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  • Awardee Project Reports / March 26, 2015

ProjectBody Apps: iPads for Undergrad Anatomy & Physiology Students
Awardee: Valerie Lynn / Penn State Hazleton, Hazleton, PA
Description: In a collaborative effort, the Penn State Hazleton Library and Department of Biology would like to utilize iPads and apps in the undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology curricula.  iPads pre-loaded with anatomy and physiology apps will be made available to health sciences students enrolled in anatomy and physiology courses.

ProjectHealthy Libraries, Health Communities
Awardees:  Nora Hardy / South Central Regional Library Council, Ithaca, NY
Description: South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC) proposes the development of a hybrid wellness program (virtual and in-person) for library workers to increase health information literacy and workplace wellness. Healthy Libraries, Healthy Communities will combine increased healthy practices and social networks with increased awareness of health and wellness information available through the National Library of Medicine.

ProjectMedical Library Technology Upgrade and Expansion
Awardee:  Claire Joseph / Jules Redish Memorial Library, South Nassau Communities Hospital, Oceanside, NY
Description: Funding is requested to upgrade and expand the technology resources of the Jules Redish Memorial Library at South Nassau Communities Hospital.  Funds will be utilized to purchase four additional computer workstations and replace an obsolete printer.  The project will also encompass hands-on computer-based training in library research methods that will be available to hospital employees, affiliated healthcare professionals, medical residents and students.  The proposed technology upgrade and expansion will provide enhanced access to research resources and training for the South Nassau Hospital community, a benefit that will be sustained well beyond the period of the award.