Browsing Academic Affairs by Title
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|Teaching as Performance |
|Teaching Clinical Skills to Medical Librarians |
|The IM Learning Initiative at Shenandoah University |
|The Kindle: A Novel Way to Increase Access to Information |
|The Library as Place: Health Sciences and Human Services Library Annual Report (2007-2008) |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Dr. Charlotte Ferencz |
|The Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Dr. Joseph R. Lakowicz |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Dr. William J Kinnard Jr. |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Larry Pitrof |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Richard Behles |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipient: Theodore E. Woodward, M.D. |
|Theodore E. Woodward Award Recipients: James and Sylvia Earl of the Helena Foundation |
|Think Inside the Blocks: Health Literacy Outreach to Disadvantaged People in Their Own Environment |
|Tools for Infusing QM Standards into the Course Development Process |
|Toward Collaborative Print Retention |
|Trimming the Fat: A Weeding Case Report |
|Tweet, Share, Post & Blog: Improving Communication in an era of Interdependent Social Media |
|Twenty One@601 |
|UMB Digital Archive and Scholarly Communication |
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