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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.


Bioinformatics: Alive And Kicking, David L. Osterbur Apr 2009

Bioinformatics: Alive And Kicking, David L. Osterbur

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

Presentation to science librarians about the approach of Harvard Medical School's Countway Library to meeting the bioinformatics and e-science needs of the campus.


Online Tutorials: Tips From The Literature, Cecile Bianco Oct 2005

Online Tutorials: Tips From The Literature, Cecile Bianco

Library Publications

Online tutorials are an important addition to traditional teaching. Since Information Literacy is a skill that many believe college students should master, it can be argued that it is even more important that it is learned by graduate students. Online tutorials can be an effective means of education for graduate students. This paper assembles fourteen best practices for constructing online tutorials.


Networking Consumer Health Information: Bringing The Patient Into The Medical Information Loop, Elaine Russo Martin, Don Lanier Apr 1996

Networking Consumer Health Information: Bringing The Patient Into The Medical Information Loop, Elaine Russo Martin, Don Lanier

Library Publications

The Library of the Health Sciences at the University of Illinois at Chicago obtained a grant from the Illinois State Library to implement a statewide demonstration project that would provide consumer health information (CHI) using InfoTrac's Health Reference Center CD-ROM database. The goals of the project were to cooperate with targeted public libraries and clinics in providing CHI at the earliest point of need; to provide access to the database via a dial-up network server and a toll-free telephone number; and to work with targeted sites on database training, core CHI reference sources, and referral procedures. This paper provides ...