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TUC Library Guide

This guide contains information on all aspects of the TUC Library for the TUC community.

Special Topics Resource Guides

SPECIAL TOPICS RESOURCE GUIDES

The special topic resource guides were created by the TUC LIbrarians especially for the TUC community. To learn more about the content and purpose of the individual guides, please scroll down to the one you are interested in viewing. 

The Special Topic Guides are: 

Racial Justice Resource Guide

Racial Justice Resource Guide

This guide, developed by the TUC librarians for the TUC community, contains materials and resources addressing systemic racism and inequalities in the criminal justice system, medicine, and education with solutions towards racial justice and equity.

The guide is divided into sections for the TUC curriculums, fields of study, as well as a section on literature and film. This guide will be continually improved as we obtain and identify more relevant resources and hope it will aid in reflection, discussion, and personal growth. 

Topics included in this guide are: 

LGBTQIA+ Resource Guide

LGBTQIA+ Resource Guide

The LGBTQIA+ Resources Guide, developed by the TUC librarians for the TUC community, contains LGBTQIA+ materials and resources available in the TUC Library and also identifies important  LGBTQIA+ national and international organizations and other resources that may be useful to students and faculty studying and researching this topic.  

The guide is divided into these four sections bearing in mind our TUC curriculum and fields of study:  general resources,  health & medicine resources, education resources, and also a section on literature and film.  What we share here is by no means exhaustive, and this guide will be continually improved as we obtain and identify additional relevant resources. We offer this collection of resources in the hope that it will provide a starting point to aid in formal study and personal learning.   

Topics included in this guide are:

Wellness Resource Guide

Wellness Resource Guide

This resource guide on Wellness prepared by the TUC librarians uses the 8 dimensions of the wellness model * created by the Substance Abuse & Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA). Each of the 8 wellness dimensions–emotional, spiritual, financial, environmental, social, intellectual, physical, occupational--is a separate tab in this resource guide, and each wellness tab includes materials appropriate to that dimension available in the TUC Library as well as other materials identified by the TUC librarians. Given the vast amount of materials available in these fields, this is just a start of materials available. This guide will be continually improved and updated as we obtain and identify additional and new resources. 

Topics included in this guide are: 

Virtual, Mixed, and Augmented Reality Resource Guide

Virtual, Mixed, and Augmented Reality Resource Guide

This guide was developed by the TUC librarians for the TUC community as a resource for learning about virtual reality, augmented reality, and mixed reality (VR/AR/MR). This guide is divided into four pages. The first page is an introduction and includes resources to familiarize oneself with VR/AR/MR. The three remaining pages focus on VR/AR/MR applications in pharmacy, medicine & healthcare, and education (both K12 and higher education). 

Topics included in this guide are: