Its space was meant to serve a population of about 950 users, but needs were well beyond that, explains Susan Starr, associate university librarian and director of the Biomedical Library.
What does BML stand for?
BML stands for Biomedical Library (University of South Alabama and University of California, San Diego)
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We have 132 other meanings of BML in our Acronym Attic
- Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana (Italian library)
- Bibliothèque Médicale Lemanissier (French: Lemanissier Medical Library; Le Mans, France)
- Bibliothèque Michel Lebrun (French: Michel Lebrun Library)
- Bibliothèque Municipale de Lyon (French: Lyon Municipal Library; Lyon, France)
- Bidder's Mailing List
- Big Mouth Loud (professional wrestling promotion; Japan)
- Biham-Middleton-Levine (traffic model)
- Bill Me Later
- Biologie Moléculaire des Ligneux (French: Molecular Biology of Woody Plants; conference)
- BioMechanics Laboratory
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The second-floor Knowledge Management Center, a 21st-century biomedical library, will have 90 percent of its core content available in digital format.
Grassian (UCLA College Library) and Kaplowitz (Louise Darling Biomedical Library, UCLA) provide guidance for solving common problems in information literacy instruction, such as organizational culture challenges, working with administrators, team building, marketing and publicizing programs, and managing technology.
will provide mission-critical IT services and support to NLM, the world's largest biomedical library.
This growing library of products complements the most complete and accurate 3D biomedical library and 3D Human Anatomy collections available today.
Through DOCLINE and MedlinePlus, every biomedical library can offer their expert services to health consumers.
Because we are the world's largest biomedical library, millions of people look to us for answers to their health questions," said Betsy L.
Darling Biomedical Library adapted to changes in the Medical School's curriculum, developed new ways to support the school's instructional goals, and provided information literacy instruction.