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MATAS 101. Introduction to Finding Health Science Library Resources and Materials: A Guide
A basic introduction to finding health science articles and books as well as explain library services to new users of the Matas Library.
Ebooks may be searched by the book title in the Library Classic Catalog or in Library Search. The key ebook vendors and databases with Tulane licenses which include health science topics are listed below.
This e-book collection includes titles on anatomy, embryology, physiology, neuroscience, biochemistry, immunology, neuroscience, and histology. In addition to texts, users can access video clips, self-assessments, clinical skills exercises, and cases for use in problem-based learning.
Authoritative, full-text eBooks in a wide range of subject areas: History, The Arts, Social Sciences, Literature & Language, Health & Medicine, Business, and Science & Technology. NOTE: Tulane users must create a personal Ebook Central account from on campus in order to sign in on-site or remotely. Sign-in is required in order to download content.
Reports issued by the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council. Many in .pdf format that may be downloaded for free, with registration.
Find materials in libraries around the world. Click TU Link in a record to identify local holdings or borrow from U.S. libraries using Interlibrary Loan (ILL). Two different interfaces (one via subscription and the other open-access) offer unique user experiences.
Login with your Tulane email username (without @tulane.edu) and password to renew books online, request delivery of books from the Howard-Tilton Library, save searches and book lists. If books are already past the due date, call the Matas Library Desk, 504-988-2403. When requesting book delivery make sure the pick-up location is the Matas Library.