Welcome to the Health Sciences Library & Informatics Center. HSLIC is now operating in our Yellow Phase. The following services will be offered during this phase:
For details regarding HSLIC’s phased reopening, visit our COVID-19 & Library Services information in this guide.
Phone: 505-272-2311 or contact the Public Services Email
We appreciate everyone’s patience as we transition into this new phase. All of HSLIC’s electronic resources are available 24/7, and virtual library services are available 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday.
In order to provide greater access to HSLIC resources, the library is providing contactless pickup for certain items from the library's physical collection.
Due to limited operations while the Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center building remains closed, print materials on Course Reserves will not circulate. To assist faculty in making course reserves material available to students, we will provide a new Scanning & Permanent Link service starting Wednesday, July 1, 2020. Faculty members can now submit requests for course reserves material to be scanned for use in their course by filling out the Scanning and Permanent Link Request Form.
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.