A collection of resources available on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer issues for researchers, LGBTQ Texas A&M students and community members, and allies.
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Use this guide to explore the many resources available to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, or queer/questioning students, community members, allies, and researchers. Some of these resources include:
With a catalog of 4.6 million items, subscriptions to 1,200 online journals and databases, and subject specialists in every department, University Libraries has resources for everyone.
There are library facilities open for circulation and study 144 of the 168 hours in a week.
Media and Reserves collections
Users can check out DVDs, Blu-rays, CDs, cameras, iPods, and other equipment and resources from Media and Reserves, located on the fourth floor of the Evans Annex.
Electronic books can be accessed on a user's computer or e-reader without visiting a physical library.
Self-checkout kiosks allow users to borrow many of our materials without help of the AskUs staff. Users can check out items privately and without fear of judgment.
Community User and Former Student Access
Former Students and community members can set up courtesy accounts to check out items or access online resources while in the Libraries.