HSLIC has a Virtual Reality Lab located on the 4th Floor which provides an ideal space for VR use. We also offer Oculus Quest 2 units for checkout (3 day loan period) which are standalone units that are ready to operate without any account setup required. Our VR guide is an excellent resource for more information.
HSLIC has purchased the Ultimaker S5 printer, which is a 3D printer. For further information, please take a look at our 3D printing guide.
HSLIC now has a virtual anatomy table which provides users an opportunity to practice anatomy using an intuitive touchscreen. Please see our Anatomage Table guide for more information.
Print Course Reserves are currently available 24/7 on the 2nd floor! Please check out items at the front desk during service hours, or use at your discretion after hours—items can be returned to the Return Cart when finished. A book scanner is available in the student computing area to scan any sections of course materials you may need. Electronic reserves can be used at any time and can be found by searching for your course or instructor in our Course Reserves module. Check out our Course Reserves Guide for more information on how to access your course materials or how to reserve items for your course.
Interlibrary Loan (ILL) allows affiliated users to obtain research materials not available at HSLIC by requesting them from other libraries. These resources include journal articles, books, and conference proceedings. This service also provides delivery of HSLIC-owned books or scanned articles to other U.S. libraries. This service is available Monday - Friday from 8:00 am-5:00pm.
While we are still operating in a largely virtual capacity, there are still many ways to get the services you are used to at HSLIC.
If you need reference support, request support via chat, submit a question, request an appointment, or request a literature search from our faculty and staff members. All information can be found on our Ask A Librarian page.
For teaching faculty (in any educational setting, including clinical) librarians are available to teach sessions on various topics that meet the needs of your learners. This can include:
Librarians will work with you to conduct a need’s assessment and better address any requirements for the course. For more information on booking a session you can reach out to Ingrid Hendrix, Division Head for Research, Education, and Clinical Information Services.
The WEPA printing service is a cloud-based printing service that serves UNM HSC campus. Patrons with HSC or UNM login credentials can print from the student computing area or from their own personal devices. Members of the public can print by signing up for computer access at the Public Services desk or using a personal device. There is more information on printing for members of the public on our Community Patrons guide.
HSLIC has two print kiosks on the second floor and one printing kiosk in the third floor collaboratory.
All enrolled HSC students who currently pay the HSC Library and Technology Fee are given a $10 print credit every fall and spring term. The credits are automatically issued to students’ UNM HSC wēpa accounts and may be accessed from HSC or UNM wēpa printers. The fall credit is available from July 1 through December 31, and the spring credit is available from January 1 through June 30, based on current enrollment status. Remaining print credits do not carry over from prior terms and are not refundable
If you have any trouble logging in to the printer (and you know that your HSC Net ID and password are valid) contact WEPA directly at 1-800-675-7639 or support.wepanow.com and they will be able to assist you.