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Past Funded Projects

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2016
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Basics of Health Literacy: A K-12 Community Partnership

Developing a Replicable Model for Health Literacy to Promote Positive Youth Development is a year-long, school-based, in-class, student-centered, experiential, and technology-driven health promotio

$15,000
Bringing Rigor and Reproducibility to Research

Reproducibility is one of the main principles of research. Rigor in the design of the research is another.

$4,999
2012
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Better Technology for Better Reference Service

The purpose of this project is to implement technologies to increase the capacity to provide high-quality reference service and increase the visibility and role of the library?s departmental liaiso

$9,971
Bridging the Gap II: Outreach to Improve Public Awareness and Access to Health Information

This project will target primarily B&ECPL adult library patrons including seniors who visit urban, suburban and rural library locations, in addition to health-related professionals who may serv

$10,000
Capital District Hospital Library Catalogs Technology Improvement Project Proposal

The Capital District Library Council (CDLC) will purchase and implement web-based public access online library catalogs for 11 hospital libraries that are members of CDLC?s Hospital Library Service

$10,000
2010
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Bioinformatics Training Award: Mid-Atlantic Region Bioinformatics Training

A full-day Fundamentals of Bioinformatics and Searching workshop will be developed that covers the foundations of bioinformatics.

$15,000
Bridging the Gap II: Outreach to Improve Public Awareness and Access to Health Information

This project will target primarily B&ECPL adult library patrons including seniors who visit urban, suburban and rural library locations, in addition to health-related professionals who may serv

$10,000
Bridging the Gap: Health Information Outreach for the Uninsured

Health Literacy Award

$15,000
Catalog Accessibility Project for St. John's Riverside Healthcare System $6,790
2013
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Body Apps: iPads for Undergrad Anatomy & Physiology Students

In a collaborative effort the Penn State Hazleton Library and Department of Biology would like to utilize iPads and apps in the undergraduate Anatomy and Physiology curricula.

$28,370
2015
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BQSIMB Health Sciences Librarians Clinical Resources Awareness

The BQSIMB Health Sciences Librarians group will use funding to provide copies of the spiral pocketbook, Clinical Resources from the National Library of Medicine to its membership.

$3,300
Clinical eCompanion: information for primary care: a validation project

Funds will support the validation of an information tool, ?Clinical eCompanion: information for primary care,? to answer clinicians? patient care questions at the point of care.

$3,814
2014
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Bridging the Gap: Using Technology to Increase Older Adults? Health Literacy Skills

The Marian Sutherland Kirby Library is seeking to fund two computers designed for use by older adults with a large print keyboard, large touchscreen monitors, a mouse designed for older adults, and

$3,200
2005
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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) OverDrive

This grant will allow CLP to begin offering a core colleciton of health and fitness related, downloadable, adio titles to its customers via OverDrive.

$0
2004
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Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) OverDrive

This grant will allow CLP to begin offering a core colleciton of health and fitness related, downloadable, adio titles to its customers via OverDrive.

$2,629
CLIC and the City

CLIC and the City continues the project CLIC-on-Health by developing the next level of partnership with two groups of underserved health information providers: school librarians and school nurses,

$0
CLIC-on-Health (Community & Library Information Collaboration on Health)

The two main components of this phase of the project are website development and training for the greater Rochester, NY area.

$0
2002
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CLIC and the City

CLIC and the City continues the project CLIC-on-Health by developing the next level of partnership with two groups of underserved health information providers: school librarians and school nurses,

$40,000
CLIC-on-Health (Community & Library Information Collaboration on Health)

The two main components of this phase of the project are website development and training for the greater Rochester, NY area.

$50,000
2018
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Collaborate and Educate: A School-Based Prescription Opioids Awareness Program

The prescription opioid awareness pilot program will enable high school students to access biomedical and health information, learn about the prevalence of this epidemic in their communities the he

$11,037

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