This guide provides information about the services and resources available for Medical Laboratory Sciences students at University of Wyoming, Casper. Additional credible web resources are also list as a quick reference.
Library Basics provides a number of video tutorials about using the online library at William R. Coe Library, located at the University of Wyoming Libraries.
Article Databases offers links and tutorials to databases available that will aid students needing peer reviewed journal articles for writing assignments. Links to full text articles are available through the databases, online subscriptions and our Request IT services, which provides materials available through other libraries.
Books offers a small sample of books available in print and electronic format that are relevant to topics covered in the Medical Laboratory Sciences Program.
Journals is a listing of the scholarly, peer-reviewed publications that are standard in the field of medical laboratory science and pathology. Respected and useful trade journals are listed as well.
Images provides links to freely available images on the web for various clinical sub-disciplines.
Style Guides offers links to online examples and guides to style guides used in college and professional writing.
Government & Professional Resources page provides links to associations, organizations, and government sites of importance to the medical laboratory student. This page also includes information about the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA).
Laboratory Tests and Protocols are links to resources on standard protocols (procedures) freely available on the web.
Calculators & Math are links to on-line scientific and clinical calculators useful in the field of healthcare, as well as books and websites that offer review of important concepts in laboratory mathematics.
Websites are links to reputable sources of information on the Web.
This library guide was primarily written by Harry L. Whitlock (who is also a Medical Technologist (ASCP)) with guidance from Jenny Garcia. Thanks to Wade Lee (University of Toledo) and Courtney Miller (Jefferson College of Health Sciences) for permission to reuse and modify their original library guides.