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University of Massachusetts Medical School

2010

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Upgrading A Coldfusion-Based Academic Medical Library Staff Intranet, Robert J. Vander Hart, Barbara Ingrassia, Kerry F. Mayotte, Lisa A. Palmer, Julia Powell Aug 2010

Upgrading A Coldfusion-Based Academic Medical Library Staff Intranet, Robert J. Vander Hart, Barbara Ingrassia, Kerry F. Mayotte, Lisa A. Palmer, Julia Powell

Library Publications

This article details the process of upgrading and expanding an existing academic medical library intranet to include a wiki, blog, discussion forum, and photo collection manager. The first version of the library's intranet from early 2002 was powered by ColdFusion software and existed primarily to allow staff members to author and store minutes of library team meetings. Other ColdFusion-based applications and functions were subsequently added, as were various other library documents and procedures. As a follow-up to the library's strategic plan, a library Staff Intranet Team was organized in early 2008 to reorganize the content of the intranet ...


Agents Of Integration In A Complex Information Environment, Janet Mccue Apr 2010

Agents Of Integration In A Complex Information Environment, Janet Mccue

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Presentation to science librarians about Cornell University's approach to meeting the bioinformatics and e-science needs of the campus.


Symposium Brochure: 2010 University Of Massachusetts And New England Area Librarian E-Science Symposium, E-Science Symposium Apr 2010

Symposium Brochure: 2010 University Of Massachusetts And New England Area Librarian E-Science Symposium, E-Science Symposium

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Event brochure for the second annual University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium, held Wednesday, April 7, 2010 at the Hoagland-Pincus Conference Center, Shrewsbury, MA. The brochure includes the symposium program schedule, speaker biographies, and additional resources. The Agenda is included as an additional file.


Bringing Research Data Into The Library: Mit's Experience, Mackenzie Smith Apr 2010

Bringing Research Data Into The Library: Mit's Experience, Mackenzie Smith

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Presentation to science librarians about MIT's approach to providing data management and data curation services for the campus.


Supporting E-Science And Data Curation: Progress At Research Institutions And Their Libraries, Karla Hahn Strieb Apr 2010

Supporting E-Science And Data Curation: Progress At Research Institutions And Their Libraries, Karla Hahn Strieb

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Presentation to science librarians about the progress of ARL (Association of Research Libraries) libraries in developing e-science and data services.


A Health Sciences Perspective, Neil Rambo Apr 2010

A Health Sciences Perspective, Neil Rambo

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Presentation to science librarians about how health sciences librarians can meet bioinformatics and e-science needs of their institutions.


An Update On The New England E-Science Portal For Librarians, Donna Kafel Apr 2010

An Update On The New England E-Science Portal For Librarians, Donna Kafel

University of Massachusetts and New England Area Librarian e-Science Symposium

Donna Kafel, MLIS, Web Portal Project Coordinator, provides an update on the E-Science Web Portal, sponsored by the National Network of Libraries of Medicine New England Region. The need for the portal was identified during the Facilitated Group Discussion at the 2009 E-Science Symposium. Attendees will also discuss next steps for action, to be ultimately reported as recommendations for area librarians to pursue in the support of their institutional scientific research.