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(Purdue University/Purdue e-Pubs, 2009-09)Members of the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) discuss the benefits and challenges of managing acquisitions in an academic library consortium.
(ALA Editions, 2018)Libraries have long been proponents of automation, but one area that remains a challenge is support for electronic resource management. With each step in the long history of library automation, expectations are that the ...
(Purdue University/Purdue e-Pubs, 2014)Two different University of Maryland Libraries discuss how they have moved to an e‐dominant model, the reasons why, and the new acquisitions strategies libraries can use in crafting an e‐dominant collection. Whether your ...
The Time Has Come...To Build, Reflect, and Analyze Connections Between Qualitative and Quantitative Data (Charleston Conference, 2019, 2019-11-06)This poster will address the development process of a qualitative evaluation tool to aid in the thorough analysis of library resources at the University of Maryland. Specifically, our project looks at the use and added ...
(2019-10)In 1944, the US Office of Strategic Services released the Simple Sabotage Field Manual. Originally intended to aid the WWII-era citizen saboteur in committing small, undetectable acts of sabotage within an enemy organization, ...