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News from The Libraries — October 2013

Carmen Tafolla

Carmen Tafolla will read from her work Tuesday, October 15 at noon in the School of Nursing Hurd Auditorium. Find out more in this issue of News from The Libraries.

Hispanic Heritage Month: Welcome San Antonio’s first poet laureate to campus in October

One Community/One Book- Find a discussion group

Basil A. Pruitt, Jr., M.D. to speak at Annual Meeting of the Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library- Events for October

Did you know? Your library collection

Proposed cancellations for FY2014

Open Access: Redefining impact

National Medical Librarians Month

JAMA article documents evolving role of librarians

National Preparedness Month- Librarians offer training

The 2013 Connective Tissue is now available

Library Committee for 2013-2014

Featured new books for October

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News from The Libraries – September 2013

Rebozos, Carmen Tafolla

Carmen Tafolla, San Antonio’s Poet Laureate, will read from her poetry on October 15, from noon to 1:00 p.m., in the Hurd Auditorium. The reading is a Hispanic Heritage Month event. Watch for more information on the library website, and in the October issue of News From the Libraries.

Welcome to the UT Health Science Center Libraries

Briscoe Library extended hours begin September 3

Did you know? August by the numbers

A History of the Present Illness: Book discussions are being planned for September and October

Upcoming Events: Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Call for submissions: Danny Jones History of the Health Sciences Essay Contest

Plan to attend the 1st Annual Postdoctoral Research Forum and Distinguished Lecture

Methicillin Resistant Staph Aureus: Librarians receive funding to produce educational video

Endnote X7 now available for PC and Mac

Featured new books for September

About library classes

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News from The Libraries — August 2013

Crown of Thorns

How to Landscape to Your Environment, a popular workshop by David Brahm, Manager of Landscape and Grounds for the UT Health Science Center, will be repeated on August 20 at noon in the Howe Conference Room, Briscoe Library. Crown of Thorns, photo by Walter Creech.

How to Landscape to Your Environment: Program will be repeated August 20

One Community One Book: Be part of it

Anatomy resources available through the library’s website

Using Scopus to find UT Health Science Center affiliated publications

Web of Science – Resource review for cancellation

Information Standards Quarterly releases issue on altmetrics

Featured new books for August 2013

Libraries support Laredo science camp for aspiring health care professionals

AAMC Tumblr site highlights value of federally funded medical research

Summer reading: Siddhartha Mukherjee to speak at Trinity University on August 28

About library classes

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News from the Libraries — July 2013

Tomato

This illustration of a tomato plant is from A Curious Herbal, a popular book among physicians and apothecaries of 18th century London. A Curious Herbal is one of the books that is accessible through the National Library of Medicine’s Turning the Pages Online exhibit. Find out more in this issue of News from the Libraries

A History of the Present Illness, and other books you might enjoy reading this summer

How to Landscape to Your Environment: Program will share information about plants and landscaping on campus

Web of Science – Resource review for cancellation

IOM releases report on the CTSA Program at NIH

NIH Public Access Policy changes go into effect July 1

MS3s learn about medical smartphone applications and mobile databases for clinical support

Learning Express Library offers software tutorials and practice tests

Reach out and “Instant Message”

Finding aids: Tools for locating historical materials in the University Archives

About library classes

Turning the Pages Online: Website showcases beautiful images from rare medical books

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News from The Libraries – June 2013

A History of the Present Illness

A History of the Present Illness by Louise Aronson is the One Community/One Book selection for Fall 2013.

Announcing the One Community/One Book selection for Fall 2013

Save the date:  Annual Dinner of the Friends of the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library

Libraries host Community Advisors in May

CLHIN fulfills JCAHO requirements for library services

Seeking cost efficiencies: Joint Library Facility opens at Texas A&M Riverside campus

Altmetrics: New measures for scholarly output

Librarians present at Medical Library Association conference

Briscoe Library hosts summer interns

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library in June

About library classes

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News from The Libraries – May 2013

Nixon Reading Room

Eight students from the School of Medicine and the School of Health Professions visited the P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library on April 30. The visit was the conclusion of a class covering the history of anatomy from ancient times to the present.  Shown here:  Kar-Wei Leung, MS1, examines an early 20th century photograph from the Edinburgh Stereoscopic Atlas of Anatomy (1906).

National Network of Libraries of Medicine to offer classes

Exhibit in the Briscoe Library highlights the science and art of anatomical illustration

Library mounts community health education efforts

Rare texts support inquiry in the School of Medicine and the School of Health Professions

Rosetta Stone Spanish available at the Laredo Regional Campus Library

P.I. Nixon Medical Historical Library to be closed May 6 through 10

Briscoe Library to be open 24/7 during exams

Library hours for Memorial Day holiday weekend

Library expands access to dental journals

New to the shelves of the Briscoe Library in May

About library classes

UTHSCSA Toastmasters: Consider becoming a member

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