The Library Trends Committee is proud to present the results of our 2016-17 library trends survey. The survey received 377 responses and we want to thank everyone who took the time to complete it. This data will help inform the Library’s planning efforts. If you are curious about how your fellow students, staff, and faculty answered the questions then please take a look at the completed survey data PDF.
Plumbing repairs are complete and the library is reopen as of 3 pm, Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016.
Due to a busted pipe, the library will be closed Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016 from 10 am, so repairs can be made.
The library should reopen at 8am, Monday, November 21, 2016.
UTHSC faculty, staff and students can now download EndNote X8 from the UTK Office of Information Technology. NetID is required to download the program. Once you log in, choose Thomson Reuters as the vendor to download EndNote program.
An overview of EndNote X8 and other details are available on our EndNote guide.
- Message from Interim Director: Metamorphosis
- Library at Tech Fair
- Chronicle of Higher Education
- Walk in Wednesdays
- Gamifying Research
- How May I Assist
- Richard Nollan Retires
- Chat Service
- New Student Workers
- St. Jude Walk / Run
In order to make our services more useful, the UTHSC Library needs to gauge student and faculty interest/knowledge about new library technology trends.
Pathophysiology of Blood Disorders, 2nd edition is now available through the library’s subscription to AccessMedicine.
Teaching Rounds : A Visual Aid to Teaching Internal Medicine Pearls on the Wards is now available through the library’s subscription to AccessMedicine.
The latest edition of Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment is now available through the library’s subscription to AccessMedicine.