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Welcome

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.

Finding Funding with Pivot Workshop

Thursday, May 6, 2021, 12:00-1:00 pm.
Host: Liza Scarborough, Director of Faculty Development, Office of the Vice President for Research.
Co-hosts, STEM Librarians: Meryl Brodsky, Liz DeHart, and Larayne Dallas.

The Office of the VP for Research and UT Libraries are teaming up to bring information about finding funding opportunities to faculty, researchers, and research administrators. 
Join us for an exploration of Pivot, the funding opportunity database, and how it can help both early and later career scholars find a variety of government, non-profit, foundation and commercial funding.

Services at a Glance

The Marine Science Library is open for UT faculty, students, and staff from Monday-Friday, 8:00am to 9:00pm as STUDY SPACE ONLY.

Maximum occupancy is 15.

NO face-to-face service from staff.

NO stack browsing allowed.

Students, faculty and staff can request a scan of book chapters or articles. We are unable to make scans for unafilliated researchers or other libraries.

Drop books/materials in Book Return Bin outside library doors.

Requests filled for electronic material only.

LIBRARY CATALOG - Search the library catalog for books, ebooks, & media
(use Chrome or Firefox when searching online resources)

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

Please check the Library Catalog to be sure we don't have the desired item. Currently, orders for print format are added to a wishlist.

https://www.lib.utexas.edu/find-borrow-request/suggest

iThenticate by Turnitin, a plagiarism detection software, is offered by The Graduate School of the University of Texas at Austin.

SciENcv - a tool to help researchers gather their professional information by creating biographical sketches for federal funded grants. 

NSF-approved format for preparation of the biographical sketch.  

NSF recorded a webinar on the use of NSF-approved formats.

NSF-Approved Formats for Current and Pending Support. 

 FAQ, using SciENcv.

UT Libraries SciENcv LibGuide, for more information.

LibGuide for information regarding PubMed.

UT Zoom - How to set up, learn, teach, work, schedule and more.

NEW - From: Information Technology Services (ITS) Campus Solutions -
What’s Changing and When?
Beginning Tuesday April 13, the “only authenticated users can join meetings” setting in the central UT Austin Zoom tenant will be unlocked and meeting hosts will have the ability to choose a security setting that best fits their use case. This change was made possible by a recent Zoom enhancement adding a new setting that forces meeting hosts to choose at least one of the following options to secure their meeting: 

  • Require authentication to join (which will remain enabled by default)
  • Waiting room (client version 5.4 required)
  • Meeting passcode

 This change has been a frequent request by faculty and staff who regularly meet with individuals not associated with UT Austin. Meeting hosts will now have the ability to remove the “require authentication to join” setting, but then must choose to use the waiting room and/or passcode option before creating the meeting.

 Action Required
No action is required. All meetings will continue to be secured by the authentication requirement unless disabled. Settings can be changed on a meeting-by-meeting basis or within the Zoom portal (https://utexas.zoom.us).  

For More Information
Meeting security: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360034675592

Waiting room: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115000332726

Passcodes: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/360033559832-Meeting-and-webinar-passcodes

Questions?
If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact the Service Desk at 512-475-9400 or help@utexas.edu.

 DAVID M. MOSS, Senior IT Manager
The University of Texas at Austin | Information Technology Services
512-471-9066 | utexas.edu

DUO LibGuide - Accessing online library resources

Planning for a Near Normal Fall

UT Austin Continues COVID-19 Protocols - UT Austin will continue following all current COVID-19 safety protocols outlined in Protecting Texas Together. The decision – including required masks in buildings, classrooms, and labs – is in accordance with the most recent guidance from the Texas Education Agency.

All UT and UTL safety protocols remain in place and we expect this situation to continue largely as is through the summer sessions.

UTL planning for returning to work on campus will continue to be deliberate, flexible and focused on the health and safety of library staff and users. 

Library Services During COVID

Pick It Up - for requesting materials from Austin

Libraries Services Continuity - Up-to-date information

Strict guidelines associated with the agreement:

  • no access to or loaning of physical items duplicated in HathiTrust
  • no InterLibrary loans of these duplicates
  • no scanning of them from any branch.

How to check out HathiTrust ebooks

Example of TITLE from library catalog indicating HathiTrust link.

COVID-19, Sources

UT Austin COVID-19 Dashboard

Campus Open Status

Resuming Research Operations on Campus (Research Restart)

CNS Research Restart

The Commons (UT Faculty Innovation Center) - Instructional Continuity, Find practical online/blended course planning strategies

UT FIC Calendar of Events

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.

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)

The best materials to build a homemade filtration mask
By Mihai Andrei on Apr 06, 2020 04:06 pm

How to make your own, improvised, effective filtration face mask
By Mihai Andrei on Apr 07, 2020 01:47 pm

Service Alert, *New*: The Marine Science Library is open as STUDY SPACE ONLY for MSI faculty, students and staff. NO face-to-face patron service. Contact library staff for assistance by email.

Marine Science Librarian

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Liz DeHart
Pronouns: she/her/hers
Contact:
I continue to work remotely, with some days on campus. Please continue to contact me for assistance by email or phone.

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Port Aransas, TX 78373
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