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OceanGliders: A Component of the Integrated GOOS
The OceanGliders program started in 2016 to support active coordination and enhancement of global glider activity. OceanGliders contributes to the international efforts of the Global OceanExpand
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Change and conflict in the academic library
It has been observed that “the libraries of colleges and universities are changing faster than their respective parent institutions. Essentially everything in and around the library is changing:Expand
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Impel project: the impact on people of electronic libraries
The IMPEL Project is a research project run collaboratively by the Information Services Department and Department of Information and Library Management at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle.Expand
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Realising the Hybrid library
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In a recent D‐Lib Magazine article, Chris Rusbridge, the Director of the UK Electronic Libraries (eLib) Programme, argued for the adoption of the ‘hybrid library’ model of information provision. Expand
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Assessing What we Value and Valuing What we Assess?: Constraints and opportunities for promoting lifelong learning with postgraduate professionals
This paper explores postgraduate assessors' perspectives on what informs the approaches and interpretations they bring to judgement-making in the assessment of students' written assignments. AExpand
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Living the HyLiFe: Addressing the information needs of physiotherapists
Summary Physiotherapists need to access a wide range of literature in order to respond to such initiatives as continuing professional development, evidence-based practice and clinical governance. TheExpand
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99mTc-NC100692--a tracer for imaging vitronectin receptors associated with angiogenesis: a preclinical investigation.
INTRODUCTION Technetium 99m (99mTc)-NC100692 is being developed as a marker of vitronectin receptor expression. The purpose of this study was to confirm the binding affinity [dissociation constantExpand
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Realizing the Hybrid Library
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