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Past Funded Projects

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2012
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Tech Improvement Award: Technology Improvements to Support Increased Access...Survivors of Torture

Tech Improvement Award: Technology Improvements to Support Increased Access to Quality Health Information for Survivors of Torture.

$4,464
Tech Improvement Award: The Use of Interactive Technology to Enhance Patient Engagement...

Tech Improvement Award: The Use of Interactive Technology to Enhance Patient Engagement and Education at the Point of Care.

$3,831
2010
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Tech Improvement Award: Technology Improvements to Support Increased Access...Survivors of Torture

Tech Improvement Award: Technology Improvements to Support Increased Access to Quality Health Information for Survivors of Torture.

$4,464
Tech Improvement Award: Touch Technology Multilingual Health Info

Tech Improvement Award: Touch Technology Multilingual Health Information Project.

$4,895
Tech Improvement Award: Workshops 4 U

Tech Improvement Award: Workshops 4 U. As the outreach librarians for the University of North Dakota's Harley E.

$4,900
2009
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Tech Improvement Award: Technology Support for Research and Data Collection

Tech Improvement Award: Technology Support for Research and Data Collection.

$4,881
Tech Improvement Award: Univ of MI Patient Education Clearinghouse

Technology Improvement Award: University of Michigan Patient Education Clearinghouse.

$1,935
Tech Improvement Award: Wireless Students

Tech Improvement Award: Wireless Students! Wireless access project will allow more patrons to access the Internet and BMCnet during busy times.

$753
2008
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Tech Improvement Award: Wireless Students

Tech Improvement Award: Wireless Students! Wireless access project will allow more patrons to access the Internet and BMCnet during busy times.

$753
2015
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Tech Improvement: Active Learning ? Measuring the Impact of Audience Response Systems on Learning...

This project will provide means for Community Health Network (CHNw) medical staff who attend Continuing Medical Education (CME) programs sponsored by CHNw to become active participants in their lea

$4,500
Tech Improvement: Audio and Video Promotional/Educational Activities for Library Users and Staff

The Mayo Clinic Medical Library would like to improve our audio and video presence on our intranet.

$2,601
Tech Improvement: Tablet resource testing and training project

The library will purchase representative mobile devices (one iPad and one Android powered tablet) to test apps and mobile versions of electronic resources so they can better develop the collection

$254,078
2014
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Tech Improvement: CAVE (Create Audio & Video for Education

A little over one year ago the Library created a multimedia studio called the CAVE (Create Audio and Video for Education).

$4,392
Tech Improvement: Consultation Suite for Researchers in the Biomedical Sciences

Consultations are a key service provided at the John Crerar Library and an integral part of its instruction program.

$3,260
Tech Improvement: Cougars Go - USF in a Mobile Environment

This project consists of conducting targeted assessments of usage and user experience of the Lee & Jim Vann Library's mobile website.

$2,370
Tech Improvement: Educating Students through Clinical Simulation

FNU has purchased nine iPads to use in clinical simulations during this training period.

$2,679
Tech Improvement: Interdisciplinary Point-of-care Patient Health Education Initiative

The funding of this initiative would allow the hospital to purchase a number of Chrome Books that will be used hospital wide to provide patient education resources for teaching moments at the point

$4,428
Tech Improvement: Plug In and Carry On ? a Marian University library master plan for charging stations

Nearly every student and faculty member carries a smartphone and/or tablet. The Plug In & Carry On initiative consists of purchasing five charging stations for the Marian University Library.

$4,500
Tech Improvement: Quality and Safety in Nursing Education Using Tablet Technology

This project enhances nursing faculty and students' access to electronic health information to deliver safe and quality care, the pillars of the QSEN competencies.

$3,975
2016
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Tech Improvement: Supporting Medical Students in Rural Clinical Rotations

Effective July 2015, the National Shelf Exams, for medical students, changed from paper examinations to online testing. The West AHEC Medical Librarian proctors national shelf examinations.

$4,220

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