Supplementary Resources served to allow access to selected online materials for the university. However, with the development of the Library Website, Canvas, and SharePoint - which all allow for appropriate, organized storage and sharing - it's time to retire Supplementary Resources, and move towards building a true Institutional Repository.
An Institutional Repository will focus on storing, organizing and providing access to the scholarly products of the University. It will include materials like theses, capstones, and the Bastyr Materia Medica.
The library will be working to develop this during 2020.
During this transition, Supplementary Resources will be taken off line, and the most commonly accessed material will be available here.
If you have any questions about accessing materials formerly stored on Supplementary Resources, please contact the library.
The majority of the resources in the Bot Med folder are available in the library, or online.
Refer to the Herbal Science Guide for research and resources!
The original Materia Medica (2003) is being retired. The 2003 version will be available in Supplementary Resources until that technology is disconnected (Summer 2020). New updated resources are in development, but the library does not house the updated versions. Please contact the Bot Med dept for more information.
Bastyr electronic theses from 2012 onward are available in ProQuest Dissertation and Theses database.
Dept. of Midwifery and Maternal and Child Health Systems masters projects and independent projects are available by request.
School of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine capstones are available in the print collection from 2007-2010; 2018 - 2019 available on request.
Please reference the indexes below and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The large collection of AV material in Supplementary Resources will be indexed here and available by request. Please email email@example.com.