Maryland Shared Open Access Repository
MD-SOAR is a shared digital repository platform for eleven colleges and universities in Maryland. It is currently funded by the University System of Maryland and Affiliated Institutions (USMAI) Library Consortium (usmai.org) and other participating partner institutions. MD-SOAR is jointly governed by all participating libraries, who have agreed to share policies and practices that are necessary and appropriate for the shared platform. Within this broad framework, each library provides customized repository services and collections that meet local institutional needs. Please follow the links below to learn more about each library's repository services and collections.
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(2018)Salisbury University is home to about 8,748 undergraduate students. This is a relatively small college population when compared with the likes of Pennsylvania State University whose undergraduate enrollment is about 41,359 ...
(2018)The intention of this research is to find more effective way to rehabilitate juvenile delinquents in Baltimore City, Maryland. Baltimore has a higher than average rate of juvenile criminal activity compared to the rest of ...
(2018)In this paper, we explore using high performance computers (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI) within video games. Historically, the use of HPCs has been difficult for the average person due to the high startup cost ...
Does Docosahexaenoic Acid (DHA) Inhibit Metastasis in B16 Cell Lines by Altering Cell Adhesion Potentials and Cell Motility? (2018)Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, an ω-3 fatty acid) has dramatic effects on many cancer cell lines including the ability to reduce their metastatic capacity. Though the details of the mechanisms of many of these effects remain ...
An Analysis of the Risks and Benefits of Combined Oral Contraceptive Use among Adolescents and Young Women (2018)With every medication there are risks and benefits. Most realize that with every desired benefit a medication provides the individual may also experience side effects. These side effects may have a negative or positive ...