Library Collections

ALCEP Funds Provide More E-Resources for UT Health Libraries

The UT Health San Antonio Libraries have acquired several new e-resources through a purchase by the University of Texas System utilizing funds from the Academic Library Collection Enhancement Program (ALCEP). The funds for this program are allocated by the state Board of Regents for one-time collection purchases.

This year’s ALCEP fund purchases include:

 

Bates Visual Guide vs. JoVE

The library will run two trials over the next month (from Sept 15 – Oct 15). Both resources offer visual reference guides/videos for physical examinations and other clinical skills.

  • Bates Visual Guide to Examination, including OSCE Clinical Skills Videos
  • JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments) offers two modules:
    • JoVE Clinical Skills, including Nursing Skills
    • JoVE Medicine

See the Trials Libguide for additional information on resources, along with links, and a survey. Which resource do you prefer? Let us know!

E-book Purchase Part of Demand Driven Program

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The UT Health Science Center Libraries have acquired more than 150 Elsevier/ScienceDirect e-books as part of a Demand Driven Acquisitions program funded by the University Of Texas System Board Of Regents. The newly purchased titles have a 2014 publication date and include titles in the following subject areas: physical sciences and engineering, life sciences, health sciences, and social sciences and humanities. A full list of these purchases can be found in the library catalog.

Another round in the Demand Driven program is currently underway, and includes a selection of 2015-2016 Elsevier/ScienceDirect e-book titles. Browsing of these titles is encouraged since purchases are dependent on user participation. To view a list of the 2015-2016 titles click here.

All Elsevier/ScienceDirect e-book titles can also be browsed through the library’s database page.

Questions about the library’s electronic and print book collection can be sent to Andrea N. Schorr, Metadata & Collection Management Librarian, schorr@uthscsa.edu.

Featured New Books/E-books for August 2018

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For a list of the newest titles at the Briscoe Library click here.

Purchase suggestions?
Complete the online Purchase Suggestion Form or contact
Andrea N. Schorr, Head of Resource Management.

 

Featured New Books/E-books for November 2018

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For a list of the newest titles at the Briscoe Library click here.

Purchase suggestions?
Complete the online Purchase Suggestion Form or contact
Andrea N. Schorr, Head of Resource Management.

 

Featured New Books/E-books for September 2018

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For a list of the newest titles at the Briscoe Library click here.

Purchase suggestions?
Complete the online Purchase Suggestion Form or contact
Andrea N. Schorr, Head of Resource Management.

 

Library has Access to State Medical Society Journals

 

The UT Health Libraries now have access to an archive of State Medical Society Journals through an open access initiative led by the Medical Heritage Library. The State Medical Journals Collection encompasses nearly 50 state medical journals and includes 117 titles dating back from 1900-2000. Journals found in the collection have been provided free of charge by individual journal publishers agreeing to open access to journal content currently under copyright.

State medical society journals document the transformation of American medicine in the twentieth century at both the local and national level.

Access the State Medical Journal Collection here.

Library’s Historical Collection Featured in Campus Magazine

Check out the latest issue of the Mission magazine, to see a featured article about the treasures of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library. The P.I. Nixon Library is located on the 5th floor of the Briscoe Library and is home to several famous historical works including: De Humani Corporis Fabrica, known as the first scientifically accurate textbook of anatomy, by Andreas Vesalius; Natural History of Teeth by John Hunter; and Illustrations of the Great Operations of Surgery, by Charles Bell to name a few.

To view the article click here.

The Nixon Library is used by students, faculty, and staff, but has also been a resource to local and global communities. Most recently we have had visitors from Japan and Mexico.

Visitors are welcome and tours are available. For more information contact Andrea N. Schorr, Head of Resource Management at (210) 567-2403 or schorr@uthscsa.edu.

P.I. Nixon Library website: http://library.uthscsa.edu/2011/11/nixon-library/

Nano Online Database Now Available

Nano Online Database is now available to all faculty, staff, and students. This resource was purchased by the UT System ALCEP funds and offered to each school.

The one-stop-shop for nano-science – offers a comprehensive coverage of the subject area nano science and technology. This online reference allows for easy access to research results from a cross section of disciplines active in this area – including physics, chemistry and materials science as well as engineering and medicine. Due to a carefully chosen classification system and massive linking between entries, the user can find relevant and related information quickly.

The online reference includes more than 1,200 entries (an equivalent of more than 17,000 print pages) from journals and books as well as Open Access content. Annual updates of more than 200 entries (about 2,000 print pages) will supply state-of-the-art research results.

New E-book Collections

The UT Health Science Center Libraries now have access to four new e-book collections.

ACS
The American Chemical Society e-book collection
Includes access to ACS Symposium Series 1974-2011 and Advances in Chemistry 1950-1998
Purchased through the University of Texas System using Academic Library Collection Enhancement funding.
Access: database page and library catalog

IOP
Institute of Physics e-book collection
Includes access to titles between 2013-2015.
Purchased through the University of Texas System using Academic Library Collection Enhancement funding.
Access: database page and library catalog

ASM
American Society for Microbiology e-book collection
Includes access to titles between 1993-2015
Purchased through the University of Texas System using Academic Library Collection Enhancement funding.
Access: database page and library catalog

cp
Current Protocols in Molecular Biology e-book collection
Includes access from 1987 to the present.
Access: database page and library catalog

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