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51 Smith, Jackie A.; Lombardo, Nancy T.Patient education workshop on CD-ROM: an innovative approach for staff educationThis article describes an innovative patient education workshop on CD-ROM for use by staff educators and patient education coordinators. The CD-ROM allows nurses to gain an in-depth understanding of patient education practice. With the interactive, computerized format, nurses can complete the worksh...Patient education; Staff education; Nursing2005
52 Lombardo, Nancy T.So many meetings so little time: using IP videoconferencing to revitalize statewide committeesInternet technologies continue to transform the library profession and redefine how we communicate with professional colleagues and peers. IP (Internet Protocol) videoconferencing provides increased opportunities for librarians to engage in virtual teamwork and e-collaborations. The use of video con...Internet technologies; Library profession; Technology in libraries; Information literacy; Library services; Distance education2005-11-23
53 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter October 1995The IAIMS Newsletter provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1995
54 North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS)Neuro-ophthalmology virtual education library (NOVEL)An extensive, accessible collection of high quality digital materials to cover all of neuro-ophthalmology for use by educators and students world wide.Neuro-Ophthalmology; NOVEL; Neuro-Ophthalmology Virtual Education Library2005-08-11
55 Mower, AllysonUniversity Scholarly Knowledge Inventory System (U-SKIS)The presentation describes why U-SKIS was created and shows some of its functionalityWorkflow; Institutional repository2008-06-05
56 Mower, Allyson; Paiva, Marie Clare P.; Morrow, AnneOpen, Sesame! Accessing the treasures of a communityThis presentation is a primer on how you might plan, organize and maintain a digital collection. With the tools available today, creating a digital collection does not require extensive technical expertise.Digital Collections; Collection Development; Libraries2008-04-30
57 Mower, Allyson; Gregory, Joan M.; Youngkin, Mary E.Institutional Repository: the bridge that connectsThis presentation shows how the development of an institutional repository is possible by coordinating across departments and by using a work flow system.Institutional Repositories; Technical Services; Public Services. Workflow Management2008-05-20
58 Dennis, Sharon E.; Uijtdehaage, Sebastian; Candler, C.Health Education Assets Library (HEAL)The Health Education Assets Library (HEAL) is a digital library that provides freely accessible digital teaching resources of the highest quality that meet the needs of today's health sciences educators and learners.HEAL; Health Education Assets Library2000
59 Le Ber, Jeanne M.; Lombardo, Nancy T.; Bramble, JohnMedical students find power in their palm: PDAs in a clinical rotationLibrarians partnered with School of Medicine faculty to integrate the use of handheld devices into a third-year course. This was an excellent opportunity for the library to integrate emerging technologies into the curriculum. The course planning team met regularly for three months to design the less...PDA; Personal Digital Assistant; Mobile Technology; Clinical Rotation; Medical School Curriculum; Palm Tungsten C2005-05-27
60 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter InfoFair 2005 Spring SupplementThe IAIMS Newsletter is published three times a year (August, January, May) with one InfoFair supplement and provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS2005-03-11
61 Adams, Dave; Masood, Kinza; Chaufty, Lisa Marie; Morrow, Anne; Lombardo, NancySpecial topics in University of Utah Libraries' digital collectionsPresentation given at the Western CONTENTdm Users Group Meeting on June 3, 2010.2010-06-03
62 Peay, Wayne J.Priscilla Maltby Mayden, AHIP, FMLA, 1918-2011.Priscilla's career as a librarian began as an undergraduate at Simmons College in Boston. She did not enter Simmons with the intention of becoming a librarian; rather, she was hoping to become a writer or journalist. However, in the midst of the Great Depression, these careers did not hold much prom...2012-01-01
63 Le Ber, Jeanne M.Integrating palm devices into the School of Medicine curriculumBuilt on existing relationship with course master to integrate PDAs into the School of Medicine curriculum.Palm Devices; Medicine Curriculum; Personal Digital Assistant; PDA2006-03-31
64 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter May 1996The IAIMS Newsletter provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1996-04-22
65 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter Spring 1998The IAIMS Newsletter is published quarterly (September, December, March, June) and provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1998-03-26
66 Dennis, Sharon E.; Uijtdehaage, Sebastian; Candler, Chris S.HEAL: Health Education Assets Library: a digital multimedia library for health educationA LIFT Forum presentation. The purpose of the Library and Information Technology Forum is to inform the University of Utah community about electronic information resources, and current trends in the use of computers and online technologies for accessing these resourcesHealth Education Assets Library; HEAL2002-03
67 Lombardo, Nancy T.; Mower, Allyson; McFarland, Mary M.Putting wikis to work in librariesWikis are part of the suite of Web 2.0 technologies enhancing collaboration and communication. This article describes the ways in which one academic health sciences library has utilized wiki software. The Eccles Health Sciences Library has found wikis to be valuable collaboration tools. Case scenari...Collaboration; Libraries; Web 2.0 technology; Wikis2008-06-02
68 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter March 1996The IAIMS Newsletter provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1996-02-27
69 University of Utah. Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences LibraryIAIMS newsletterThe IAIMS Newsletter (1996-2005) provides valuable information about library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS
70 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter Summer 1998The IAIMS Newsletter is published quarterly (September, December, March, June) and provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS1998-06-16
71 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter Summer 2003The IAIMS Newsletter provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS2003-05-14
72 Dennis, Sharon E.Content development tool (CDT): content templates for health science educationContent templates for health education presentation for the LIFT Forum from March 2003.Content Development; Health Science Education2003
73 Peay, Wayne J.; Butter, Karen A.; Dougherty, Nina A.IAIMS and the library at the University of UtahThe formal creation of an Integrated Academic Information Management System (IAIMS) at the University of Utah began in the fall of 1983. The keystone of the IAIMS effort is the HELP hospital information system. IAIMS at the University of Utah is a broad-based program extending across the Health Scie...IAIMS1986-07
74 Patrick, Sally MulfordMedical information -- when limited acess can have life changing consequencesThere is no subject where information being current, accurate and thoroughly validated is as critical as it is with medical information. Health professionals including Physicians Assistants, social workers, nurses, dieticians, psychologists and others often work independently, without access to a ho...Online medical information; Library outreach; Document delivery2008
75 Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of UtahIAIMS Newsletter Spring 2005The IAIMS Newsletter is published three times a year (August, January, May) with one InfoFair supplement and provides valuable information about Library activities and resources as well as informative articles related to information technology.IAIMS2005-01-09
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