v30 #4 September 2018 Full Issue

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Trends in the Health Sciences and Biomedical Sciences Information Landscape

Guest Editor: Ramune K. Kubilius (Collection Development / Special Projects Librarian, Galter Health Sciences Library & Learning Center, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) <r-kubilius@northwestern.edu>

“Responding to encouragement from ATG editors, every few years, an opportunity arises to invite colleagues from the health sciences library community to share their insights. In a series of articles, the contributors provide a view of the landscape. What are health sciences libraries (or their larger institutions) “building” (acquiring, collecting, licensing) these days? Where have health sciences librarians’ skills and interests led (or where could they potentially lead)? What services are being offered? In 2018, some of the eight contributions build on themes touched upon in previous ATG health sciences
special issue compilations, while others reflect on new or different themes. This issue addresses technology, metadata, special library services (taxonomy, peer review), health literacy, One Health, eBooks, new medical school libraries, and institutional repositories.” Read more by browsing the full issue below.

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