Virtual Vendor Spotlights
Blackboard Learn by Anthology (12:30-1:00 pm)
Description to come
Alumni Medical Library (1:30-2:00 pm)
Kristen Sheridan, Education & Information Services Librarian
The Alumni Medical Library is excited to share information on Leganto, a platform through BU Libraries that supports and provides course reserves to instructors and students. Our librarians can assist instructors in creating reading lists for their courses that include a wide variety of resources like books, articles, videos, websites and many more. Leganto reading lists can be easily integrated into Blackboard, making them a great tool for easy access to course materials. The library will show you Leganto and give more information on how we can help instructors prepare these lists for their courses.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) LibGuide
Carly Schanock, Education & Information Services Librarian
The Alumni Medical Library will demonstrate a new subject guide featuring information on Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and applications in an academic setting. The AI subject guide covers a wide variety of AI resources such as specific tools, databases, journals, books, and classroom resources, as well as discussing Chat GPT and its implications and uses in higher ed.
Osmosis from Elsevier (2:30-3:00 pm)
Teaching and Learning with Osmosis!
Catherine Johnson, Director of Educational Strategy and Academic Engagement
Join Catherine Johnson, Director of Educational Strategy and Academic Engagement, to learn about teaching and learning with Osmosis at Boston University. Osmosis makes teaching and learning complex medical concepts more effective and efficient through engaging, whiteboard-style animated videos with linked assessment items, all rooted in evidence-based learning principles. Join Catherine to learn how learners can make the most of their Osmosis access—and how faculty can lean on this engaging resource to help support teaching in a time of evolving curricula, flipped classrooms, and blending learning.