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PBL: The Programmer Who Couldn't Eat: Home

This guide suggests useful keywords and resources to address learning needs related to The Programmer Who Couldn't Eat case.

Using library resources to resolve learning needs

For all PBL cases you will be using scholarly resources to address your learning needs. In addition to using the library catalog, you can use the resources listed below to search for textbooks, look up information in clinical databases, or find scholarly articles.

E-Book Collections

Search the Health Sciences Library Catalog

Search the USC Health Sciences Libraries catalog for print & electronic books, journals & databases

 
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Databases

Trusted Websites

Government websites (.gov), professional association websites (.org), and some academic websites (.edu) are acceptable for PBL. 

Please note: use of these resources should be minimal, information should be reviewed carefully, and always try to find the primary source material referenced on these sites if possible.

Dictionaries and more