Recently Funded Projects
|Information Technology Skills for Social Workers||
The Boston College School of Social Work will develop and provide a two-day workshop for practicing social workers titled: Information Technology Skills for Social Workers.
|Inland Hospital Internet Connectivity Award to Purchase a Computer for Searching and ILL||
This is an Internet Connectivity Award to Inland Hospital Library in Maine to purchase a computer for Internet searching, PubMed searching, and Interlibrary Loan (ILL) activities.
|Jackson Laboratory: Electronic Document Delivery Award to Purchase Computer Hardware||
This is an Electronic Document Delivery Award to The Jackson Laboratory to purchase computer hardware as part of the Maine EDD Ariel project.
|Mercy Hospital (Portland, ME): Electronic Document Delivery Awards for Ariel Implementation||
This is an Electronic Document Delivery award to Mercy Hospital in Portland, Maine for their Ariel implementation. The awards were for an Ariel software upgrade and a surge protector.
|New England Baptist Hospital: Sister Library Award to Consult with New York Hospital||
Sister Library Award to New England Baptist Hospital to consult with the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York City.
|Outreach to Health Workers in the Asian Community||
The Library will work with the 60 health care providers at South Cove a clinic specializing in providing medical services to Asian groups who are not being served elsewhere.
|Outreach to Parents Interested in Finding Quality Health Information on the Internet for their Child||
A program to provide classes to parents who are interested in finding quality health information on the Internet for their children.
|Penobscot Bay Medical Center: Electronic Document Delivery Awards||
This is an Electronic Document Delivery Award for Penobscot Bay Medical Center. This is part of the Maine Electronic Document Delivery project.
|University of Connecticut: Technology Awareness - Consumer Health Networking and Technology||
Technology Awareness Award to the University of Connecticut for a Consumer Health Conference that would foster a collaboration between public health departments, public libraries, major health orga