Did you know?
The School of Dentistry Library has a paperback fiction collection that
is open to anyone in the dental school community.
These books are
behind the audiovisuals collection on the shelves directly across from the windows,
The lending policy is simple:
if you borrow a book, bring it back when you are finished!
You don't even need to check it out.
We are always looking for
donations of books to add to the paperback fiction collection.
If you have any extra books that are still in good condition and
you are planning to discard, please bring them to the library for this
to author instructions
The library has made it easy for you to find instructions for authors
in dental journals. Under Resources on the library home
page, click on "Journals in the LSUHSC Libraries," then
Serials Received by the Dental Library." Each underlined
title is linked to its author information page. When you are
planning to write a paper for publication in a dental journal, this web
page will enable you to easily check the scope, requirements, and
evaluation process of most dental journals.
The journal Science has
profiled a couple of useful web sites over the past two months. The
first is the Directory of Open Access Journals from Lund University in
This site links to 350 journals with free, full-text articles.
It is also possible to browse the journals by category.
Check this site often; the authors plan to add a
searchable database and new titles to the site
(Science 2003 May 30;300:1349).
Bristol Biomedical Image Archive contains over 8500 dental, medical, and
veterinary images. (http://www.brisbio.ac.uk)
The archive requires registration, but the images are free for
academic and educational use. It is a great place to check if you are looking to liven up
some lectures with pictures. (Science 2003 May 16;300:1061)
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