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  • Examining the cultural and community contexts to address opioid misuse and OUD in Black communities 

    Gilbert, Lauren (2021-10-27)
    While Black Americans have similar rates of opioid misuse as national rates, Black Americans in urban areas have seen the sharpest rise in opioid drug death rates, with the biggest rise from synthetic opioids. Disparities in ...
  • Copyright 101 

    Fagundes, Dave (2021-11-17)
    This session is presented by Dave Fagundes, the Baker Botts LLP Professor of Law and the Research Dean at the University of Houston Law Center. It covers the basics of the federal Copyright Act and major judicial ...
  • EndNote 101 

    Lapka, Stephanie (2021-10-20)
    EndNote Online is a citation manager that can be used by researchers to format, organize, and share citations. Stefanie Lapka, Health Sciences Librarian at UH Libraries, will cover how to create an account, utilize plug-ins, ...
  • “God Is My Quarantine Buddy”: Debates in Ritual Practice Among North American Pagans in 2020 

    Teplin, Milo-Rhys Kaden; 0000-0002-7106-1930 (2021-09-02)
    The past four decades of research in the contemporary paganism faith movement in the United States have focused on the creation of cosmologies based on scholarship, reclamations of heritage, counter-culturalism, and ...
  • Metadata Works From Home: How Student Workers Continued to Work While Increasing Collection Accessibility 

    Vinson, Emily; Weidner, Andrew (2021-05)
    To keep our on-site student staff gainfully employed in early 2020, as the realities of the coronavirus pandemic came into sharp focus, a University of Houston Libraries team hatched a plan for student employees to create ...

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