Browsing Faculty Works HSHSL by Title
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|Balancing the Budget and Positioning Your Library for Financial Success |
|Balancing the Budget: Cost Saving, Revenue Generating Tips [Brochure] |
|Beyond ILL: opportunities for ILL staff to develop new expertise |
|Building a successful systematic review service |
|Building New Strengths: A Program to Develop and Empower Student Health Advocates |
|Building Partnerships: A Model for Collaborative Textbook Purchasing |
|Challenges of Calculating Return on Investment: The HS/HSL Experience |
|Changing the Conference Game for Students: Developing the MAC Student Vision Program |
|Charting Unknown Territory: Digitizing Lab Notebooks |
|Collaboration Delivers a New Search Experience to HS/HSL Users |
|Collaboration Space: a white paper |
|A collaborative space: connecting with best practices in consumer health |
|Connecting the dots: Tennessee's disaster preparedness and the role of information services |
|Connecting to the Past - Building for the Future |
|Connections: emergency preparedness for librarians and emergency management personnel in Maryland |
|Cost Analysis of Interlibrary Loan (ILL) Services |
|Creating an Innovation Space in an Academic Health Sciences Library: Supporting the Three Missions - Innovation, Collaboration, and Interprofessionalism |
|A curriculum to reduce health disparities: http://guides.hshsl.umaryland.edu/projectSHARE |
|The Data Jigsaw Puzzle: Will Usage Data from Multiple Sources Document the Importance of Older Literarature? |
|Developing a curriculum to reduce health disparities: SHARE Year 3 - developing a national student health advocacy program for community-academic partnerships |
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