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Hopefully this guide can assist you in finding better resources, whether they are from books, journals, or websites. Choose from one of the tabs above to gain access to some of the many resources available to you through the Library.
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Please contact the liaison librarian for the School of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering for any questions or for research assistance: Amy.Scheelke@slcc.edu.
Find over 5,000 scholarly peer-reviewed journals, magazines, reports, multimedia sources and more on life, earth, agricultural, and environmental sciences. Full-text articles included.
Off Campus Access
Current students, faculty, and staff can access all electronic library resources off campus, it’s easy! When prompted, just enter your MySLCC username and password and you’re all set to explore our resources.
You also use your MySLCC credentials to login to the Library Catalog to access your library account to place holds or renew materials. If you have any questions, contact the Reference Desk at 801-957-4610.
Search and read FULL-TEXT from high-impact bioscience research journals. Most of BioOne's titles are published by small societies and non-commercial publishers, and focus on the biological, ecological and environmental sciences as well as geology and paleontology.
From the world's largest medical library, National Library of Medicine. Covers over 500 diseases and conditions. Lists of hospitals and physicians, a medical encyclopedia and dictionaries, health information in Spanish, extensive information on prescription and nonprescription drugs, health information from the media, and links to thousands of clinical trials.
From the large medical library and the creator of the MEDLINE database, this gives an alphabetical list of topics for more than 300 specific diseases, conditions, & other issues. Special Feature: this website has hundreds of online "surgery videos."
Each topic page has links to authoritative information on that subject, as well as linking to a MEDLINE search to retrieve journal article citations (with some links to the full-text articles).
Also see the EBSCOhost Medline database.