Texila American University (TAU) has decided to expand its horizon in the field of Medicine and Emergency Medicine through its informative digital library – Texila Digipedia. Currently the awareness that people have of living a healthy life is very less. Most people are not even aware of the deadly and harmful diseases that are lurking in their lives.
A good awareness and knowledge can easily help people in knowing how to tackle such diseases and prevent from making any kind of damages. Through its digital library – Texila Digipedia, TAU has a store house of innumerable contents related to Medicine which any individual can download and access.
There are various contents related to topics like Human Body, Clinical Research, Anatomy, Drug Abuse, Hormones, Hormonal Imbalance, etc. One can easy refer these topics in various formats like pdf, video, ppt, doc, etc. If an individual needs to read or download contents, he or she will have to register with the website and can easily download the contents. In addition, users can post their valuable comments and feedback in the “Post Comments” box.
TAU has initiated a new venture where students and researcher can contribute contents related to any topic. Any individual who want to contribute content related to topic of Medicine or Emergency medicine will first register with the website and once the registration gets successful, then he or she can start uploading contents. These contents will become live only when it gets approved by the PEER reviewer.
For TAU students this is an added advantage as they can get free credit course if they take part in this venture. The basic aim of starting this procedure is to develop the habit of research among students and expand their horizons in the field of academics.
An informative and interactive website of Texila American University, Texila Digipedia is filled with valuable contents related to various topics. This digital library is an valuable asset for students and can be easily accessible by anyone. To know more about this digital library, visit texiladigipediacom.