EBSCO is constantly presenting training opportunities via online learning classes.
We are pleased to announce that, as of April 1, 2013, Simon Fraser University will be the host of the Electronic Health Library of BC (e-HLbc).
Looking for materials to promote your EBSCO resources? Need help preparing for an upcoming training session for your library staff, students, or patrons? The EBSCO Support Site has redesigned its Promotion Tools page.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers has recently published Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Material.
e-HLbc is pleased to announce that new Ovid products are becoming available to our member libraries, take a moment to check them out through your Ovid platform!
The June issue of the e-HLbc newsletter e-Wire is now available!
On behalf of the Canadian Virtual Health Library (CVHL), the e-HLbc Administrative Centre is happy to announce that DynaMed is available for trial. DynaMed is one of CVHL's first license offerings as a national consortia.
The e-HLbc Case for Renewal 2012 is now available to Members. The Case for Renewal presents negotiation outcomes, content pricing, administrative fees and institutional costs for the e-HLbc core suite of health information resources from 2012/13 to 2014/15. By supporting this Case, e-HLbc members