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How Did that Get in There?: Streaming Media in the Land of Discovery

Kaplanian, Harry; Spicer, Scott; Wood, Aaron (2012-11-08)
Audio and video content have had a history of isolation from mainstream discovery and delivery in large part due to the complexities of the lending systems that have developed around them. These systems have dictated a ...

Breaking Into Uncharted Territory: Collaborating On NIH Public Access Policy Compliance with the Sponsored Projects Administration

Chew, Katherine (2015-05)
Objectives: Non-compliance with the NIH Public Access Policy can severely hamper researchers’ efforts by delaying awards funding. Facilitating compliance with the policy can be a problematic process, especially across ...

Exploring Disciplinary Differences in Data Management Practices

Bakker, Caitlin; Farrell, Shannon; Neeser, Amy (2015)
Our poster will compare and contrast the differences in requirements and practice of data management plans in the broad disciplinary fields of life sciences and health sciences. We will discuss the similarities and differences ...

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