Where ever you live or work, you most certainly will want to get to know your city, county and state library and the resources they have; including online resources accessible from home or office. You would be surprised by how much online resources you can access from home or office once you set up your Library account at one of these Libraries. Meanwhile, most hospitals have a medical library, usually open to the public, with a bigger wealth of medical resources than the Sonoran University Library, including e-resources usually only accessible onsite. Also, many community colleges and universities, especially those with extensive science, nursing and medical programs, have a wealth of resources as well. Usually an annual fee for a Community Borrower’s Card will allow you to use these resources. Also, don’t forget about your Undergrad institution. Usually with your Alumni membership, you can access e-resources from anywhere. Get to know these libraries and find out what you may or may not have access to. If you are still near Sonoran University, make time to come and sit down with Library Staff for a more detailed explanation and instruction of many of these types of resources. Also, many historic original Naturopathic Resources (pre 1924) are available for free through sites such as GoogleBooks and Archive.org, ie. Kent, Allen, Culpepper, Hahnemann, etc.