Long Health Sciences Library at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and the Edward G.
What does HSL stand for?
HSL stands for Health Sciences Library (various universities)
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We have 115 other meanings of HSL in our Acronym Attic
- Hunter Standoff Killer Team (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle)
- Hadiah Sastera Kumpulan Utusan (Malaysian)
- Hardship Letter (immigration)
- Hardware Simulation Laboratory (US NASA)
- Harwell Subroutine Library
- Hazard Significant Level
- Hazardous Substance List
- Hazardous Substance Location (New Zealand HSNO regulations)
- Health and Safety Laboratory (United Kingdom)
- Health and Safety Law (various locations)
- Health Service Laboratory
- Helicopter Anti-Submarine Warfare Squadron Light
- Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Light (US Navy)
- Helicopter Antisubmarine Warfare Light
- Helicopter Sling Load (cargo transport)
- Helvetas Sri Lanka
- HERMES Softlab
- Hessisches Statistisches Landesamt (German)
- High School Liaison (various locations)
- High Speed Launch (British powerboat; UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Taubman Health Sciences Library , University of Michigan Library
For the past few years, the librarians of the University of Michigan's Taubman Health Sciences library have been reaching out to collaborate in a number of ways: sometimes one librarian interacts just once with a single group, or else there are long-term relationships between several librarians and a whole department, or else with community members.
Health Sciences Library, University of Buffalo, Buffalo, NY http://ublib.
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).