PublisherUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. Health Sciences and Human Services Library
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Other TitlesConnective Issues
E-Newsletter of the University of Maryland, Baltimore Health Sciences & Human Services Library
HSHSL Connective Issues
DescriptionHoldings: Vol. 8, no. 1 (Nov./Dec. 2013)-v. 8, no. 4 (Sept. 2014)
Vol. 8, no. 1 (Nov./ Dec. 2013) - Table of Contents: The End is Near...A Look at 2014!; New! Free Article and Book Requests for UMB Faculty and Staff; New Resource-Global Health Database; New Research, Education, and Outreach Librarians; Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race; Digital Archive Highlight-EA Archive; RefWorks Tutorials; Staff News.
Vol. 8, no. 2 (March 2014) - Table of Contents: Expertise, Resources, Place: A Library Strategic Planning Update; Measuring the Impact of Research; United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Exhibition Deadly Medicine: Creating the Master Race Opens at the University of Maryland's Health Sciences & Human Services Library; The Horizon Report and 12 European EdTech Trends; Welcome Bohyun Kim & Tony Nguyen!; HS/HSL Founding Collection on the Web; Workshop Highlight: New Drug Information Workshops; New Connective Issues; Staff News.
Vol. 8, no. 3 (May 2014) - Table of Contents: A Focus on Expertise; Research Connection; Happy Sweet 16-We Brought You More Cake; Library Access After Graduation; HS/HSL Partners with the Southeastern/Atlantic Region; Notable Tech Trends: Quantified Self, Learning Analytics, and Big Data; Research Impact Symposium a Success!; Staff News.
Vol. 8, no. 4 (Sept. 2014) - Table of Contents: Welcome and Welcome Back!; National Medical Librarian's Month Student Break; Use your UMID to Request Articles and Books (ILLiad); Helpful Hints for Students; Data Management Best Practices; 3 Library Wishes; Librarian Consultation for Distance Students; Project SHARE Curriculum; Leveraging Research Impact Workshop; AccessPharmacy and Clinical Key No Longer Available at HS/HSL; SciVal is now UMB Experts!; Notable Tech Trends: The Maker Movement and 3D Printing; New Historical Book Purchased; Upcoming Exhibit at the Library; Staff News.
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