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Emerging Technologies in Medical Libraries: Librarian Interest and Perceived Challenges

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NN/LM SE/A Beyond the SE/A March 2013

NN/LM SE/A Beyond the SE/A March 2013

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  • 1. LibrarianEMERGING TECHNOLOGIES Interest and IN MEDICAL LIBRARIES Perceived Challenges
  • 2. NN/LM TECHNOLOGY REGIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE, SE/A REGION¡  Kimberley R. Barker, Chair ¡  Mar y Mauldin University of Virginia, VA Medical Uni. of South Carolina, SC¡  Andrew Youngkin, Coordinator ¡  Alisha Miles NN/LM SE/A Region, MD Mercer University, GA¡  Amanda Chiplock ¡  Megan von Isenburg Nova Southeastern Uni., FL Duke University, NC¡  Pat Hammond ¡  Andrea Wright Sentara Potomac Hospital, VA University of South Alabama, AL (recently lef t committee) Speaking Today
  • 3. SE/A TECH RAC Asked to make recommendations based on the needs of the members, we asked the question, “WhatT h e Te c h n o l o g y R AC s c h a r g e i s t o are their needs?”represent the needs of Network membersand target populations, review and makerecommendations about SE/A programsand funding initiatives, and developprogramming recommendations andplans that will assist the SE/A in meetingits goals and objectives.
  • 4. NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY Information About In Order To¡ Demographics ¡ Guide CE class and¡ Needs presentation recommendations¡ Technology Interests ¡ Provide better funding¡ Challenges opportunity recommendations ¡ Find out how we could better support our colleagues
  • 5. The RAC spent late summer, finalizing our questions. In September,RESULTS invitations to complete an online sur vey were distributed throughout the region.
  • 6. Public Health Care K-12 N=88 Library Provider Education (participants 1 1 1 allowed to skip) WORK ENVIRONMENT FederalGovernment 2 Other 7 Non-ProfitOrganization 6 Academic Health Sciences Hospital/ 48 Medical Center 2319.5%reported beingSolo Librarians
  • 7. GEOGRAPHICSAMPLINGAlabamaFloridaGeorgiaMarylandN o r t h C a ro l i n aP u e r to R i c oS o u t h C a ro l i n aTe n n e s s e eVirginiaWa s h i n g to n , D CWe s t V i r g i n i aMid- Atlantic RegionN ew J e r s eyPe n n s y l va n i aNot RepresentedMississippiUS Virgin Islands
  • 8. Too Overwhelmed to StartNew User 4.5% 13.4% Advanced User SELF- 28.4% REPORTED AWARENESS OF EMERGING Expert TECHNOLOGY 0.0% Average User 53.7%
  • 9. Cutting EdgeBehind the 4.5% Curve 18.2% INSTITUTIONAL Successful ADOPTION 30.3% OF TECHNOLOGY Some Successes 47.0%
  • 10. PREFERRED LEARNING SETTING 68 Responding 51 48 41 2On-Site Workshop Online, Self-Paced Webinar/Group Other Conferencing
  • 11. MOST BENEFICIAL CLASSES TAKEN
  • 12. IMPORTANT TECHNOLOGIES – 5 YEARS NMC Horizon - Gartner Trends - Respondents Higher Ed 2013¡  Mobile – 45 ¡  Next Year ¡  Mobile Device¡  Tablets – 13 Battles §  Flipped Classroom¡  Online Databases/ ¡  Mobile Apps & Content – 12 §  MOOCs HTML5¡  Electronic Medical §  Mobile Apps ¡  Personal Cloud Records – 6 §  Tablet Computing ¡  Enterprise App¡  Webinars – 6 Stores ¡  2-3 Years ¡  Internet of Things¡  Data Mining – 5 §  Augmented Reality¡  Cloud Computing – 5 ¡  Hybrid IT/Cloud §  Game-Based Computing¡  Internet & Design – 5 Learning¡  Self-paced ¡  Strategic Big Data Instruction – 4 §  Internet of Things ¡  Actionable Analytics¡  Social Media – 4 §  Learning Analytics ¡  In Memor y¡  Remote Access – 3 Computing¡  Security – 3 ¡  Integrated Ecosystems
  • 13. ONE CLASS THEY WOULD LIKE TO TAKE THIS YEAR1.  Mobile Resources 4.  Informatics •  iPads/Tablets §  Library Resources in EHR •  Mobile Technology in Medical §  Telemedicine Settings & Generally …  Web Development •  Apps (and Development) §  CMS Management •  IT Roadblocks §  PHP •  Devices §  XML & XSLT2.  Instructional Technology …  Technical Ser vices §  Online/Distance Ed §  RDA §  Tutorials/Screencasting §  E-Resource Licensing §  Game-based Learning §  E-Science Support3.  Librar y Resources §  Patient Driven Acquisition §  PubMed/NLM Databases 5.  Cloud Computing §  Data Management §  Medical Resources 6.  Geeks Bearing Gif ts (update) §  Discovery Tools …  Future Trends …  Twitter
  • 14. We asked respondents INTEREST INDICATED IN to tell us how interestedSPECIFIC TECHNOLOGIES they were in 23 specific technologies on our collective radars. They rated them on a scale of 1-5.
  • 15. Videocasting Social MediaCloud Computing INTEREST BY TECHNOLOGY Screencasting I n te r e s t i n LibGuides learning about te c h n o l o g i e s o n Accessibility scale of 1-5 1 = Ve r y L i t t l e / Search Engines N o I n te r e s t Podcasting 5=Extremely I n te r e s te d RSS Feeds A r r a n g e d by e s t i m a te d Blogs i n te r e s t h i g h to l ow. 0 10 20 30 40 50 Low Interest (1-2) Mild Interest (3) High Interest (4-5)
  • 16. Mobile Computing (Devices & Software) INTEREST BY MOBILE NNLM Mobile Sites TECHNOLOGY I n te r e s t i n learning about QR Codes te c h n o l o g i e s o n scale of 1-5 1 = Ve r y L i t t l e / N o I n te r e s t GPS/GIS-Based Apps 5=Extremely I n te r e s te dNear Field Communications A r r a n g e d by e s t i m a te d i n te r e s t h i g h to l ow. 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Low Interest (1-2) Mild Interest (3) High Interest (4-5)
  • 17. Instructional Tech & Flipped Classroom INTEREST BY INSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGYPrezi/Powerpoint/Keynote Interest in learning about technologies on scale of 1-5 Game-Based Learning 1=Ver y Little/No Interest 5=Extremely Augmented Reality Interested Arranged by estimated interest high to 0 10 20 30 40 50 low. Low Interest (1-2) Mild Interest (3) High Interest (4-5)
  • 18. Library Applications/Systems INT ERES T BY LIB RA RY & H EA LT H CA RE Electronic Health Records T EC H NOLOGY Interest in learning about technologies on scale of 1-5 Big Data/Open Data 1=Ver y Little/ No Interest 5=Extremely Telemedicine Interested Arranged by estimated 0 10 20 30 40 50 interest high to low. Low Interest (1-2) Mild Interest (3) High Interest (4-5)
  • 19. 80.00%70.00%60.00% TECHNOLOGICAL50.00% BARRIERS40.00% “OTHER”30.00% responses included comments about20.00% SHRINKING10.00% BUDGETS & 0.00% lack of INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT
  • 20. REACTIONS¡ For the most part, our data reinforced our anecdotal experience of the needs and wants of the users¡ Librarians were most interested in current and popular technologies and issues that were affecting their practice at the time, though they also seemed to have an eye to the future
  • 21. TECHNOLOGY RAC RECOMMENDATIONS¡  Combine resources to address the barriers brought to light in the sur vey¡  Use information about user interest/need to develop new CE courses¡  Work on ways to be able to of fer more technology courses¡  Brainstorm deliver y methods that address established needs and barriersOne development from the results: June’s Beyond the SE/A Program
  • 22. Have you found a way to keep your busy colleagues up to date onJUNE BEYOND THE SE/A technology, work with security challenges, or WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 overcome budget constraints or lack of institutional Stories of Overcoming Technology support? Challenges & Barriers in the SE/A Share with the SE/A by joining our panel this June! Not yet tamed these To participate in the panel, contact Kimberley Barker challenges? Join SE/A Technology RAC, Chair us to learn from KimberleyBarker@virginia.edu the panel members, and join the conversation.