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  • Abstract:

    US consumers eat a lot of beef. The nation’s beef cattle production industry is a multi-faceted, complex supply chain which makes it an area rich for discussion about information practices, yet vulnerable to problems such as disease and terrorist attack. This research looks at cattle identification and traceability information resources that are accessible to beef cattle producers through two web channels: the state cooperative Extension website and the state Department of Agriculture website…

    Date Created:
    2015-10-19
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    BACKGROUND In 2006, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued revisions to its 2001 guidelines for HIV counseling and testing, removing the pre-test written consent and prevention counseling requirements, and expanding the role of health care providers/settings. The aim of these revisions is to increase rates of early diagnosis of HIV via the routinization of HIV testing. Despite the publication and promotion of the CDC’s revisions, and the existence of simple and safe Food and …

    Date Created:
    2015-06-09
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  • Author(s):
    Rick Johnson
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    This article that appeared in the Oct. 27th edition of “This Week@Hesburgh Libraries” is a recap of the Hydra Connect 2 conference that happened from September 29 - October 3, 2014 at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. It gives an overview of the themes of the conference as well as historical background on how and why Hesburgh Libraries and the University of Notre Dame joined the Hydra open source community.

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    Presentation given at Open Repositories 2014 in Finland on the community Hydramata project that is building a shared application framework for institutional repositories based on Hydra.

    We are all facing rapidly changing repository demands that call for maximizing flexibility and interoperability among a heterogeneous network of technologies, varied workflows and wide array of evolving formats that are pushing the limits of our Institutional Repository technology. We need a repository to sup…

    Date Created:
    2014-05-29
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    Presentation