Teaching Workshops & Seminars (Non-ISU groups)

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Health care professionals, institutions, and organizations may request development and delivery of specialized workshops and seminars. If Library staffing and resources are available, the Library will provide a written quotation of estimated costs to conduct the workshops or seminars.

Revision as of 22:09, 20 December 2007

Description:

Health care professionals, institutions, and organizations may request development and delivery of specialized workshops and seminars. If Library staffing and resources are available, the Library will provide a written quotation of estimated costs to conduct the workshops or seminars.


Available to:

Everyone


Fees:

If Library staffing and resources are available, the Library will provide a written quotation of estimated costs to conduct the workshops or seminars. These costs may include at a minimum:

  • librarian's salary and fringe benefits for time spent preparing, traveling, teaching
  • library equipment use
  • materials and supplies, including handouts
  • travel costs

The minimum fee is $100.00.


Disclaimer: Idaho Health Sciences Library (IHSL) services are provided on a cost-recovery, non-profit basis. The Idaho Health Sciences Library and Idaho State University assume no responsibility for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of the information provided or any damages resulting from its use. Information or service received from the IHSL is not to be construed as a substitute for the advice of a qualified health care professional.


Questions? Email us at ihsl@isu.edu or call 282-4686 or 1-800-363-4781.


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