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Funded by the National Library of Medicine, a committee of local leaders and medical library staff improved access to health information in a poor, rural county of South Carolina with a large minority population. A needs assessment, Internet training, and community events involving high school students were key program components.
As a part of Medical University negotiations with the federal government regarding indirect cost rate, the library staff attempted to determine how much of current journal expenditures went to support federally sponsored research in 1982. We compiled a list of research journals for review by the library's Research Collection Development Committee and… (More)
A need for centralized access to biomedical databanks was identified at the Medical University of South Carolina. The library has taken a leadership role in administering selection, acquisition, storage, and dissemination of access to these databases. A discussion of established policies and procedures is included. The appendix describes the biomedical… (More)