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Records Management

Welcome to the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio’s Records Management page. From this page you can access the University’s Records Retention Schedule, find answers to frequently asked questions, and print forms used in records management such as the Records Disposition Log. You can also view a schedule of training classes in records management.

Questions should be sent to Owen Ellard, Senior Director of Libraries, at Ellard@uthscsa.edu or 210-567-2413.

Registration & Renewal for Library Borrowing

For information about borrower categories and services, visit Library Policies.

The above borrower categories are able to register online for borrowing privileges.

TexShare cardholders and Courtesy Borrowers should visit the Libraries in person to register for borrowing.

  • Registration expires on August 31 of each year and must be renewed annually. Please check with the Circulation Desk (210-567-2440) for your status.
  • Interlibrary Loan & Document Delivery services are available only for individuals requesting information for personal or academic research and may not be used by health professionals on behalf of law firms, corporations, or other organizations.

For assistance or further information about registration, contact us:

Circulation Desk
Voice: 210-567-2440
Fax: 210-567-1044
email: AskaLibrarian@uthscsa.edu

 

Resources for Alumni & Health Professionals

How to Access Information Off-Campus

Resources for Distance Learning Students

Resources for Faculty

Resources for Public & Community

Resources for Staff

Resources for Students

Save the Dates for Student Appreciation Week!

 

For more information, contact Peg Seger: segerp@uthscsa.edu 

 

School of Dentistry Liaison Librarian Greets 330 Area Students at 2017 Science Expo

 

On November 11, Christy Tyson, Liaison to the School of Dentistry, provided outreach services at the 2017 Health Science Expo held at the Holly Auditorium, where there were 330 visitors. The Expo targets area high school students, their teachers, guidance counselors, and parents and seeks to inform them of the exciting aspects of health science librarianship and access points for NIH resources. PubMed and MedlinePlus were two of the resources demonstrated and literature was available for further reference. Christy also provided several hands-on opportunities to those who visited the library’s table, including manipulation of 3D prints of anatomical structures and online VR modules created for current courses offered at UT Health.