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Materials Located at the Library
Books, journals, DVDs, and CDs are available for use at the J.E. & L.E. Mabee Library. These materials, except for journals, may be checked out by IWHS and SACHS dual credit students.
Dual credit students are considered undergraduate students for purposes of checkout policies and loan periods.
Welcome to the Research Guide for High School Dual Credit Students
Incarnate Word High School and St. Anthony Catholic High School students currently registered for dual credit courses at the University of the Incarnate Word are authorized to access UIW Libraries research resources to support their work in these courses. These resources include databases, journals, videos, and other materials in both physical and electronic formats.
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- UIW students, faculty, and staff have access to ALL electronic resources from off-campus.
- When accessing materials via the UIW Libraries' site, you will be prompted to verify that you are a current UIW student, faculty, or staff member by signing in with your UIW username and password:
- After signing in, you will have access to all UIW-only resources and other online content until your Web browser session is ended.
- UIW Libraries online resources may be accessed after signing in to an on-campus computer or device connected to the UIW network without additional user verification.|
To get help, please contact the UIW Libraries Reference Desk at 210-829-3835, via Library Chat, by text to 210-526-0776, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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