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Past Funded Projects

Title Description Amount
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.