Library Workshops and Instruction Sessions

Library Workshops are scheduled during each semester.

Workshops are held in the Ginsburg Health Sciences Library Computer Lab, Room 248 or in Conference Room 246A.

Please refer to our Page for the most up to date offerings. If you would like to request a special session for a group please use the form.


Ginsburg Library Summer 2015 Workshop Series

Click here to register for one or more of our summer workshops. Drop-ins are also welcome! All workshops are held in the Ginsburg Health Sciences Library Computer Classroom, Room 248.

Contact Rebecca Lloyd, Education Services Librarian, at or 215-707-4557 for more information.


Scopus: Find out which articles are being cited, including your own!

Tuesday, July 21st at 12:00 PM

Introduction to Scopus, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature covering medicine, science, technology, and more. Learn how to use Scopus to track highly cited articles and authors; quickly see the main journals and authors that publish in a particular subject area; and use citation analysis to uncover important and relevant articles.

Embase: Searching the biomedical literature beyond MEDLINE

Wednesday, July 29th at 12:00 PM

Introduction to searching Embase, a comprehensive indexed international biomedical database. Embase is especially strong in its coverage of drug and pharmaceutical research and includes content not available from MEDLINE.

RefWorks: Citations and Bibliographies Made Easy!

Wednesday, August 5th at 12:00 PM

RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that can save you time and ease your workload. In this workshop you will create an account, learn how to import and save citations, and learn how to automatically insert in-text citations and build bibliographies.

Classes are open to all Temple University Health Sciences students, faculty, staff, and residents, as well as Temple University Hospital staff!

If you plan to attend a workshop, please contact Rebecca Lloyd, Education Services Librarian at or 215-707-4557. Drop-ins also welcome!


If you are interested in having a librarian come to a class or would like an individual consultation, please contact Rebecca or use the form Request Instruction.