Browsing Faculty Works HSHSL by Title
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|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 |
|Recovering ILL Copyright Fees: a strategy for success |
|Reference at Your Fingertips: Developing New Technology to Increase Access to Reference Services |
|Reference at your fingertips: fusing new technology with point of contact service |
|Reflecting on Collection Policies in a Changing Environment |
|A Regional Advocacy Program for Hospital Librarians |
|Renovated, repurposed, and still "one sweet library": A case study on loss of space from the Health Sciences and Human Services Library, University of Maryland, Baltimore |
|Renovations to Improve User Satisfaction |
|Rethinking Website Content Management |
|Reviewing Research Consent Forms: A New Library Service |
|Rising Up to Users' Needs: Redesigning a Health Literacy Workshop for Health Professionals |
|Sharing Collections: Does Distance Matter? (MAC 2013) |
|Sharing Collections: Does Distance Matter? (MLA 2013) |
|Show me the money: the reality of library costs |
|Sink or Swim: Can an Online Resource Package for "Others" Survive? |
|Social Media Communication: An evaluation of its impact and value in promotion and public awareness |
|Statewide Initiative to Embed Consumer Health Librarians in Public Libraries: A Case Study |
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