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    NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
    (2022-11-04) Fredrick, Rose
    Agenda:|Policy Requirements, Scope, and Exceptions|Data Management Plans: Elements and Tools|Data Repositories Selection and Recommendations|Library Support and Additional Resources
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    Submitting a Thesis or Dissertation to the CDR.
    (Creighton University Health Sciences Library, 2017-04-20) Jizba, Richard
    IMPORTANT NOTICE|We are in the process of updating the contact information in these resources, all remaining content is still current.|New Contact Information: / (402) 280-5130| These materials are provided to help Creighton Graduate Students who have finished their theses or dissertations and want to submit them to the CDR.|VIDEOS: Two versions are provided. The narrative presentation includes a little more information than the version with no audio. The slides are identical. Duration: 8.75 minutes for the narrated version, 4 minutes for the silent version. |HANDOUTS: These are slides of the presentation, with the option of either 1 slide per page or 2 slides per page.
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    User's Guide to the Daily Reflections Archive in CDR
    (2014-06-12) Jizba, Richard; Jizba, Richard J.
    PLEASE NOTE: This PDF includes a hyperlinked table of contents and images that may not display properly when opened in a browser. Please download the file (below) and open it on your workstation.
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    Searching, part 1: The Problem of Language
    (Health Sciences Library, Creighton University, 2007) Jizba, Richard
    Noting that searching is a matter of identifying the combination of words which occurs in relevant records but not in irrelevant records, this paper explains the kinds of problems searchers will encounter and how to overcome them.
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    Searching, part 7: Using proximity operators
    (Health Sciences Library, Creighton University, 2007) Jizba, Richard; Melonis, Rose
    As discussed in the unit on The Problems of Language, phrasing and word proximity present an occasional challenge for the searcher. All search systems provide some way to specify word proximity, although the choices may be quite limited. This guide describes some the general types of proximity operations available.