Libraries Without Borders (BSF) has developed a program that expands opportunities for the poorest individuals and families.
Past Funded Projects
|Emerging Trends: Medical Data and Me Community Awareness Project||
The project aims to increase the community's awareness of precision medicine.
|MLA - All of Us Research Program/Public Librarian Symposium||
The Public Librarian Symposium at the Medical Library Association (MLA) offers a unique opportunity for public librarians to receive education about health information and provide an introduction t
|Outreach Award: Senior health outreach||
The Outreach Services Department of the St.
|Outreach Award: The Iowa Family Leadership Training Institute (IFLTI)||
The Iowa Family Leadership Training Institute (IFLTI) is a four-session, in-person training designed to develop the leadership skills of emerging family leaders who are parents or primary caregiver
|Outreach Library 2017-2018: Medical College of Wisconsin||
Serve as a partner outreach library, offering training and promotion of NLM resources on behalf of the GMR.
|Outreach: Latino health and well-being workshop series||
In the interest of providing greater access to culturally competent and linguistically relevant health services to Minnesota's Latino communities, CLUES requests funding from the NNLM to suppo
|Prof Dev: HSLI Conference 2017||
The Joint 2017 Midwest Medical Library Association and Michigan Health Sciences Libraries Association Conference received the Professional Development Award from the National Network of Libraries o
|Prof Dev: HSLI Instructors 2017||
HSLI is requesting funding to provide an MLA-accredited CE workshop for the Health Sciences Librarians of Illinois Conference, on Oct 26, 201.
|Prof Dev: Midwest MLA/MHSLA Instructors 2017||
We are requesting the Professional Development Award funding to allow us to offer two continuing education courses ?Perspectives in Research Data Management?
|Professional Dev: MCMLA 2017||
I am requesting this award to enable me to attend the October 2017 joint annual conference of the Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association (MLA) and the Michigan Health Sciences Library A
|Professional Dev: MCMLA 2017 Instructors||
Offer two continuing education courses "Perspectives in Research Data Management" and "Data Management for Librarians" at the Joint 2017 Midwest Medical Library Association and
|Professional Dev: MCMLA 2017 Mulcahy||
This professional development awards supports one health sciences librarian to attend the Midwest Chapter MLA/MHSLA Joint Annual Conference in Ypsilanti, MI, October 13-16, 2017.
|Public Library: Akron-Summit Fitbit Cohorts||
The Science & Technology Division of the Akron (Ohio)-Summit County Public Library plans to create a multi-week program of loaning wearable fitness trackers to groups of people for the purpose
|Research Data: Expanding Research Data Management Education for Health Science Librarians||
The Expanding Research Data Management Proposal seeks to offer training on the research data management lifecycle to librarians and researchers.
|Tech Enhancement: Automated ILL software and training||
The goal of this project is to implement resource sharing management software at Western Michigan University Homer Stryker M.D. School of Medicine (WMed).
|Express Outreach: Great Lakes Science Boot Camp||
Now in its third year, the Great Lakes Science Boot Camp for Librarians provides affordable educational and networking opportunities for STEM Librarians working in the Greater Midwest Region.
|Express Outreach: Health Information Outreach to Homeless Patients at the HOPE Recuperative Care Center||
The Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine (OUWB) will collaborate with the HOPE Hospitality & Warming Center in Pontiac, Michigan to empower discharged homeless patients in its
|Express Outreach: Information Needs Assessment of Unaffiliated North Dakota Rural Health Professionals and Biomedical Researchers||
University of North Dakota (UND) Health Sciences Library librarians will develop or select appropriate information needs assessment tools and methods to assess the information needs of unaffiliated
|Opioid e-Resource Database Development and Outreach||
The Indiana Prevention Resource Center, part of the Department of Applied Health Science, School of Public Health, Indiana University-Bloomington, proposes to develop an e-resources database devote
|Outreach Award: Marijuana Prevention and Information Outreach||
This grant will allow Lakeville Area Public School staff to work with Community Blueprint to form a youth action team, and develop an interactive and informative marijuana campaign.