- 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.
Resources and Tools
- 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.
- HITECH (Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act): Regional Extention Centers and Community College Consortia Health Information Technology are two projects being supported by the NN/LM MCR.
- 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 implementating Web 2.0 technologies.
Contact us for help with:
- Emerging technologies, such as wikis, blogs, social bookmarking, and social networking
- Videoconferencing and computer-based voice over IP services, such as Skype
- Podcasting, video casting, or video broadcasting