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Health Library

All things pertaining to the Health Library (HB101)

Special Resources Due to COVID-19

The University Libraries are open and welcome visitors with the expectation that all will follow pandemic-related health and safety practices.

For questions or other assistance, call (765) 285-5143 or email maincirc@bsu.edu.

Online resources and virtual library services are available through this website.

About & Hours

The Health Library (HLib) is located on the first floor near the main entrance of the Health Professions Building in room HB 101.  It provides on-site access to health- and medicine-specific research materials and services for students, clinicians, and researchers in fields of medical and health science-related study including nursing, nutrition, audiology, speech pathology, social work, and counseling psychology. 

The HLib also provides access to a full-service circulation point; users may return and renew most library materials from any University Libraries location, pick up books on hold/recalled materials, and check on account information.

Hours

  • Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

  • Friday: 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.

  • Saturday: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

  • Sunday: 1 p.m.-9 p.m.

For more information about holiday and break hours go to the Main Libraries hours page and click on the Do Research tab.

Searching the Collection: OneSearch

Searching the Collection: OneSearch

Use OneSearch to search or browse for any of the items in the collection. If you know the title, enter it in the search box: 

To browse the collection: 

  1. In OneSearch, click the search button without entering search terms.
  2. Limit your search to the Library Catalog.
  3. Use the content type facet on the left to limit your search to the type of material you need (e.g. DVD, book/ebook). OR use the library location facet to limit to a specific SHSL collection (e.g. anatomy models, journals).
  4. Use other facets, such as publication date, genre, subject, or discipline, to further refine your search.
  5. Make note of the call number and find it on the shelf (for books) or bring it to the SHSL service counter (everything else).