AAHSL Charting the Future: Knowledge Management Within the Academic Health Center
Documents in this collection relate to the AAHSL Charting the Future Task Force project Building on Success: Charting the Future of Knowledge Management Within the Academic Health Center.
This pilot project produced by the Dykes Library at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City, Kansas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or for more information.
Copyright ©2004 Association of Academic Health Science Libraries
Wings (Public Library of Science, 2003-06)The 30-second television message, "Wings", aired June 23 - July 3, 2003 in strategic U.S. markets on primetime cable and network t.v. stations. "Wings" provides a whimsical glimpse into the scientific progress that could ...
(Medical Library Association, 1995-04)Recent trends in medical education include a shift from the traditional, didactic, lecture-oriented approach to a more student-driven, problem-based approach to learning. This trend provides librarians with an opportunity ...
Building on Success: Charting the Future of Knowledge Management Within the Academic Health Center (Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries, 2003)This report is a successor to a 1987 report entitled Challenge to Action: Planning and Evaluation Guidelines for Academic Health Sciences Libraries. The 1987 report was focused on the environment and needs of member libraries ...
(2005-02-04)The purpose of this AAHSL white paper is to present an overview of the issues related to establishing an institutional respository (IR), including the state of IRs today, what’s currently happening in higher education ...
(2005-02-03)Meeting held in Atlanta, January 14, 2005 with the following members present: Scott (chair), MJ, Parks, Tom, Gail, Karen Cole and Barbara Epstein via phone to further refine organizational repository proposal.
(2005-02-03)The Charting the Future Committee (CTF) is piloting the development of an “organizational/institutional” repository for AAHSL to meet the AAHSL membership’s desire to create a seamless, user friendly environment that ...