OT students LOVE the HSL because of its abundant resources, knowledgeable and helpful staff, and cozy atmosphere. The “Ask Us” feature is one of the most intuitive and useful aspects of the HSL that sets it apart from other libraries on campus. There’s nothing better than knowing that the library has your back when you are in full-on panic mode trying to find an obscure article. At the end of the day, whether you need to study or just take a break in the relaxation room on the 4th floor, HSL is a safe haven for students. Much Love,
Everyone in the HSL library was so friendly and helpful! As future Occupational Therapists, finding relevant and up to date resources from both a medical and social perspective is very important to us. After attending an HSL orientation session and completing the scavenger hunt, we know that the Health Sciences Library has everything that we’ll need during our time here at UNC!
My top three list for what I love about my HSL: 1. Ease of access – Every service and resource here is super accessible, and if you aren’t sure how to find or locate it? No worries! Because the library staff is readily available to help! 2. Individual study options – The amount of space and variety of options for personal study time is awesome. Especially for a student like me who is most productive when at the library (not home!). 3. Group study options – The fact that group space is readily available without a reservation or that it can be reserved online is a wonderful convenience that I fully plan on taking advantage of! Well, I could keep going, but I promised to stop at three. So there you have it, my top three reasons for why I love my HSL.
— Booking it to the Library! (Occupational Therapy scavenger hunt team)
My scavenger hunt team loves the Ask a Librarian feature! It’s so helpful to have a multitude of ways to contact a librarian, including the very convenient live chat option. We’ll definitely be taking advantage of this option as we begin to tackle research assignments.
– Student, “Out of Towners” Scavenger Hunt team (Division of Occupational Science and OccupationalTherapy)