TUScholarShare

TUScholarShare

TUScholarShare is a service to support the needs of the Temple University community around sharing, promoting, and archiving the wide range of scholarly works created in the course of research and teaching. The repository aims to make Temple scholarship freely available online to a global audience, with the goal of advancing knowledge and learning.

 

                                                   

 

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  • We’re all about openness: Except when it comes to our workspaces

    Bell, Steven; Bell|0000-0003-3916-4013 (2023-10-01)
    When it comes to information access, academic librarians are advocates for openness. They demonstrate a strong commitment to creating cultures of openness at their institutions, leading the way for others to grasp the power and benefits of open access publishing, open education practices, open data sharing, and more. Breaking down information barriers while establishing pathways to unfettered and free access is a core professional value. It’s probably safe to say that academic librarians have yet to encounter an open concept they refuse to embrace. Well, there might be one exception.
  • Search Strategies for a Scoping Review of TMJ and Manual Therapy

    Brintzenhoff, Jacob; Eger, Courtney; Crane, Patricia; Haddad, Alex (2024-05-21)
    To identify studies to include or consider for this scoping review, the review team worked with a librarian (JB, CE) to develop detailed search strategies for each database. The PRISMA-S extension was followed for search reporting. The librarians (JB, CE) developed the search for PubMed (NLM) and translated the search for every database searched. The PubMed (NLM) search strategy was reviewed by the research team to check for accuracy and term relevancy. All final searches were peer-reviewed by another librarian (Becca Fülöp, MLIS, PhD) following the Peer Review of Electronic Search Strategies (PRESS checklist).    The databases included in this search are PubMed (NLM), Embase (Elsevier), Web of Science (Clarivate), Cochrane Central (Wiley), and Dentistry and Oral Sciences Source (EBSCOhost), using a combination of keywords and subject headings. A grey literature search included a clinical trials registry (clinicaltrials.gov), TRIP Pro (https://www-tripdatabase-com), and MedRxiv (https://www.medrxiv.org/).    
  • “Everyday Use”: My Sojourn at Parchman Farm

    Institute on Disabilities (Temple University) (1993-01)
  • Mrs. Wickham's "Dogs of Noted Americans"

    Institute on Disabilities (Temple University) (1993)
    Gertrude Van Rensselaer Wickham's preliminary research for "Dogs of Noted Americans" offers insight into the domestic lives of writers, historical figures, and other celebrities of the last half of the nineteenth century as well as into the ideology of pets in Victorian America.
  • The Vampire Motif in "Absalom, Absalom!"

    Institute on Disabilities (Temple University) (1984-07-01)

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