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This license is commonly used for video games and it allows users to download and play the game for free. Basically, a product is offered Free to Play (Freemium) and the user can decide if he wants to pay the money (Premium) for additional features, services, virtual or physical goods that expand the functionality of the game. In some cases, ads may be show to the users.

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Academic libraries strive to provide timely access to relevant electronic information resources to sundry users in the era where emerging technologies promise to revolutionise user experiences. This is seen through a host of related services and facilities packaged to provide trustworthy, convenient, and unlimited access to scholarly information resources. In developing countries, the assumption that the availability of electronic information resources necessarily translates to the accessibility of the same breaks down completely. Our understanding of how barriers to access systematically varies with the compositional and contextual characteristics of users is incomplete. Using a public university library in Ghana, this study assessed the heterogeneous barriers or constraints students encounter in accessing electronic resources based on their demographic and contextual attributes. A descriptive survey design was adopted and structured questionnaires were administered randomly to 558 students in the four constituent colleges of the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Data were collected and analysed using SPSS and descriptive statistics were generated. The results revealed that students faced six key challenges in accessing electronic information resources in the library namely delays in the download of information, poor internet connectivity, and limited accessibility of university portal, inadequate computers in the library, poor lighting and limited ancillary services (on the spot printing facilities), with differences based on gender, academic level, and college affiliation. Only 24% males and 26% females had no challenges or problems with delays in the download of electronic information. About three-fourth of all users had poor internet connectivity and complained about inadequate computers associated with accessing electronic resources. Forty (40%) percent of undergraduate students in the colleges of education studies, agriculture and natural sciences, and humanities and legal studies each encountered four to six simultaneous challenges. Irrespective of gender, first-year undergraduate students in all four colleges were the least likely to report multiple challenges. This suggests the need for targeted and context-specific interventions to address the identified challenges.

Mobile health (mHealth) is a term used to describe the advances in mobile applications and associated innovations in technology to aid patient care. Being a major constituent of mHealth, mobile devices have drastically evolved since their first introduction in 1973 [1,8]. Doctors are now able to view medical textbooks and calculate drug formulas through apps, eliminating human errors and thus saving time [8,9]. A study on mHealth published in 2017 in Turkey found that communication and information gathering were the major uses of smartphones among physicians [3,10]. With the introduction of smartphones into hospitals, there has also been, peri passu, a simultaneous increase in the demand for medical applications, which has ushered in a new era of convenience. There are currently over 40,000 medical apps available for download in various app stores, and this figure will only continue to rise with increasing popularity [4,11].

Of the doctors from KHUH and QMH who owned a smartphone, 87% (86/99) and 86% (83/97), respectively, downloaded medical apps; 63% (58/92) of the doctors in KHUH and 51% (48/95) of the doctors in QMH owned 1-3 medical apps, as Table 3 shows.

Mx GUI: Mxsoftware for structural equation modeling with a graphic user interface(GUI). You can download this software for free from the MxHome Page ( ). You can also use Mx atsome campuscomputerlabs.

Installation:1. Point your web browser to the MxHome Page listed above.2. Click Download and then Windows Mx Gui (again, if you use adifferent operating system, choose accordingly, but you are on yourown).3. Choose the Windows installation file (currently Mx Win9x/2K/NTversion 2.5MB).4. Follow the instructions on the web page.5. Mx Gui should install with a manual in pdf format. If you cannotfind it in your Mx folder (I have one PC where it is there but the filemanager window does not show it although save as windows do), you candownload the manual directly by clicking Documentation on the Mx Gui page and thenselecting Manual and then the PDF manual link from the manual page.6. Note: If you use Windows Vista, the help files internal to MxGuiwill not work. However, the manual is more useful and sufficient.7. Mx Gui should show on your start menu as Mx32.8. If you click the tool button in Mx that looks like a little pathdiagram, it should open a new window. Inside that window, you should beable to use the circle, box, and arrow tool buttons to draw a pathdiagram.9. To exit Mx, simply click Exit from the bottom of the File menu.

Installation:1. Point your web browser to the ComprehensiveRArchive Network (CRAN).2. From the sidebar menu on the left, near the top, click Mirrors andselect something geographically close (e.g., Pennsylvania). The samepage will reload from a closer server.3. Select Windows (if that is your operating system), if you use anApple computer, your version of R differs somewhat and I am notfamiliar with it.4. Click base. Then download and run the newest version installationfile (currently R-2.9.1-win32.exe). Further installation instructionsare provided on the CRAN web page.5. Once installation is compete, start R. You will see a window with a'>' prompt. At the prompt you may type the following command to testthe installation.


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