Boston University School of Medicine Admissions
A Student's Virtual Tour



The Library’s Learning Resource Center on the 11th floor of the Instructional Building contains
several rooms with Macs and PCs for student use. You might find them handy for research,
word processing, or Internet access.

Student Comments:

"The computer center is great for IP class. I just run medline and regular net searches on
my topic and type them up right there."
— First Year Student

"There are training classes that you can sign up for in case you’re trying to learn how to get relevant information from the Internet, or want to learn how to make a nice PowerPoint presentation."
— Second Year Student


You can also spend time reviewing BlackBoard for online images, lecture notes,
and other supplemental class material.

The library is continually increasing the number of online journals available for student use,
and currently has more than 1,500 full-text titles.


All of the computers in Library Computing have recently been upgraded,
having DVD drives as well as 17" or 19" monitors.


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Last Modified: August 9, 2012

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