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Civil War Exhibits

From mid-October to mid-December, the Health Science Center Library will be hosting a variety of exhibits and programming on the theme of Civil War medicine. More info at http://guides.uflib.ufl.edu/civilwarexhibits This programming […]

HSC Library Technology Survey

Tell us how the library can support your use of technology! What kind of smartphone or tablet are you using? What apps and web-based resources are you using? How can […]

Library classes

The Health Science Center Library will offer the following workshops this term, independent of registered coursework and open to all. Please register at least 24 hours in advance by clicking […]

Follow Us on Social Media!

Stay up to date with the latest technology, services, and activities that the HSC Library has to offer – follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UFHSCL/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/UFHSCL […]

Four Options for Full Text

UF offers 4 methods for obtaining full text of documents: Links in our databases The UF Libraries Catalog UBorrow Interlibrary Loan To use these options, you must be connected via […]

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