PubMed PubMed comprises over 23 million journal citations. This index is produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and is accessible to anyone on the web. If Michener subscribes to a particular journal, either individually or through a database, the article will show a Michener link, making full-text of the article available to authorized Michener users. You can view some concise library-created tutorials for help in getting started: PubMed Basic Search, PubMed using MeSH, Tips & Tricks for Searching PubMed. For help using PubMed, check out this PubMed basics handout.
Full Text Finder (Journal A-Z) Select the link next to Full Text Finder and use it to find out which journals we subscribe to (both print and online) and link to the journal homepage or our catalogue.
Cochrane Library Cochrane Systematic Reviews investigate the effects of interventions for prevention, treatment and rehabilitation in a healthcare setting in support of evidence-based medicine. Full-text access is limited to authorized Michener users.
EBSCOhost Approximately 4000 full text titles are available from this aggregator which provides electronic journals licensed from various publishers. Access to this collection is limited to authorized Michener users. Includes these databases:
Medical Databases on EBSCOhost
- Nursing & Allied Health Collection: Comprehensive Edition
- Medline with Full Text
- CINAHL Plus with Full Text
- Health Business Fulltext Elite
Education Databases on EBSCOhost
- Professional Development Collection
ScienceDirect Over 1000 journals are available on the ScienceDirect platform. Note: all of these journals are also available through PubMed.
Wiley Online Over 800 journals are available on the Wiley Online platform. Note: all of these journals are also available through PubMed.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?
Please send us an email. LRC staff can provide training and support for using journal databases to find articles.
Directory of Open Access Journals This directory provides free access to almost 10,000 full text journals and is hosted by Lund University Libraries (Sweden).
Free Medical Journals.com Over 4,000 free online medical journal titles can be sorted alphabetically or by specialty. The list includes journals grouped by category: free full text, free one to six months after publication, free one year after publication, etc.
PubMed Central A digital archive of life sciences journal literature managed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information at the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Access is free and unrestricted and includes BioMed Central articles.
Anatomy.tv Not sure if your thigh bone is really connected to your hip bone or where on earth you would find a quadratus lumborum? Well luckily for you, we at the LRC have access to Anatomy TV – a 3D interactive anatomy exploration program!
Textbooks can be purchased in person at the University of Toronto Bookstore, 214 College Street. You can also purchase your textbooks online. Start by choosing Michener as your Select a Campus Term and continue filling in the requested information for each course to generate a book list.
Canada-wide toll free number: 1-800-387-4420
Information required for personal orders placed by phone or fax:
- Author and Title; ISBN number (If available)
- Personal Information: Name, Address, Phone Number, Credit Card Information
Please feel free to post your textbook requirements on Michener’s Student Success Network Facebook page.Textbook List
The eBooks on EBSCOhost collection includes nearly 200 electronic books purchased by the LRC to meet the needs of our users. The collection can be read 24 hours a day via the Internet by Michener users. eBooks on EBSCOhost also has over 3,000 publicly accessible classics of literature and history.
eBooks on EBSCOhost FAQs
- Can I access eBooks on EBSCOhost from home?
- How do I find out which titles are available?
- How do I search within the eBooks on EBSCOhost collection?
- Why should I sign up for a My EBSCOhost Folder?
- How do I create a My EBSCOhost Folder?
- How do I read an eBook on EBSCOhost?
- Can I download eBooks on EBSCOhost to my computer/a reading device?
- Can I print from eBooks on EBSCOhost?
Can I access eBooks on EBSCOhost from home?
- Yes, authorized Michener users can access eBooks from home using their network/Outlook (email) username and password.
How do I find out which titles are available?
- If you do a search in the LRC’s catalogue, titles that we subscribe to will be marked with a computer icon and will have a link to “Connect to this resource”. This will connect you directly to the title.
- To see all of the full-text eBooks, including those that are publicly accessible, connect to eBooks on EBSCOhost . In the search field, enter (FT Y OR FT N).
How do I search within the eBooks on EBSCOhost database?
- Go to eBooks on EBSCOhost and enter your search terms in the basic search box at the top of the page; use the Search Options below to set your options.
- Use the advanced search to get more options.
Why should I sign up for a My EBSCOhost Folder?
- Establishing an account allows you to create a list of links to your favorite eBooks on EBSCOhost and to add notes within any eBook. This account will allow you to work within all of the EBSCOhost databases, not just eBooks.
How do I create a My EBSCOhost Folder?
- Click on Sign In near the upper right hand corner of the search page. Select Create a New Account.
- Enter the requested information.
- Select the Save Changes button.
How do I read an eBook on EBSCOhost?
- You can read the eBook by clicking on eBook Full Text. While it is being viewed, nobody else can read the book.
- To move from page to page, at the bottom of the screen, click on the right or left arrow, or enter a page number in the box and click on Go. Use the Table of Contents to access individual chapters, or click on the first icon under Tools (on the right side) to find individual words in the text.
Can I download eBooks on EBSCOhost to my computer/a reading device?
- Currently, Michener’s eBooks on EBSCOhost may not be downloaded.
Can I print from eBooks on EBSCOhost?
You can print individual pages for educational and research purposes by using the print icon under Tools (on the right side). All subscribed titles are copyrighted.
The Anatomy and Physiology Resource Centre has a collection of encased human tissues, osseous materials, anatomical models, and interactive computer programs. The centre is located in rooms 701/703, and is open evenings for independent study. Evening hours vary during the academic year according to demand — consult Hours & Contact for availability. Please note that Michener ID cards are required to access this centre and that cameras are strictly forbidden.
The Dry Lab contains a collection of anatomy models and equipment available for in-library use. The photo gallery below will give you an idea of the items available.
LRC staff are always looking to develop the Dry Lab. Please contact LRC staff with any suggestions.
Human Torso (24 pieces with detachable head)
Human Skull, Numbered
‘Wilma’ Wound Foot
Respiratory Organs (6 pieces, life-size)
Blood Pressure Units and Stethoscopes
The LRC has iPads available to borrow for full-time students and staff. The iPads are loaded with anatomy apps and borrowers are welcome to download apps from their personal iTunes accounts.
iPads can be borrowed for a period of one week.
Speak to LRC staff in person if you would like to borrow an iPad. Contact us anytime with questions or suggestions.
Michener Library and Learning Resource Centre will accommodate students, staff and faculty with disabilities to access resources and services.
Retrieving Items from Shelves
Library staff will be happy to retrieve materials from shelves that are not physically accessible to our users with disabilities. Please provide a list of call numbers to staff at the circulation desk. We will retrieve the items immediately if possible, but there may be a delay of up to 24 hours if staffing is limited. If you would like to have material available for pick-up at a certain time, please provide us with the call numbers ahead of time either in person, by phone, or by emailing email@example.com.
A self-service photocopier is available in the LRC and can be used with Michener student ID. You can request assistance from LRC staff in use of the photocopier.
Requesting Alternate Formats for Print Materials in the Library
Handouts and user guides can be provided in accessible formats upon request.
Users with print disabilities who require a few pages or chapters of a library book or articles in journals in electronic format can ask LRC staff to assist with scanning the required material.
Users with print disabilities who require an entire library book should make the request as early as possible. LRC staff will arrange to scan requests or obtain a digital copy of the required material from the publisher.
You don’t have to be a student, faculty, or staff at Michener to be a member of the LRC. Just follow these steps to join:
- Complete an application form.
- Present personal identification.
- Pay the annual membership fee of $50.00.
A membership card will be issued. Please present this card to check out items.
Books and journals may be borrowed for 2 weeks. Exceptions:
- Short term loan books may be used within the LRC only. They can be found behind the circulation station.
- Audiovisual materials may be viewed within the LRC only.
Up to three renewals are possible, unless another borrower has requested the item. Renew items by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discover Our Resources
Membership allows registered patrons to borrow print items from our Circulating Collection and Periodical Collection. All other materials are available for use on-site.
Our catalogue facilitates searching our book and audiovisual collections, eBooks, Dry Lab collection, and print and electronic journal titles. This includes our collection of examination review guides, laboratory standards, and government documents.
Full-text electronic journals and indexes (PubMed, CINAHL) are accessible to members on-site.
Photocopying is not available to Members, but you may scan documents at no charge. Scanning is subject to the limits of the fair dealing provision in the Copyright Act.