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  • Marianne Cooper, H Marron, Science Libraries—consolidated, De-Partmental
  • 2012
New theories about how to organize academic collections have been developed in recent years, and many practitioners of these theories have distinguished themselves by advancing their ideas. While discussing the pros and cons of various organizational possibilities, however , such as centralization and decentralization, authors seem occasionally to have(More)
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In response to increasing calls for the reform of the undergraduate science curriculum for life science majors and pre-medical students (Bio2010, Scientific Foundations for Future Physicians, Vision & Change), an interdisciplinary team has created NEXUS/Physics: a repurposing of an introductory physics curriculum for the life sciences. The curriculum(More)
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