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Access to Library Resources
Students who are enrolled in distance programs or are unable to get to the Library in person are still able to take advantage of the library's collections and services. Distance learners include:
- students living outside of San Antonio or Laredo area who are currently enrolled in a UT Health Science Center course and are not attending any class that meets in person as least once a week
- students and residents who are on rotation at sites outside of San Antonio
- doctoral candidates who have completed course work and are living outside San Antonio or Laredo area
LibGuides and Research
LibGuides provide useful guidance, links, and information UT Health students and faculty need throughout their research and writing processes. Search through our LibGuides page or view some popular guides below:
Available for UT Health affiliates for $99.00 through TechZone. For more information, see the EndNote libguide.
Zotero is an application that collects, managers, and cites research sources. It works in any OS, connects with your browser, and is free to use. For more information, see the Zotero guide.