The Texas Heart Institute Library and Learning Resource Center was established in 1990 and has been located in the Denton A. Cooley Building since 2002.
The Library and Learning Resource Center is dedicated to supporting the activities and programs of the Texas Heart Institute as they relate to patient care, education and research. The department accomplishes its mission by maintaining an up-to-date collection of books, journals, audiovisual items, and other library materials related to the study and treatment of cardiovascular disease. Our collection includes 1,800 books, more than 1,900 audiovisual items, and subscriptions to more than 40 medical, scientific and technical journals.
Come explore tools for keeping up with the flood of new information – in the news and in medical journals. Keeping up with the latest medical news and research can be time-consuming. Learn how to stay current in half the time with search alerts and RSS feeds. Relax and have the information come to you! We’ll talk about e-journal readers, feed readers, web collectors, reading list organizers, guidelines apps, email alerts, and online networking. <REGISTERFind out more »
This class is an introduction to literature searching using the most recent PubMed interface and options for customization. We focus on performing basic searches and narrowing results using the limits feature. Efficient ways to download or share citations are also covered. Using a My NCBI account to customize the PubMed interface and to save searches and citations is demonstrated. REGISTERFind out more »
Refine your presentation skills to impress your colleagues and bring your research to life. This class covers basic presentation design principles, relaxation techniques, and public speaking tips. REGISTERFind out more »