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Addiego Health Sciences Library at the Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) in East Meadow, N.
6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Linking more than 100 hospitals throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, the Group Licensing Initiative organized by the Health Sciences Library Association of New Jersey (HSLANJ) is being hailed by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine (NNLM), Middle Atlantic Region, as a "model within the region and beyond.
May 16-June 26); the University of Colorado-Denver's Health Sciences Library and Northport (N.
UCHIN is a collaborative project of the Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah and the Health Round Table (HEART, 2004) of the Utah Library Association.
Publishing trends affecting libraries were discussed by Linda Watson, University of Virginia Health Sciences Library, and included: 1) journal subscription price increases outpacing library budgets, 2) publishers' bundling of journal subscriptions into large contracts often not well matched with institutional research interests, 3) consolidations in the publishing industry, 4) restrictive licensing terms overriding copyright and fair use practices, 5) long-term archival access to electronic content, and 6) selective deletions of published articles from databases and e-publications.
Rather than design the classroom for wireless laptops or tablet PCs, Andy White, associate director for the Health Sciences Library, set out to research a variety of thin client solutions to install instead.
Providing IT services for 5,000 HSC students, staff and administrators comes under the duties of the Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center (HSLIC).
html Columbia University's Health Sciences Library maintains this annotated bibliography related to evidence-based medicine.