A toolkits’ main purpose is to guide the user to useful resources for their specific program and researching needs. They are built specifically to help students find the necessary material for their classes, including: eBooks, journals, databases, useful websites, and helpful video tutorials.
Library toolkits are not static products. They are constantly being edited and updated based on the acquisition of new material and requests from students and faculty alike. There are plans to add evidence-based practice resources, as well as to create more tutorial videos on how to use PubMed, Clinical Key, DynaMed Plus and many other databases.
When you have the time, look at your toolkit specific to your program. It is your one stop shop to find all your necessary resources.