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A guide to Health Administration
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W.K. Kellogg Health Sciences Library
Sir Charles Tupper Medical Building
5850 College Street
My office is located on the 2nd floor of the Collaborative Health Education Building
Need some instructions in a hurry?
Below are some quick links to instructions for some of our most frequently asked questions.
Atlantic Scholarly Information Network borrowing cards
Doing an internship elsewhere in Canada? Before you go, get an ASIN card, giving you borrowing privileges at many of Canada's university libraries. Find out more here!
Book a group study room
Use this form to book study space for you and your colleagues to work on group projects.
How do I get off-campus access?
Help with accessing our online resources remotely.
Information for distance students
Are you a distance student who needs help getting library services? Start here.
Libraries Nova Scotia Borrow Anywhere, Return Anywhere Program
We're all connected. Now you can borrow materials from any library in NS and return them at the library closest to you. Convenient!
Need a laptop? Borrow one from us!
Instructions for borrowing laptops from the Kellogg Library.
Register your library card online
Before borrowing items from the libraries, either in person or through our interlibrary loan service, it's necessary to register your card. Follow this link to activate your card online.
We don't have what you want? Get it from another library - free!
If the Dalhousie Libraries don't have a book, journal or other item you need, we can get it for you from another library - and it won't cost you a thing!
Get logged in & Quick Links
Register your library card
Need to do this once a year, so you can sign out books, use document delivery, etc.
Library off-campus login
Copyright Info for Students
Online Library Tutorials
RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that allows you to compile, edit and format bibliographies by importing references directly from online databases, from text files, or by entering them manually.
Citation Style Guides
Find links to resources on a variety of style guides for academic writing including APA, MLA and the Vancouver Style.
Search for research materials in the library's online catalogue.
Need help writing?
The Writing Centre at Dal offers assistance with proper writing and citing techniques for academic papers. Contact them for an appointment for great advice on doing it right.
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