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Among other things, you will find

  • help using UT Libraries resources--databases, journals, books--to search for health sciences information, as well as recommended websites
  • help using citation managers such as EndNote and Zotero

HOW TO: Accessing BoardVitals

HOW TO: Accessing PharmacyLibrary

Several users have reported not being able to access the NAPLEX and/or Active Learning Exercise portions of PharmacyLibrary. We apologize for the inconvenience.

If you are a faculty member trying to access the Instructor-Only pages of the Active Learning Exercises, you must create a PharmacyLibrary personal account, and request faculty access from APhA ( APhA will manually enable access to these pages.  They will also grant access to case study answer keys, PharmacotherapyFirst faculty materials, and more.

If you are a student trying to access the NAPLEX review, there is a two-step authentication process--first through the UT Libraries and then by signing into your personal account.

To access PharmacyLibrary, please always try these steps:

  1. Always access PharmacyLibrary from this link:
  2. Sign into your personal account. If you don’t have one, register and create one. You don’t have to be a member of APhA to do so.

If you continue to experience access issues, please email Include screenshots of any access messages you get.

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