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Investigation of the Immediate Effects of the Facilitated Oscillatory Release Technique versus the Traditional Posterolateral Glide on Internal Rotation Range of the Asymptomatic Shoulder: A Pilot Study
Background & Purpose: The Facilitated Oscillatory Release Technique (FORT), or “harmonics,” may be used in the treatment of shoulder injuries. Little evidence exists to support its use in physical therapy. The purpose of ...
Introduction to DSpace [presentation]
Lessons Learned in Creating New Digital Library Interfaces
During the past year the UNT Libraries completely redesigned two of its core digital library interfaces. The Portal to Texas History and the UNT Digital Library were modernized and improved with lessons learned from ...
TDL DSpace Education Working Group Training Needs Survey: Final Report
The Texas Digital Library (TDL) DSpace Education Working Group convened in Spring 2016 with the objective of assessing, updating, and standardizing DSpace training offered to member institutions by TDL. In order to understand ...
Low Cost Metadata Management: Tools and tips for catalogers
Many libraries need efficient and low-cost mechanisms to create, refine, modify, or crosswalk bibliographic data for use in digital repositories. Catalogers have the skills to serve this need. In this tutorial, we identify ...
Sharing “Gabo” With the World: Building the Gabriel Garcia Marquez Online Archive
In 2014 the Harry Ransom Center acquired the papers of Nobel Prize-winning author Gabriel García Márquez (1927-2014), considered one of the most significant writers of the twentieth century. Recognizing the worldwide ...
Digitizing for Accessibility: Building a Multimedia Disability History Archive That’s ADA Compliant
In the late 1960s, disabled students convinced UT Arlington administrators to make the campus accessible to students with a wide array of disabilities, striving to make the school into a model campus for Texas and the ...