As the academic year comes to a close, the Health Sciences and Human Services Library would like graduating students to know what resources they can use after graduation.
Journals and databases: Alumni retain access to HS/HSL’s electronic resources for two months after graduation. After that, you will need to visit the Library to use the on-site computers.
RefWorks: If you have saved references in RefWorks, consider migrating them to a freely available tool so you do not lose them when your access expires two months after graduation. Two free options, Mendeley and Zotero, are described on our Other Citation Managers page.
Free databases: Once your electronic access expires, you will still have access to public databases for literature, drug information, and more. A few examples are highlighted here in the May 2018 Connective Issues. Additionally, be sure to investigate what resources you have through your new workplace and any professional organizations of which you are a member.