Browsing Faculty Works HSHSL by Title
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|The Past, the Present, and a Future without Limits: Thirty Years and Going...Beyond the (SE/A) with the (NN/LM) |
|The Past, the Present, and a Future without Limits: Thirty Years and Going...Beyond the Southeastern/Atlantic Region (SE/A) with the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NN/LM |
|Patient Health Literacy and the Consent Process |
|Pioneering a Research Impact Service |
|A Place at the Table: Health Sciences Librarians and Consortial E-Book DDA Selection, Purchasing, and Management |
|A Place at the Table: Health Sciences Librarians and Consortial E-Book Demand-Driven Acquisitions (DDA) Selection, Purchasing, and Management |
|Positioning Your Library for Financial Success |
|The Power of Collaboration: Digitization of State Medical Society Journals 1900-2000: The University of Maryland, Baltimore's Experience |
|Power Through Communication: Using a Web Site in a Journal Evaluation Project |
|Preparing for a Makerspace Implementation at a Health Sciences Library |
|Project S.H.A.R.E. : The Logisitcs of Implementing a Student Health Advocacy Program |
|Project SHARE: Empowering Student Community Health Advocates |
|Promoting Discovery of Research Data: Implementing a Data Catalog at the University of Maryland, Baltimore |
|Promoting Research Data Discovery: Development of a Data Catalog at the University of Maryland, Baltimore |
|Providing Access to Electronic Journals: It's Not Just Flipping a Switch |
|Putting the Teeth in Outreach: Patient Education at a Free Rural Dental Clinic Using Mobile Devices |
|Raising the profile of the library and the profession. Benefitting the University and the community. (SC/MLA) |
|Rapid ILL Implementation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Health Sciences and Human Services Library |
|Really Simple Syndication (RSS): The future of content delivery |
|Recipe: Selecting the Best Recipe for Website Content Management |
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