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In 2005, Course Pages were created to resolve the underutilization of medical library resources in the core areas of Undergraduate Medical Education (UGME). Course Pages may include e-books, e-journals, mobile resources, other online library resources, and reserve books. Six initial Course Pages were developed. After successful integration with the curriculum, a Course Page is now available for every required course in UGME at Florida State University. The 2005 Course Pages emphasized a variety of relevant course resources; the 2013 standardized design emphasizes usability and relies on faculty approval of all course resources. In 2010, Course Pages became accessible from any page on the medical library's website. Course Pages have enhanced the speed and accessibility to medical library resources for medical students and faculty from both on and off campus, and they have led to improved evaluation of usage, cost savings, more focused negotiations, and justified purchases.