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|Discovering the Present, Preserving the Past: The Development of a Digital Archive at the University of Maryland |
|Diverse Methods for Obtaining User Feedback in a Web Redesign Project |
|Do we really need an ERMS? - Evaluating a subscription agent's resource management tool (MLA 2009) |
|Do We Really Need an ERMS? Evaluating a Subscription Agent's Resource Management Tool (MAC 2008) |
|Dr. John Crawford: his life, his books and our Library |
|E-Newsletter of the University of Maryland Health Sciences & Human Services Library |
|E-Newsletter of the University of Maryland, Baltimore Health Sciences & Human Services Library |
|E-Newsletter of the University of Maryland, Baltimore Health Sciences and Human Services Library |
|Educators Learn to Teach With Technology |
|eJournal Verification: Going the Distance to Provide Seamless Access |
|eJournal Verification: Is It Worth the Effort? |
|Embracing mHealth : Mobilizing Healthcare |
|Embracing mHealth: Are mobile medical devices and apps just gadgets, or can they disrupt healthcare? |
|Embracing mHealth: Educating Chronic Kidney Disease Patients Through Health Information Technology: Can They Hear You Now? |
|Embracing mHealth: Harnessing the Power of Mobile for Maternal and Child Health: The Text4baby Program |
|Embracing mHealth: Investigating the Role of Mobile Applications In the Healthy Expression of Emotions and Cognitions |
|Embracing mHealth: mHealth: A new paradigm for Global Health? |
|Embracing mHealth: Mobile Health in Context: How Information is Woven Into Our Lives |
|Embracing mHealth: Text to Connect: Using Text Messaging to Enhance Parents' Engagement in a Parent Training Program |
|Empowering High School Students: Health Sciences Librarians Partners in a Health Advocacy Education Project |
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