*Edit* Access was restored May16, 2012.
Off Campus access to the Thieme Books is currently not working properly through the Library’s WAM system. Titles may still be access if logged into either Citrix or the campus VPN. Thieme journal titles are working correctly. We are investigating the issue. Thanks for your patience.
Online textbook provider Stat!Ref has just released an iPhone & Blackberry app, so you can read books on your phone. Check out the video below for how to enable access. Android app is coming soon.
Stat!Ref Mobile video
2 Minute tips is a blog series where we bring you short video tutorials on various tools and resources in the library.
This month, the Library’s books display features our eBook databases, and some of the popular, recent editions of titles that can be accessed through our website. eBooks can be located in the following online resources:
R2 Digital Library
Thieme ElectronicBook Library
These databases have been assembled on the Library’s website at:
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Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary - 21st Ed. (2009) provides audio pronunciations for 30,000 terms.
Look these up and pronounce them properly!
Taber’s is available in Stat!Ref, one of the library’s electronic textbook databases.
The 2010 edition of the Centers for Disease Control and Preventionâ€™s Yellow Book includes new or expanded sections on medical tourism, traveling safely with chronic diseases and conditions, and expert perspectives on popular travel itineraries worldwide. The updated book, which is a definitive guide for healthy international travel, is now available online.
The LSUHSC Libraries have recently purchased over 70 health sciences books in multiple subject areas of medicine, nursing, and allied health through the Rittenhouse R2 Digital Library. R2 is available on campus and remotely through WAM. Please use our library Electronic Resources R2 page for access: http://www.lsuhsc.edu/no/library/ss&d/data/r2library.html. Searches can be performed on our entire R2 collection, a subject collection or an individual book. You may also browse a book from beginning to end or use the Table of Contents to help navigate your way. To see all currently purchased titles, please click “View all Titles.” To see books in a particular subject, click the subject menu tabs at the top or the subject “books” in the center. Dentistry and public health titles are included under the subject of medicine, and dental hygiene titles are included under the subject of allied health. You can also register for a free account which will allow you to customize your R2 Library by bookmarking chapters, saving images, assigning course links, and more.
STAT!Ref, an online book provider of over 80 medical, dental and nursing textbooks, is now optimized for mobile devices. Simply access the link from your phone or PDA’s browser and you will be automatically redirected to the mobile site.
You must be able to access to the internet on your mobile device to use STAT!Ref mobile.
STAT!Ref on campus: http://online.statref.com/Search.aspx?grpalias=StFH&mobile=true
STAT!Ref off campus: http://0-online.statref.com.innopac.lsuhsc.edu/Search.aspx?grpalias=StFH&mobile=true
More info from STAT!Ref.com.
The Electronic Links in the catalog, INNOPAC, are working on-campus only. We are still working on off-campus access
Most of the E-Journal & E-Book Links in the catalog are still not working today. We are working with our support team to get the links working again. We hope to have them back up by mid-day today.
The libraries’ online catalog will be down for the next 2 hours for scheduled maintenance. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The American Cancer Society has announced the release of Cancer Facts & Figures 2008. Annual editions back to 2000 can be found online at their website.
The Core Materials for Medicine Resource Guide has been updated. This guide includes e-books and other e-resources.
Is a cadaver your best friend this semester? Then you must be one of the many students taking Anatomy. There’s good news for you lab rats though — the library has several online atlases of anatomy available that you can use in the lab, through your laptop!
Color atlas and textbook of human anatomy. Vol.3 – Nervous System and Sensory Organs
by W. Kahle, M. Frotscher
Pocket atlas of human anatomy by H. Feneis & W. Dauber
Want more? Thieme ElectronicBook Library has oodles of atlases available.
Summer semester is in full swing, and for some of you that means anatomy class. Before you start hacking away those cadavers, consider hacking of a different kind: using an e-book in the lab, direct from your laptop, to identify that fatty tissue.
Whoa! You mean I don’t even have to open a book???
Thieme ElectronicBook Library has over 20 atlases of the human body, including Pocket Atlas of Human Anatomy, Color Atlas of Human Anatomy, Vol.3, & The Human Body.
AccessMedicine, AccessSurgery & AccessEmergency Medicine are also good resources. Though no specific anatomy books are in here, a keyword search for any body part can give you lots of results from a ton of different e-books.
Computers are lame. Giving me the print edition
Not into the e-book thing? Good news — you can browse our extensive anatomy section of the library by going to the 4th floor books & looking for the call number QS 4 ot QS 17.
We have over 400 books available online here at the library. That’s 400 books you can access any time, any place. Today, let’s take a look at all the books available from Stat!Ref.
And boy, there sure are there a ton of them!