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Announcements

We are making changes to our authentication service. Let Helena VonVille know if you have any problems! (April 16, 2015)

If you have tried to access an ejournal or online database lately, you might have experienced issues with access.  We have migrated to the new system to authenticate our users and, of course, there are issues.  If you discover a kink, please let Helena VonVille know, either by email or by calling: 713-500-9131.  In order to fix the problem, Helena needs to know: Were you on a PC in Houston or one of the regional campuses, or were you trying to access an item remotely?  What you were trying to access?  If a journal article-- what journal, what year, what article?  Were you in Blackboard or Canvas when you clicked on a link to an item?  Any information you can provide will greatly aid in our ability to figure out what went wrong.  Thank you for your assistance.

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) access from Online Databases (March 24, 2015)

We are working on getting our ILL system to play nice with our online databases.  (See the above announcement.) If you try to submit an Interlibrary Loan and it doesn't appear to work, consider submitting it yourself by going directly to ILLiad and entering the information manually.  We hope to have this problem resolved very quickly.

Check out BrowZine to read research journals on your phone or tablet!

Want to read research journals on your phone or tablet?  Check out BrowZine, an application that lets you create your own bookshelf of journals. You can download BrowZine from the Apple App Store, Google Play and Amazon Appstore.

The course reserves for Spring_2015 (pdf) is now available.

Do you work on a military base, in a hospital, or for a federal, state, or local government agency? You may not be able to access Library resources remotely without using the Virtual Private Network (VPN).