Congratulations to Technology Improvement Awardees
We are pleased to announce the the recipients of our latest round of Technology Improvement Awards.
Library Website Enhancement to Improve Health Information
Providence St. Peter Hospital
Project Manager: Isaac Huffman
This award supports the creation of online tutorials and learning modules to train physicians and nurses in the use of electronic medical resources.
Health Info to Go!
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Missoula Public Library
Project Managers: Kim Granath and Cara Cadena
Health Info to Go! is a mobile reference system promoting access to health information resources for the Baby Boomer generation. The project uses Missoula Public Library’s classic, refurbished Bookmobile as its transportation unit.
Wired Up Waiting!
St. Patrick Hospital & Health Sciences Center
Project Manager: Dana Kopp
This award supports an upgrade for the library’s public computers as well as relocation of older computers to hospital waiting rooms for use by patients, families and visitors.
Health Literacy Project
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation – Youth & Elders Program
Project Manager: Stephanie Rainwater
This award supports the creation of a health literacy resource center to address the health information needs of youth and seniors at an urban neighborhood center.
Microfilm Scanner Replacement
Riverpoint Campus Library (EWU/WSU)
Project Manager: Bob Pringle
This award funds the replacement of a malfunctioning microfilm scanner. The new scanner will produce high-quality images and improve the efficiency of document delivery for articles from the library’s journal backfiles.
Library Scanner Purchase
Murray Memorial Library at Samaritan Health Services
Project Manager: Stefani Sackinger
A new scanner dedicated for library use will provide greater efficiency for electronic document delivery service to hospital staff, physicians, and other libraries.
Congratulations to all!