PublisherUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library
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E-Newsletter of the University of Maryland, Baltimore Health Sciences and Human Services Library
DescriptionVol. 14, no. 1 (Dec. 2019)- ;
Vol. 14, no. 1 (Dec. 2019) - Table of Contents: In the Bleak Midwinter; #iheartumbhshsl Contest; HS/HSL Second Floor Renovations Coming Spring 2020; Big Changes are Coming to PubMed; Journal Cuts; Crystal Balling the Future of Research; HS/HSL Flu Clinic 2019 Recap; Thank You, #citeNLM Editors! 2019 Highlights of the NNLM SEA; Gallery Display - Vision of Nature from the Students of Augusta Fells Savage Institute of Visual Art; De-stress Puzzle Fest at HS/HSL; Advice from Historical Collections to Survive Holiday Eating; Staff News; Interesting HS/HSL Fact... Vol. 14, no. 2 (Mar. 2020) - Table of Contents: COVID-19 and the HS/HSL; Some Odds and Ends...; Journal Backfiles; Library Genie 2019 Survey Results; Lactation Center Opens in HS/HSL; HS/HSL Celebrates Black History and Women's History Months; Do You Haiku? Do You Love the HS/HSL?; HS/HSL Factoid: NLM Grant is UMB's Longest Running Grant; NNLM Staff Attend 2020 Summit; NLM Associate Fellows Visit the HS/HSL; New Access to Historical Collections; Love Data Week; Innovation Space Expands Tool Offering with Messy Cart; Library Plaza Upgrade; Staff News. Vol. 14, no. 3 (May 2020) - Table of Contents: The HS/HSL in the Time of COVID-19; Offsite and Online - HS/HSL By the Numbers During COVID-19; A Special Acknowledgement; Up To Date Available Off Campus; Victory 3D Printing for Health Care Personnel; Your Librarians - Here for You!; Access HS/HSL Resources Easily, On or Off Campus; Coming Soon! Collecting COVID-19 Stories at UMB; New Collections in the UMB Digital Archive; University Libraries Work Together!; Explaining COVID-19 Using Plain Language; NNLM SEA Hosts the Book Spine Poetry Contest; Dr. Milford "Mickey" Foxwell, Jr., Receives the Theodore E. Woodward Award; Historical Insights: COVID-19 and the 1918 Spanish Flu; Staff News.