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Past Funded Projects

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2011
Title Description Amount
Professional Development MLA 2012 CE/Redesigning Libraries - Martin

Professional development award to support continuing education for a librarian at MLA 2012.

$520
Professional Development Taxonomy Creation - Stello

Professional development award to support continuing education for a medical librarian.

$987
Professional Development: 2011 Charleston Conference

Attendee will use information to revise her institution's process for evaluation database purchases, returning with new idea and tools for immediate use.

$1,000
Professional Development: 2012 Partners in Emergency Preparedness

This conference offers the opportunity to gain the necessary information to develop response, recovery, and mitigation plans; create preparedness messaging to those you serve; and gain valuable ins

$781
Professional Development: 7th Intl Integrated Pest Mgmt Symposium

Network member from Natl Pesticide Information Center attended symposium sessions addressing Integrated Pest Management across disciplines.

$1,000
Professional Development: DataCite 2011

Attendee will use the conference goals of helping researchers find, access and reuse date to present relevant information to library staff.

$1,000
Professional Development: ITHS/CER Training

Award allows librarian to attend Inst. of Translational Health Sciences for Comparative Effectiveness Research Training.

$1,000
Professional Development: Library Leaders Digital Strategy

PI will attend Library Leaders Digital Strategy summit in Monterey, CA to discuss current research and trends for libraries in a digital world.

$1,500
Professional Development: PNC/MLA Chapter Meeting

Attendee will learn about librarians' invovlement in the EMR and bring that knowldege to colleagues.

$854
Professional Development: Research Lifecycle Forum Wetzel

Attend Research Lifecycle: Partnering for Success in Seattle, WA. The Technical Library has been investigating the subjects of ?e-science? and ?big data?

$706
Professional Development: Science Boot Camp West

Science Boot Camp for Librarians (West), to be held at University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado June 19-21, 2013.

$1,161
Professional Development: Summer Institute for Public Health Practice

Attendee will learn to analyze data for the development of relevant and significant health outcome measures.

$1,200
Professional Development: Systematic Review Workshop

The course will help reaffirm the role of the medical library as expert searchers. Knowlege gained will enhance comprehensive literatrue searching skills.

$1,000
Professional Development: Western Migrant Stream Forum

Network member attending Western Migrant Stream Forum in Vancouver WA and co-exhibiting with Ann Madhavan from NN/LM PNR, as professional development activity.

$1,077
Regional Symposium: Disaster Summit: Magnitude 9 Cascadia Earthquake

This symposium will provide a means to connect librarians, emergency responders, medical personnel and public health workers to health information resources and technology for disaster preparedness

$4,860
Regional Symposium: Science Boot Camp for Librarians - West

The purpose of the Boot Camp?West is to educate science librarians who did not major in, or recently study, scientific or medical fields so that they have a basic understanding of goals and methods

$5,840
Subcontract: Modeling Outreach to Under-Connected Health Organizations in Oregon

OHSU will develop a process to provide access to high quality health information to under-connected communities in Oregon.

$24,999
Subcontract: Outreach in the Last Frontier

The Alaska Medical Library of the University of Alaska Anchorage seeks to improve the quality of life and health for the citizens of the state by providing information outreach services to the heal

$82,757
Subcontract: Outreach in the Last Frontier OY2

The Alaska Medical Library of the University of Alaska Anchorage seeks to improve the quality of life and health for the citizens of the state by providing information outreach services to the heal

$51,756
Technology Improvement: Enhancing Service Delivery on the Palouse

This project will upgrade the computer workstation, scanner and printer that ILL personnel use in the Animal Health Library to manage the Docline/LoansomeDoc/RAPID/ILL requests at the WSU Animal He

$4,400

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