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- The information at the below link is mostly for the participants of this project, however, if you are interested in learning about how to find apps to experiment with or use, please click on the link
- Learn about where to go to find apps for your mobile device.
- Offered via Adobe Connect (no special software needed).
- Check the calendar for upcoming technology related classes
- Want to learn technology? You can request a class by contacting John Bramble or Rachel Vukas.
- e-Science: Advances in digital technologies and communication have converged to form the new methodology of scientific research known as e-Science. There are new roles for librarian's to play in support of e-Science just waiting to be discovered. Visit this site from the New England Region to learn more.
- Keeping up with new technologies: how can you keep up? Take a look at our list of our best picks to learn about new technology, e-science, and informatics.
- Communication Tools: reviews and checklist of the latest tools.
- EHRs: An overview of EHRs, Meaningful Use, CMS Incentive Programs, and the librarian's role in EHR technology.
- Strategies for Increasing Internet Access to Restricted Resources: Assistance for overcoming Internet access barriers and implementation Web 2.0 technologies.
Contact us for help with but not limited to...
- Emerging technologies, such as wikis, blogs, social bookmarking, and social networking
- Cool gear, like mobile devices, mediated reality devices, Cloud technologies, etc.
- Videoconferencing and computer-based voice over IP services, such as Skype
- Podcasting, video casting, or video broadcasting
- Gain more access to online content...strategies for working with your IT department.