Library Updates

New England Journal of Medicine Backfiles Now Available

The Briscoe Library now has access to the complete run of  New England Journal of Medicine. Access for NEJM begins with 1928 and previous titles range from 1812-1927. This backfile collection was purchased through our consortial partnership with the University of Texas System using Academic Library Collection Enhancement Program (ALCEP) funds allocated by the UT System Board of Regents for one-time collection purchases.

 

New Leisure Books – December 2015

Need a break? Check out the latest titles in the Leisure collection.

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The Leisure collection is located on the main floor of the Briscoe Library in the seating area across from the Circulation desk. This collection is funded through library donations.

For a complete list of all titles in the Leisure collection click here.

Leisure titles are currently selected by library staff, but suggestions are welcome. Send suggestions to askalibrarian@uthscsa.edu.

 

New Leisure Books – May 2016

Need a break? Check out the latest titles in the Leisure collection.

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The Leisure collection is located on the main floor of the Briscoe Library in the seating area across from the Circulation desk. This collection is funded through library donations.

For a complete list of all titles in the Leisure collection click here.

 

New Library Catalog Debuts June 8

On Monday, June 8, the UT Health Science Center Library catalog will be getting a new look. Koha open source library software will be the new interface for the library catalog. It will provide:

  • A responsive theme that works on all devices
  • More robust keyword and advanced searching
  • Cover images for many books
  • Exporting of selections to citation management software (e.g. RefWorks, EndNote, etc.) via “Cart”
  • Recommended lists of resources

Borrower registration will be required for:UTHSC Libraries catalog

  • Checking out books and other materials
  • Creating lists

More tips and tutorials:

For questions or if you encounter any problems with  the new catalog, contact library staff at 567-2450 or send an email to Askalibrarian.

 

New Pottery Bowl Exhibit: Art for the Mind

Dudley Harris, MD likes to say he doesn’t make art, he makes things. Art is for your mind.

There is no doubt, the delicate pottery bowls on display at the Briscoe Library are works of art. The bowls were made at Dr. Harris’ San Antonio studio using a Japanese method that the artist has perfected by working with artists in Japan. The process of creating each bowl takes a full month, with multiple glazings and firings, and the result is truly stunning.

IMG_2227 A mostly retired ophthalmologist, Dr. Harris has a long history with the UT Health Science Center. He was among the first group of interns to train in 1969 at Bexar County Hospital (now University Hospital). After his residency, he served in the U.S. Navy and then entered private practice in San Antonio. He spent his career performing cataract surgeries. He has made numerous trips to Central America and Asia, doing pro bono surgeries.

Dr. Harris began working with pottery 30 years ago, and has always been attracted to the Japanese style tea bowl. He insists his bowls are for the kitchen and table. He says, “My bowls are for goulash. But if you think my bowls are beautiful, we are both happy.” He holds an annual open house in December at his studio. Proceeds from the sales event benefit Texas Public Radio. Dr. Harris can be contacted at dudleyharris@mindspring.com.

Jonquil Feldman
Director, Briscoe Library and Outreach Services
feldman@uthscsa.edu

News From the Libraries – April 2016

The April issue of News from the Libraries is now available.  For links to individual articles, see the table of contents below.Photograph of postcard adapted from poster: Join the Army Nurse Corps

Medicine in Poetry

Highlights Of Army Nurse Corps

Historical Book of the Month

Featured New Books

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News From the Libraries – August 2015

The August issue of News from the Libraries is now available.  For links to individual articles, see the table of contents below.

3D Print now available

Proposed Journal Cancellations for FY16

New England Journal of Medicine Backfiles Now Available

AccessMedicine and AccessSurgery Upgrades

3D Printing at the Library

Danny Jones Essay Competition

Dentists: Prisoners of the Rising Sun

WWI Poster Exhibit

Promotores and Community Health Worker Groups

Library Exchange Program

What’s New in ClinicalKey?

Featured New Books

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News From the Libraries – July 2015

The July issue of News from the Libraries is now available.  For links to individual articles, see the table of contents below.

Laredo area 6th & 7th grade students attending an AHEC summer science camp enjoy looking at the anatomical models at the Laredo Regional Campus Library

Laredo area 6th & 7th grade students attending an AHEC
summer science camp enjoy looking at the anatomical
models at the Laredo Regional Campus Library

Holiday Hours – July 4th Weekend

Construction on 4th Floor

Faculty Survey – Recommend a Journal

Laredo Library – AHEC Orientations & Tours

NIH Public Access Policy

Looking For a New Way to Study?

P.I. Nixon Library Hosts UTSA Art Students

Featured New Books

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News From the Libraries – May 2016

The May issue of News from the Libraries is now available.  For links to individual articles, see the table of contents below.History of Anatomy Class Views Hooke's Micrographia

Damon Tweedy, MD Speaks at UTHSC

History of Anatomy Class

Historical Book of the Month

Featured New Books

New Leisure Books

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News From the Libraries – October 2015

The October issue of News from the Libraries is now available.  For links to individual articles, see the table of contents below.3D skull

Book Giveaway Oct. 7-9

Danny Jones Essay Contest-Deadline Oct. 12

Medicine’s Michelangelo: Life and Art of Frank Netter, MD

Jaclyn Georges Hired as Records Manager/Archivist

Library School Students Receive Award

Library Hosts Girl Scouts Troop 128

Breast Cancer and its Treatment

History of Medicine Society Draws Record Attendance

What’s New in ClinicalKey

Featured New Books

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