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The Marine Science Library is located at the University of Texas Marine Science Institute in Port Aransas. This guide is intended to help you find the materials and resources needed for your research. Other guides are listed HERE.

Keep up-to-date for Fall 2020 

Resuming Research Operations on Campus (Research Restart)

CNS Research Restart

Users will now be prompted to use DUO when accessing the Libraries' resources remotely.  
More information > DUO LibGuide


TexLibris: Pivot to a New Environment
Staff had to help lead on a herculean effort to transform a library built largely for person-to-person interactions into a platform for digital resources and services.

Library Catalog - Search the library catalog for books, ebooks, & media

Journals - Find a journal, newspaper, or magazine by title

Information for Fall Semester 2020 course reserves scan.

In lieu of physical reserves, the UT Libraries is providing a service to scan Libraries materials essential to Fall 2020 courses. Faculty and course instructors may PLACE REQUESTS and will receive materials to host in their Canvas courses.

Please check the Library Catalog to be sure we don't have the desired item. Orders for print format will be added to a wishlist.

Guide for information regarding PubMed.

A great tutorial for setting up and using UT Zoom.


Zoom Changes, April 1, 2020

Free or UT account? Having trouble entering a meeting/class/consult?

First check what account you're using and if it isn't the UT one, download the desktop app again and sign in using the UT single sign on. These instructions - help with both. Scroll down to "Verify that you're signed in with your UT Zoom account" and if you aren't, scroll up to "signing in for the first time" for instructions.

If you are holding a Zoom meeting with people from outside UT, you can still let them in easily. When you schedule the meeting initially in Zoom, go into the settings and change them to allow non-authenticated users to join.

COVID-19, Sources


UT FIC Calendar of Events

Instructional Continuity - RESOURCES for FACULTY to transition for online teaching.

Panopto - video platform for creating course materials; asynchronous materials such as video recording, lecturing with PowerPoint, and automatically captioned videos; offers live streaming for synchronous lecture capture and one-way audio and video delivery to students, interacting via Canvas Chat.


During the current situation affecting all of us, UT Libraries is committed in providing our users with ongoing services. As we adjust in working remotely, please know a librarian is available to help with the services you need in various ways of communication.

Access Textbooks, Ebooks, and more ...

Connect to resources temporarily opened in response to COVID-19 and courses moving online.  

UT COVID-19 Updates - Check for daily updates

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Dell Medical Librarian's Guide to Resources about the Coronavirus

WHO. Global research on coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Real-Time Tracking Map - Johns Hopkins University's Center for Systems Science and Engineering

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Marine Science Librarian

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Liz DeHart
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I am working remotely until further notice. Please contact me for assistance.

The University of Texas Marine Science Institute
Marine Science Library
750 Channel View Dr.
Port Aransas, TX 78373

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