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An Evaluation of the American Models of Public Library Service for Disabled Users for Poland An Evaluation of the American Models of Public Library Service for Disabled Users for Poland
Malgorzata Fedorowicz
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 2007,
Abstract: The service of disabled people is an extremely important segment of public libraries activity. In the United States, Canada and Scandinavian countries a great importance is attached to expanding library offer by adding services aimed to this category of users. In this work three American models of library service in public libraries are discussed. The models are: delivering library services outside a library, in other words, an outreach program, rendering services in special needs centers and integrated service, which is provided in the same place and in the same way as for the remaining members of the community (it is also called mainstreaming). Next, the models are compared with actions taken in this field in Polish libraries, which after many years of isolation from the latest trends currently are trying to overtake backlogs.
Letter to the editor: efficacy of sodium hypochlorite and chlorhexidine against Enterococcus faecalis - a systematic review
Zbys Fedorowicz
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/s1678-77572009000300002
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Letter to Editor
Zbys Fedorowicz
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s1678-77572008000400002
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Geochronological and Sedimentological Interpretation of Interglacial Aquatic Sediments based on TL Dating
Stanislaw Fedorowicz, Algirdas Gaigalas
Geochronometria , 2010, DOI: 10.2478/v10003-010-0003-7
Abstract: For the first time sedimentological interpretation of absolute ages obtained by thermoluminescence method on aquatic interglacial sediments was made. The analyzed size fractions of quartz grains were 160-250, 125-160, 100-125, 80-100 and 63-80 μm. The youngest and most reliable ages from 22 analyzed samples were obtained from the following quartz grain size granulometric fractions: 160-250 μm - 3 cases, 125-160 μm - 7, 100-125 μm - 6, 80-100 μm - 3 and 63-80 μm - 2 cases. Therefore, it may be concluded that the most suitable fractions for thermoluminescence dating are 125-160 μm and 100-125 μm. While evaluating the results of thermoluminescence dating it is necessary to take into account the procedure of sampling from layers of interest, their lithological composition, first of all granulometric, sedimentary environment, including sources of material, the material getting to the load flows, transportation mode and basin differentiation. From all the granulometric fractions of a sample, age of fine-grained fraction (63-80 μm) may be explained by the input of aeolian dust to a basin and sedimentation along with clasts brought to a lake by water flows. Aeolian sand storms performed precise multigenetic sedimentation that was active during that time. Bimodality of granulometric composition is defined by input of material from various sources of different composition. Older ages were obtained in the case of positive granulometric asymmetry. After sedimentological interpretation of thermoluminescence (TL) dating we can state that formation of aquatic fine-grained sands occurred 83.6±10 - 116.1±13 and 130.2±15 - 276.4±32 thousand years (ky) ago. Those geochronological zones coincide with interg lacial periods of Merkine (75.5-114 ky) and Snaigupele (180-280 ky) in Lithuania.
Age Correlation of Loess with other Pleistocene Deposits on the Basis of TL and OSL Dating
Stanis aw Fedorowicz
Geochronometria , 2007, DOI: 10.2478/v10003-007-0013-2
Abstract: The author collected 26 samples from six loess profiles located in Poland and Ukraine and 16 samples from three galcigenic profiles in Lithuania. TL and OSL dates were obtained for the samples. The TL dates were calculated in the Gdańsk University laboratory and the OSL dates were obtained by the Institute of Physics Laboratory at the Silesian Technical University. The dating results were referred to the OSL = f(TL) chart. In respect of luminescent dating results, the Upper Vistulian loess shows a high similarity of TL and OSL dates. It means that loess formation took place in conditions conductive to ensure that solar radiation the grains were exposed to reduce the energy accumulated in them. The TL dates of Middle and Upper Vistulian loess are slightly older than the OSL dates. The largest discrepancies were found in soil sample dates. The analysis of glacigenic profile dates is not unambiguous. The fact that the TL dates are older than the OSL dates may mean that during deposition the conditions were not sufficiently conductive to reduce the energy stored earlier in the grains examined with the TL method. This time could have been sufficient to reduce the energy examined with the OSL method.
The international EQUATOR network: enhancing the quality and transparency of health care research
Nikolaos Pandis,Zbys Fedorowicz
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/s1678-77572011000500001
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Guest Editorial - Grading the quality of evidence and strength of recommendations: the GRADE approach to improving dental Clinical Guidelines
Mona Nasser,Zbys Fedorowicz
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/s1678-77572011000100001
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Guest Editorial - Evidence based healthcare: encouraging the adoption of a new philosophy of care
Z. Fedorowicz,JT. Newton
Journal of Applied Oral Science , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1678-77572010000400001
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New Method for Measurement of Plant Roots Specific Surface  [PDF]
Grzegorz , Jozefaciuk, Malgorzata Lukowska
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.45135
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To provide enough space to carry all surface charges responsible for high cation exchange capacity of plant roots, large area of the root specific surface is necessary, however all experimental methods used up to date give too small surface area values. In this paper, we propose to measure the plant roots surface area using water vapor adsorption isotherm. This method gives roots specific surface areas compatible to CEC. Methodical aspects of the measurements are described along with theoretical background for calculating specific surface area on the example of roots of barley grown in nutrient solution.

National frameworks' survey on standardization of e-Government documents and processes for interoperability
Pankowska,Malgorzata;
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-18762008000200006
Abstract: e-government can be defined as internet applications for public administration processes and decisión making on local, regional, national as well as cross-national level. therefore, the strong necessity to ensure vertical and horizontal interoperation of administrative units is arrived. the main goal of the paper is to reveal how interoperability is built into the public administration engineering process. the paper covers explanations how interoperability is important for e-governmental processes covering documents flows and what activities have been realized with eu agencies to ensure interoperability development. the first part of the paper comprises explanation of e-government document engineering and administrative process development. the second part covers consideration on interoperability for e-business and public administration. the third part includes analysis of what standardization is demanded for interoperability of e-government agencies and how different countries' governments are prepared to ensure such interoperability in public administration in the light of documents, institutional norms and open standards.
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