Direct you to an appropriate library research guide
  • Answer questions via email, phone or in-person
  • Meet with you individually to discuss your topic or help you apply research strategies

For faculty, I can:

  • Serve as a Blackboard/NYU Classes site "instructor" to link your course to library-related materials
  • Deliver in-classroom curriculum-integrated library instruction
  • Recommend sources and strategies to integrate research skills into assignments and coursework
  • Create a LibGuide tailored to your class assignments
  • Purchase books, license electronic resources and other material needed for your research
  • Act as a liaison communicating the college or department's concerns and needs to library administration
  • Consult with faculty on specialized literature searches for research studies, grants, and systematic reviews.
 

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Public Administration, NYU Wagner School

During the spring semester I teach HPAM-GP 4821 Locating the Evidence For Health Management.

Health Sciences Librarian

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Susan Kaplan Jacobs, MLS, MA, RN, AHIP
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Office hours by appointment
Bobst Library, 5th floor, #512

212 998-2432
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