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AISR Education Services: Papers, Presentations and Special Projects

Papers and Presentations

Kipnis, Daniel G. and Frisby, Anthony J. "Preparing an Advanced Information Literacy Curriculum for Graduate Students." An Introduction to Instructional Services in Academic Libraries. New York: Taylor and Francis Group, 2008. 229-237.

"The Jefferson Digital Commons-Starting an Institutional Repository at an Academic Health Sciences Library"
 Ann Koopman, AM and Daniel G. Kipnis, MSI
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
Chicago, Illinois -- May 2008

"Philadelphia Regional Chapter of MLA Website Uses Web 2.0 Features"
 Jeanette de Richemond, MLIS, AHIP, Gary E. Kaplan, MSLIS, Daniel G. Kipnis, MSI, and Nina Long, MS, AHIP
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
Chicago, Illinois -- May 2008

"Teaching and Learning Online: Building and Delivering Innovative Courses"
 Anthony Frisby PhD, Kathleen Day MS, Dan Kipnis, MSI
Thomas Jefferson University
Faculty Development workshops
June and July 2007

"Systematic Reviews, RSS, and Conducting Nursing Research"
 Presented 1.6 CE lecture for Jefferson Nurses
Bluemle Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson University
March 5, 2008

"Effective Literature Searching for Nursing Now: Key Concepts and Resources"
 Presented at second annual Thomas Jefferson Nursing Research Day
Bluemle Auditorium, Thomas Jefferson University
September 27, 2007

"Can they mix? Baby Boomers and IM"
 NY/NJ MLA Conference presentation
Montclair University, New Jersey -- October 18, 2007

"Analysis and Lessons Learned Instituting an Instant Messaging Reference Service at an Academic Health Sciences Library: The First Year." MRSQ, v.27 (1) pp.33-51, 2008

"Broaden Your Reach: Instant Messaging from the Reference Desk--It's Worth It!"
 Daniel G. Kipnis, MSI and Gary E. Kaplan, MSLIS
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- May 2007

"Changing with the Times? Library Associations and New Librarians"
 Megan von Isenburg, Daniel G. Kipnis and Rebecca Pernell
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania -- May 2007

"Information Literacy and Library Attitudes of Occupational Therapy Students"
 Daniel G. Kipnis MSI, Anthony J. Frisby PhD
Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2006, 25(4) 11 - 20

"Has the Internet Improved Medical Student Information Literacy Skills?  A Retrospective Case Study: 1995-2005"
 Anthony J Frisby, PhD, Daniel G. Kipnis, MSI
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
Phoenix, Arizona -- May 2006

"Developing and Sustaining a Web-Based Library Newsletter"
 Anthony J. Frisby PhD, Daniel G. Kipnis MSI, Elizabeth G. Mikita MLS
Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2006 25(1):17-25

"Librarians in the Woods Hole Biomedical Informatics Course"
 Jane Bridges ML, AHIP, Christian J. Miller MLS, Daniel G. Kipnis MSI
Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2006 25(1):71-81

"Continued Inappropriate use of the Terms "Typical" and "Atypical" Antipsychotics"
 Mago, R., Kipnis, D.G.
Psychiatry 3(2), 20-21, 2006

"Development and evaluation of an interactive multimedia clinical skills teaching program designed for the pediatric clerkship"
 Frisby AJ, Lane JL, Carr AM, Ross E, Gottlieb RP.
Teach Learn Med.18:18-21, 2006.

"Developing and Sustaining a Web-Based Library Newsletter"
 Elizabeth G. Mikita, MLS, Daniel G. Kipnis, MSI, Anthony J. Frisby, PhD
Poster presented at national Medical Library Association conference
San Antonio, Texas -- May 2005

Book chapter: "Using Computer-Based Case Studies for Developing Information Searching Skills and Implementing Evidence-Based Medicine at Jefferson Medical College"
 A Guide to Developing End User Education Programs in Medical Libraries, Haworth Press, pp. 99-115, 2005. http://www.haworthpress.com/store/product.asp?sku=5301

Educating Generation X and Generation Y: Teaching Tips for Librarians. Medical Reference Services Quarterly 2004 Winter;23(4):25-33.
 Daniel G Kipnis MSI (Education Services Librarian, AISR), Gary M. Childs MS

"Multi-disciplinary Medical Case Study Development for First-Year Medical Students"
 Poster Presented at the National Medical Library Association meeting
Washington DC -- May 2004

"Teaching Medical Informatics Online"
 Kipnis, Daniel & Frisby, Anthony
(Spring 2003) Academic Exchange Vol. 7, No. 1 pp 11-16

"Mini-Medical School for Librarians"
 (March 28, 2003) Philadelphia Regional Chapter of Medical Library Association and PALINET
Thomas Jefferson University
Philadelphia, PA USA

"Effectiveness of an Interactive CD ROM Training Program Designed to Teach Infant Physical Examination Skills"
 J. Lindsey Lane, et al.
(May, 2003) Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Conference
Seattle, WA USA

Medical Informatics: Distance Learning at TJU
 Presented at the Computers in Libraries 2002 conference

Medical Library Association Annual Meeting 2000
 A review of the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Medical Library Association, presented at an AISR Senior Staff meeting. 2000

A Web-based Course in Health Policy
 Presented at the National Medical Library Association meeting. 2000

AISR-JHS Information Management Seminars: Archives
 A series of presentation made to members of the Jefferson Health System (JHS). 1998-99

Evidence Based Health
 Presented at the National Medical Library Association meeting. 1998

Evolution of a Discussion Group
 Presented at the National Medical Library Association meeting. 1998
Special Projects

Eastern Pennsylvania - Delaware Geriatric Education Center (EPaD GEC)
 EPaD GEC is dedicated to developing engaging and impactful training and educational tools for health care professionals, faculty and students who are currently involved or interested in geriatric care with an interprofessional focus

Jefferson Center for InterProfessional Education (JCIPE)
 JCIPE is dedicated to improving patient care through implementing and evaluating patient-centered, interprofessional education throughout the Thomas Jefferson University curriculum.

Child and Family Studies Research Programs
 Child and Family Studies Research Programs is a part of the Occupational Therapy Department, College of Health Professions, at Thomas Jefferson University. 2002

Research Buddy/Mentor Program
 Health Academy students at South Philadelphia High School were paired with medical students at Thomas Jefferson University in a learning strategy that brought new skills to both sets of students and benefited the South Philadelphia community. 1999

Developing Web-based Instruction CE Course
 Presented at the National Medical Library Association meeting. 1998

Jefferson Summer Institute
 Designed for middle school and high school teachers of mathematics and science of the Abington School District. Introduced the concept of the Internet, provided models for the use of networked resources in teaching, and guided teachers in the development of a computer-based learning module. 1996

Jefferson Orientation Presentations

JCHP Orientation
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