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OCCT 7005: Occupational Therapy Process: Mental Health: Finding Articles

Interlibrary Loan (ILL)

Never pay for an article. Request it through lnterlibrary Loan. A free service for UT Health SA students and affiliated users. 

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How to create an account.


BrowZine allows you to:

  • Easily browse e-journals online or via the mobile app 
  • Create a personalized collection of your favorite journals
  • Be alerted when new articles are published in your favorite journals
  • Save articles for offline reading

See the BrowZine LibGuide for more information.

Use Interlibrary Loan to request journals in print, articles, book chapters, and more.

What is LibKey Nomad?

A browser extension that gives you fast, one-click access to scholarly articles.

LibKey Nomad

  • automatically provides instant links to articles from journals subscribed to by your library – and Open Access sources – connecting you to literature discovered on the web.
  • works with your library to determine the fastest path to content across thousands of publishers and millions of articles.
  • adds support to PubMed, Wikipedia and hundreds of other scholarly publisher websites and research databases.

Note: LibKey Nomad works for items with a DOI or PMID. 

LibKey Nomad - Browser Extension

Add the browser extension that links to full-text at Briscoe Library when you search the web.

After downloading the extension, use these instructions to set up:

  1. Click the button above. From the Third iron website, click on your favorite browsers.
  2. Click on the “Add to” button inside the browser window, and follow the pop-ups to finish the installation.
  3. A box will ask you to choose your institution.
  4. Under “Select Institution”, type in UT Health and click on “UT Health San Antonio” from the suggestions.
  5. You will see a green box that says “Library Selection Saved!” That’s it.


The HSCLink in PubMed will take you to the article through the UT Health San Antonio Libraries, and should let you access the full text. 

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