Sometimes it’s hard to know if the information you find on the web is trustworthy. Or, what if you just can’t find what you need?
Ask an Info Pro from the OU Health Science Center Library for guidance. 3 ways:
- Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone – (405) 271-2285 x48752 voicemail is available for after-hours.
- Electronic form – Ask a Librarian
You get to talk with a real person who knows the medical information ropes.
You may also try these health and patient info resources:
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” -Dr. Seuss
We want to thank everyone involved in summer reading this year!
Just like everyone, we’re interested in eating well these days.
Top Favorite Healthy Cooking and Eating Websites
- Cooking Light
- Whole Foods Market Healthy Cooking
- Simple Cooking with the Heart Association
- Pop Sugar Healthy Recipes
- Light Recipes from Martha Stewart
What are your favorite healthy recipes? Share with us in the comments.
Google engineers are pretty clever. They have built in applications and ways to get at information right into the browser.
Here are 5 of our favorites:
Set a timer.
For example if I type, “set timer to 45 minutes and 30 seconds,” the clock will immediately start to count down.
Eat this, not that.
Type in “hamburger vs. veggie burger,” for instance, and you’ll get a complete nutritional breakdown.
I could type in “3 yards to inches” and find out that there are 108 inches in 3 yards.
Track a package
Enter the tracking number in the search bar. No need to go to UPS, FedEx or USPS.
Find all the books by an author.
Search for “Books by” and the name of an author, Google will display all of their works. And, it even lets you sort by popularity, newest or oldest.
A few more Google tricks:
Come on in to the library and sign up for a whole lot of fun! Grab your cape and mask – this summer we’re celebrating heroes.
Contact the library for details.