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College of Osteopathic Medicine

Research Help

Please contact:

Arwen Meador

Emailajmeador@shsu.edu

Phone: 936-202-5305

Office: COM facility, 4th Floor, Office 415A

Library Resource and Research Guide

This guide is designed to support the learning and research activities of students in the DO program at the College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Use the menu on the left to uncover resources essential for performing research in Medicine. 

Off-Campus AccessUse your University credentials (Sam ID) to access library resources off-campus.  More technical help for students is available from IT@Sam at: IT Sam resources for students

Library Services

College Library

The College of Osteopathic Medicine (COM) maintains a library space in the facility located in Conroe, TX and provides access to resources, including: computers, printer/copier/scanner, some print materials, and anatomical models (for in-library use only).  

Location

COM Facility, 4th Floor, Room 408

*Hours

M-F, 9:00 am-4:00 pm 

Librarian

Arwen Meador

 

 

 

 

                                                                                            

 

*The College Library will be staffed during days and hours indicated but students can access the space with their University ID 24 hrs.  


University Library

The University's Newton Gresham Library is located on the main campus in Huntsville, TX and all library services are available to medical students.  

Core library services include:

Borrowing Books

Interlibrary Loan

General Research Help

Students can borrow books beginning the first day of class.  

Books can be renewed online.

Students can request materials from other libraries. 

Ask A Librarian offers students help in a variety of ways, including chat, text, email and more.  

 

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