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(2016-10-21)Short web presentation on how to include students with disabilities in library instruction and consultations. Presentation focused on universal design for learning and five best practices stemming from UDL. Presented for ...
(2017-04-03)As libraries adopt new technologies, it is important to consider how and by whom they will be managed and incorporated into existing organizational structures. This presentation will cover the preliminary results of widely ...
(2013-06-30)This presentation presents the results of a transaction log analysis project at University of Houston Libraries and the website changes that were made as a result.
Semantic Memory in HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorders: an Evaluation of the "Cortical" versus "Subcortical" Hypothesis (2017-07-21)While HIV- associated neurocognitive disorders (HAND) have historically been characterized as a subcortical process, there is some evidence to suggest that the cortical regions that support semantic memory may also be ...
The Atlantis Effect: Aquatic Invocations and the (Re)Claiming of Women’s Space through the Works and Archives of Lydia Cabrera, Gloria Anzaldúa, and Tatiana De La Tierra (2017-05-25)Though writing and living within different times and places, Cuban ethnographer Lydia Cabrera (1901-1991), Chicana scholar and writer Gloria E. Anzaldúa (1942-2004), and Colombian writer tatiana de la tierra (1966-2012), ...