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Ophthalmology: Home

This library research guide is designed to help you find the materials you need related to your study of Ophthalmology.  It includes resources available through the University of Florida Libraries and other reputable resources online.

The tabs above provide links to different types of resources to help you fill your information needs. Feel free to contact me at apomputius@ufl.edu if you need any help. Thanks for visiting!

How can I access information resources available at UF?

Access to electronic resources should be seamless from any UF networked computer. Note that some computers in Shands may require remote access.

Eligibility for access: UF students/faculty/staff members with current, valid UF ID/Gator1 Card

Remote access for all electronic resources: VPN software  or EZProxy.

Some databases, journals and resources are public access and some are UF-subscribed.  

If you can't access full-text from PubMed, do not assume that we don't have it.

If UF does not have the article you need in either print or electronic form, request a free copy via InterlibraryLoan. ILL usually take 3 days and delivers as Web PDFs. Books and other items can also be obtained via ILL though they are slower to obtain.

Do NOT pay to order articles without consulting with your liaison librarian!

Health Science Center Library Workshops

Workshops offered by the Health Science Center Library include:

  • citation management
  • impact metrics
  • database searching
  • publishing best practices
  • data management
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