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Beyond the SEA – June 19, 2013 – Managing Technology Barriers in the Health Sciences Library – Recording Now Available

The recording of the June 19, 2013 can be found at https://webmeeting.nih.gov/p35343935/

Beyond the SEA: June 19, 2013– Managing Technology Barriers in the Health Sciences Library

Time: 12pm EDT

The NN/LM-SE/A Technology Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) proudly presents “Managing Technology Barriers in the Health Sciences Library”, a panel discussion, in which four experts will share how they’ve intercepted and managed various technological or organizational barriers pertaining to technology within their libraries. The Technology RAC and invited speakers hope to facilitate discussion and inspire solution-oriented ideas among audience members facing similar challenges or barriers in their own institutions.

Moderator:

Kimberley Barker, MLIS               

Kimberley is Manager for Technology Education and Computing at the Claude Moore Health Sciences Library at the University of Virginia and Chair of the Technology Regional Advisory Committee (RAC) for the National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Southeastern-Atlantic region. Kimberley tweets @KR_Barker.

Speakers:

Jean Siebert, MLS, MBA, AHIP  

Jean began as a reference librarian at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Library. She now works at the West Virginia University (WVU) Health Sciences Library as the Collection Manager/Reference Librarian and has a secondary appointment with the emerging WVU School of Public Health.  She continues to be interested in how to use technology to help solve library users’ problems and provide better patient care. Jean will present on overcoming challenges presented in teaching EndNote X6 and offers suggestions to others considering offering instruction on this product.  Jean tweets @jeansiebert.

Emily Brennan, MLIS     

Emily is a Clinical Services Librarian in the Reference and Education department of the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Library. She is the liaison to the College of Medicine and Physical Therapy Program, and goes on clinical rounds in the hospital with the pediatrics department. Emily teaches students, staff and faculty about mobile device apps through monthly workshops, outreach events, and curricular classes. Emily will present on barriers – technological and otherwise – encountered with mobile devices and on the solutions she created to overcome them. Barriers encountered on clinical rounds and during instruction include: app limitations, improperly functioning webpages on mobile devices, ranges of devices and platforms, complicated download instructions for library-provided apps, and challenges associated with the inability to easily record mobile sessions on the university’s lecture capture software. Emily has managed to overcome these barriers through research and creativity, and will share her experiences with you. Emily’s Twitter contact is @emilybren.

Oliver Obst, PhD             

Dr. Obst, joining the panel from the University of Munster, in Munster, Germany studied biology and has worked as a subject specialist at the University and Regional Library Münster since 1993 and became the director of the Branch Library of Medicine in 1996. Since 1994, he has been a member of the German and European MLA— the European Association for Health Information and Libraries– and has served as the national delegate of the EAHIL for Germany since 2007. His hobbies include horseback archery and acting. Dr. Obst will be presenting on organizational barriers encountered during a 2010 project to develop an tablet lending program where creative budgeting and strategic planning were essential to the project’s success and continued growth. Dr. Obst is on Twitter @obsto.

Alisha Miles, MLIS         

Alisha, (previously a solo hospital librarian who also worked directly with Clinical Informatics and setting up the hospital EHR), is now the Assistant Director for Public Services at Mercer University’s Medical Library.  Alisha will provide tips for overcoming barriers to librarian involvement with the EHR as well as other Meaningful Use aspects. The suggestions are based on her experience as a solo hospital librarian working directly with the Clinical Informatics Department. Alisha can be found online and blogging as Alisha764.

What do you need to join these conferences?
• A computer (with Flash installed)
• A telephone

How do I connect?
Go to this URL: http://webmeeting.nih.gov/beyondthesea
• Enter as a Guest
• Sign in with your first and last name

Follow the instructions in the meeting room to have Adobe Connect call your phone or call 1-800-605-5167 and enter the participant code 816440 when prompted.

 

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Last updated on Friday, 22 November, 2013

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