Past Funded Projects
|Southeastern Atlantic Region||
|Technology Awareness Award - University of Virginia Technology InfoFair||
University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library will hold a technology InfoFair at the Library in October, 2002.
|Technology Awareness Conference - University of Maryland, Baltimore||
University of Maryland HS/HSL will hold a PDA fair, Spring 2002, at the Library.
|Technology Awareness Conference - University of North Carolina Chapel Hill||
UNC- CH Health Sciences Library and Duke University Medical Center Library will co-sponsor a Mobile Technology Fair on March 18, 2002.
|Technology Awareness Conference - University of South Alabama||
University of South Alabama Biomedical Library will hold a cybercafe at the Medical Association of the State of Alabama 2002 annual meeting.
|Training Award - Southern Chapter of MLA 2003||
Southern Chapter will hold two CE courses at their 2003 annual meeting in Coral Cables, FL - Advanced PDAs and E-Librarian: Taming Electronic Resources with funding from the NN/LM SE/A.
|Training Award - University of Tennessee Health Science Center 2001||
University of Tennessee Health Science Center will provide training for a class of 60 healthcare professionals at UT Health Sciences Center and 300 minority physicians of the Bluff City Medical Soc
|University of Florida - Improving Information Skills for Florida Public Health Professionals||
The University of Florida Health Center Library will provide onsite Internet training to public health professionals in 14 rural northern Florida counties.
|University of Maryland - Health Outreach to Faith Communities through a Parish Nurse Program||
The University of Maryland Health Sciences and Human Services Library will identify local parish nurses, assess their computer literacy, Internet access and knowledge and skills specific to health
|University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill - North Carolina Health Information Online||
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Health Sciences Library will identify and select state and local health information resources that address key health problems in NC.
|University of Virginia - Partnership for Cancer Information||
The University of Virginia will create and promote a cancer resource center to assist cancer patients and their families in Southwest Virginia.
|Vanderbilt University - Public Health Power Information Users II||
Vanderbilt University Eskind Biomdical Library will evaluate and verify the impact of the Public Health Power Information Users (PIU): A model for Overcoming Knowledge Fade project.