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Starting an iPad Program in a Medical College - Including the Library in the Process

This was a talk I gave at the 2013 American Library Association meeting in Chicago, IL

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Starting an iPad Program in a Medical College - Including the Library in the Process

  1. 1. Starting an iPad Program in a Medical College* *including the library in the process
  2. 2. Rush University • Location: Near West Side of Chicago (IMD) • 664-bed hospital • ~2200 students • 128 M1’s starting in fall 2013 • 550 total students M1-M4 • 600 faculty overall
  3. 3. How it all started Image courtesy of Flickr user COCOEN
  4. 4. Tablet Strategy Meetings
  5. 5. Advice and Consent• Mobile Device Management / Encryption • Apple Bulk Purchase Program • iPad Lending Library • Tech Community • Delivery, Orientation, Documentation • Including the Library in the Process • Support
  6. 6. Potential Apps to Include
  7. 7. Creating course syllabus materials in iBooks Author iBooks Author
  8. 8. iPads for Everyone! Photo courtesy of Flickr user Newtown Graffiti Photo courtesy of Paul Kennedy
  9. 9. Resources • TEACHnology in Medicine: http://teachnology.tumblr.com/ • Health 2.0 and Digital Literacy: http://health2course.tumblr.com/ • Library of Rush University: http://www.rushu.rush.edu/library • AAMC GIR: https://www.aamc.org/members/gir/ • MedEd Portal: https://www.mededportal.org/

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