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    Volume 25 Issue 1 Table of Contents

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    The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program’s Commitment to Open Access

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    The Oregon Digital Newspaper Program (ODNP) at the University of Oregon Libraries is an initiative to digitize historic and current Oregon newspapers, making them freely available to the public through a keyword-searchable online database. The ODNP is committed to open access and has included collaboration and data sharing with larger programs like the Library of Congress’ Chronicling America historic newspaper website. Since 2015, the ODNP has increased its open access mission by archiving and hosting born-digital newspaper content, as well as continuing digitization of historic newspapers from microfilm and print. This article outlines the ODNP’s past and current open access efforts, inclusion of diverse content, and open source, sustainable applications, websites, and workflows

    Review of The Morality of War (2nd ed.)

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    Clinical refractice correction under conditions of low illumination and contrast: Test of a new device

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    The relationship between scotopic viewing conditions and the need in some patients for a relatively more myopic correction has been known for some time. This study compared clinical refraction findings, as measured under standard examination conditions with findings under conditions of decreased illumination and contrast, using an innovative mirror/lens system to control contrast while maintaining average luminance nearly constant. Changes in refractive findings were statistically (p\u3c0.003) and clinically significant (mean change = 0.65D, SD = 0.20) . This indicates that decreasing the contrast of test letters in this manner can be a clinically useful aid to determination of refractive correction under conditions of low illumination and contrast

    The Role of Treating Musculoskeletal Disorder and Stress in Dental Hygiene Students

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    This feasibility trial examined the potential of a 10-week adapted yoga intervention protocol for pain and stress management among dental hygiene students. Yoga has demonstrated to be effective in the prevention and treatment of pain and stress, both of which have been implicated as significant negative moderators of student performance and experience. Students self-selected into a yoga treatment or control condition. They completed stress and pain measures at the beginning, midpoint, end, and 1-month following treatment. Results suggested that a yoga intervention was feasible for this population and that active yoga practice can lower stress across multiple domains. A X-week yoga protocol appears to be an accessible option for dental hygiene programs that seek to support their students in improving their overall wellbeing

    Churches replace book missing from libraries

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    St. Mark\u27s Episcopal and the Hood River Alliances Churches are joining to replace copies of A Wrinkle in Time. The Reverend considers the book as an affirmation of God\u27s love but recognizes that some might misunderstand and see witchcraft or sorcery and be concerned. A materials review committee is reviewing the book

    Sidney Harper Marsh Letter to Wife - Feb. 20, 1867

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    Wait a Second, Let Me Write It Down (poem)

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    The Beekeepers (poem)

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    A literature review of the history and development of contact lenses

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    A literature review of the history and development of contact lense
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