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Medical Sciences Library

The Medical Sciences Library (MSL) in College Station serves the informational needs of the Texas A&M Health Science Center (TAMHSC) College of Medicine, College of Nursing and School of Public Health. The MSL includes more than 100,000 volumes of journals and books in print and electronic formats. The library receives more than 1,800 subscriptions to American and international biomedical journals, with MEDLINE and other health sciences databases also accessible online.

Sterling C. Evans Library

The Sterling C. Evans Library is located at the center of the Texas A&M University campus in College Station. Evans Library houses more than 2.6 million volumes, 4.7 million microforms and 29,600 serials. All TAMHSC students can access online resources from Evans. Students outside the area can use a TexShare library card to check out up to five books at a time. Educational Media Services (sixth floor) provides audiovisual equipment and multimedia resources for student use. The computer lab provides more than 60 Mac and Windows computers.

Learning Resources

Learning Resources (LR) is the primary study facility for students in the College of Medicine. Located on the Bryan and Temple campuses, the LR staff helps students study for lectures, quizzes, exams and the U.S. Medical Licensing Exam. There are 2,500 items available for checkout and reserve, computers with medical education programs, computer labs, SMART-board-equipped study rooms, individual and group study rooms, trainings for computer programs and educational software, and assistance with residency preparation and multimedia production.

Richard D. Haines Library

The Richard D. Haines Medical Library is located at the Scott & White Memorial Hospital and Clinic in Temple. All TAMHSC students have access to Haines Library’s collection of 8,960 books and more than 980 current journal subscriptions.

Baylor Health Sciences Library

The Baylor Health Sciences Library (BHSL) at Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas provides access to a variety of information sources and services. The library contains approximately 32,000 volumes and 600 current journal titles and provides access to a variety of electronic resources including Ovid MEDLINE, HealthSTAR, CINAHL, ABI/Inform and ERIC. The Instructional Computer Laboratory (ICL) at BHSL is a PC-based classroom with video projection and multimedia equipment. The lab is designed for hands-on, computer-based instruction to small groups of students. When not in use, the ICL is available for self-directed learning.
Last edited by: tarpley 07/21/2014

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