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MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION

Past Funded Projects

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2010
Title Description Amount
Small Project Award: Two clicks to access library electronic books and journals

We will be purchasing Professional Software upgrades to coincide with our new library web page.

$1,000
Supporting...digital resources with in-library laptop computers

The Edward G. Miner Library proposes to purchase five laptop computers to be available for in-library use by our customers.

$7,431
Talbot Research Library Public Computer Upgrade $6,980
Targeted HIV/AIDS Outreach to Consumers

The Aids Coalition of Southwestern Pennsylvania will enhance and expand targeted HIV/AIDS outreach to consumers at highest risk for the disease using portable electronic technologies such as iPads.

$10,000
Tech Improvement Award: Incorporating a Student Response System in to Librarian Lead Instruction

Student Response Systems (clicker technology) have been used in academic libraries for several years to assess student learning in the classroom.

$1,800
Tech Improvement Award: Reach Out and Touch

The goal of this proposal is to acquire iPod Touch devices for eight librarians in the health sciences libraries at Penn and develop their expertise in the use of iPod Touches and develop integrate

$3,222
Tech Improvement Award: Saint Peter's University Hospital Tech Project

Saint Peter's University Hospital is a 478-bed teach hospital located in central new jersey.

$7,390
Technology Upgrade for the Health Information Library at Catskill Regional Medical Center $5,500
The 4th Annual P2 Conference- Creating a Healthy Community? Conference Exhibit

Small Project Award

$1,000
To imprve access to library services at White Plains Hospital Center $4,999
Training and Technology Access to NLM Resources $5,008
Unaffiliated Health Professionals Working with Seniors

The purpose of the project is to train and promote awareness about NLM and NN/LM products and services to unaffiliated health professionals working with seniors.

$1,615
United Memorial Medical Center Library Health Information Access Project $5,320
Upgrade of Liberty Integrated Library System $7,200
Upgraded workstations and Printer for Enhanced Library Patron Services $3,139
Using E-readers to Strengthen Health Professionals Information Skills for Decision Making $7,249
When they See It, They Will Come

Small Project Award

$740
2009
Title Description Amount
Document Delivery Access Award- Access to Evidence-Based Information for Rural Health Professionals

This project proposes to improve access to evidence-based health information by offering training and document delivery to unaffiliated health professionals in four Northern New York counties.

$9,977
Exhibit Award: Wellness Wednesdays

?Wellness Wednesdays?

$1
Health Literacy Award: A Health Literacy Curriculum: Tools and Strategies for Improving Health Com

This health literacy project continues the collaboration initiated by the Public Health Information Partners (PHIP) project, expands health literacy efforts at New York Medical College and in the H

$20,000

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