Past Funded Projects
|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 - Vanderbilt University||
Vanderbilt University Eskind Biomedical Library will train interns in the Geriatric Education and Research Center, a joint project of the VA Hospital and Meharry Medical College, Nashville, TN.
|Training Award -East Tennessee State University||
Sherry Hester of ORISE will provide a session on toxicology databases to librarians, faculty and staff of ETSU as well as local public and hospital librarians in Johnson City, TN in April 2003.
|University of Alabama at Birmingham - Healthy Spirit Jefferson County||
University of Alabama Birmingham Lister Hill Library will address and eliminate barriers encountered by African American men in accessing health information on the Internet.
|University of Florida - Gator Cat Project||
University of Florida Health Center Library will improve the online searching and research skills of nursing students at Bethune-Cookman College.
|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 South Florida - Meeting Senior Citizens' Information Needs||
University of South Florida School of Library and Information Science will teach seniors to gather medical information independently.
|University of Tennessee - Community Health Center Project||
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Library will deliver instruction to develop intermediate and advanced computer literacy skills for the 60 healthcare personnel at the Christ Community
|University of Tennessee Health Science Center - Faith Based Organization Health Education||
In partnership with local health ministry, University of Tennessee Health Science Center will provide courses on diabetes, HIV/AIDS, hypertension and oral health to health ministers and congregants
|University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center - WebHealth for Seniors||
University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center Library will provide training sessions at and equipment to 3 senior centers.
|University of Virginia - Expanded Partnership||
University of Virginia will extend access to current electronic cancer information resources from the Mountain Laurel Cancer Center to public libraries in southwestern Virginia.
|University of Virginia - Promotoras Project||
University of Virginia Claude Moore Health Sciences Library will provide computer and Internet training to Promotoras in the Blue Ridge AHEC region of VA.
|Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Access to Electronic Health Information||
Through partnerships, Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine will facilitate training in the access of health information via computer for consumers and healthcare providers in Montgomery and Flo
|East Tennessee State University - Consumer Health Information Service||
East Tennessee State University Quillen School of Medicine Library will create a Consumer Health Information Service with the public libraries.
|George Washington University - PARTNERS for Health Information II||
George Washington University will provide learning opportunities for staff and patients at underserved clinics in DC.
|Librarian Promotion Award - Florida State University||
Florida State University Medical Library will hold a librarian promotion and training event at Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL.
|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.