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Reference books and databases; Using TAMU resources; Contact information for individual help
Library Catalog, ebook sources; TexShare Cards (for using other libraries)
Recommended databases; journals available online/in the library; what is a scholarly journal.
Help with citing your sources correctly.
Standard Criteria for AVMA-CVTEA Essential & Recommended Skills
The Standard Criteria provide the veterinary technology student with directions for performing those essential and recommended skills that are specified by the AVMA-CVTEA.
- Skills with an asterisk (*) are required skills.
- Skills in italics are psychomotor or hands-on skills.
- Skills in plain print are knowledge-based skills.
Blinn Allied Health Students & TAMU Medical Sciences Library
Students who are in Blinn College Allied Health Programs may also use the Texas A&M Medical Sciences Library (MSL).
Blinn Allied Health Program student may:
Come to MSL to use the study space
Check out materials using a TexShare card, or apply for a MSL community user card (normal fee will be waived)
Get a temporary login for a day with a photo id that will allow them:
- Use the computers
- Access the resources (databases, etc.) available to A&M students
- Print for a fee
Bring your Blinn Allied Health program ID if you wish to use MSL resources!
Because of license agreements, Blinn students do not have off-campus access to TAMU electronic journals or databases.
Want to be able to check out books from just about any college or university library in Texas?
Blinn students, staff, and faculty members:
Apply for your TexShare Card at any Blinn Library location. An official photo-ID, such as Blinn College ID or Driver's license, is required.
Reference Books In the Library
Note: an R in front of a call number indicates the item is located in the Reference section.
Librarian Bryan Campus
Bryan Campus Library