Attention Health Science Students and Faculty!

Did you know that UTC has access to UpToDate?

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UpToDate is a premier resource used by health professionals to obtain answers to clinical questions. Continuously updated, it includes over 77,000 pages of original, peer-reviewed content. Experts synthesize relevant information to provide practical recommendations for diagnosis and treatment of numerous medical conditions.

Coverage includes adult primary care, internal medicine specialities, obstetrics and gynecology, surgery, and pediatrics. Lexi-Interact database of drug interactions is also included.

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New! Taylor and Francis Medical Library Journals

The Library now has access to 200+ high quality medical journals from Taylor and Francis.

Go to Taylor and Francis Online

Journals include:

These journals can be searched here or via WorldCat Discovery.

A full list of the new journals can be downloaded here.

Access over 500 ebooks from Harvard University Press!

The Library has access to over 500 ebooks from Harvard University Press:

Our collection is from 2010-2015 and has significant coverage in history, economics, social sciences, literary studies, religion, philosophy, and law.
Go to Harvard University Press

Some intriguing titles include:

The Romani Gypsies

The Romani Gypsies

Policing Sexuality

Policing Sexuality

Nuclear Iran

Nuclear Iran

Childhood Obesity in America

Childhood Obesity in America

As is the case with most ebooks at UTC, Harvard titles contain no digital rights management, can be used by unlimited numbers of faculty/staff/students, and are downloadable in PDF format at the chapter level.

Celebrate Women’s History Month with Marilyn Lloyd

Celebrate the recent primary elections and Women’s History Month with Marilyn Lloyd’s papers and correspondence housed in Special Collections. Congresswoman Lloyd became the first woman ever elected to Congress from Tennessee for a full term.

Re-elect Marilyn Lloyd to Congress

Re-elect Marilyn Lloyd to Congress bumper sticker, Marilyn Lloyd papers and correspondence, Special Collections, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga

Marilyn Lloyd’s collection documents her 20 years of service as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Tennessee’s third Congressional District from 1974 to 1994. The collection includes congressional records, copies of speeches, campaign flyers, and letters from constituents among other items. For her entire career, Lloyd served on the Committee on Science, Space and Technology, which had jurisdiction over much of the legislation related to the atomic energy facilities at Oak Ridge in her district. Her records related to Hamilton County cover projects as varied as the development of Chattanooga’s Warehouse Row and the Walnut Street Bridge to the Chickamauga Dam and the Aquarium.