The Library has staff available to assist you on all three floors. If you need research help, stop by the 2nd floor reference desk to speak to one of our librarians. For more ways to access help, see our Research Help page.
This guide is an introduction to the resources the Tyree Library provides to Santa Fe College students taking Sciences for Health Programs courses.
If you need a more general introduction to library research, try Research 101.
If you need help with your research, please contact the Health Sciences Librarian, Jenna Miller (352-395-5329), or the Reference Desk (352-395-5409).
Where to Find Articles
Shows how to access the library databases and describes the databases most useful for sciences for health.
How to Search
Describes search strategies from the basics of identifying keywords and subject headings to more advanced search strategies in CINAHL.
How to Find Books
Shows how to locate books in the library catalog. Includes lists of recommended books, call numbers, and subject headings.
How to Find eBooks
Shows how to locate eBooks in the library catalog and databases. Includes lists of recommended eBooks and preset searches.
Provides access to Visible Body, a virtual 3D human anatomy and physiology atlas.
How to Find Information on the Web
Provides information on PubMed, web search tips, and suggested websites.
Contains all of the video tutorials embedded throughout this guide in one place.
APA Guide: 7th Edition
Links out to the full APA Citation Guide for the 7th edition (2020), which provides tips on paper formatting and citation components, in addition to a wealth of sample in-text citations and references list entries.
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