• Teaching Matters December 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-12-01)
      Table of Contents: Call for Proposals for Education Innovation Fund (EIF) Grant; Innovation Updates (Medical Students Get First Taste of High Fidelity Simulation at the Augusta University Interdisciplinary Simulation Center, What's New in Student Success, Career Services Events Were a Success, CURS is Thankful this Holiday Season, Smithsonian World War One Traveling Exhibit); Faculty/Student Highlights (IPSO Student Featured in Jagwire, Honors Students Place at NCHC Conference, History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series, Greenblatt Library Faculty Selected For MCG Teaching Scholars Fellowship); Mark Your Calendar (Study Abroad Deadlines)
    • Medical College of Georgia Students

      Historical Collections & Archives; Augusta University; Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 1950)
      Photographs of Medical College of Georgia students in classroom and laboratory settings. Most photographs were used in campus publications, primarily promotional material such as the course catalogs.
    • Virgil P. Sydenstricker, MD

      Augusta University; Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 1945)
      Virgil P. Sydenstricker, MD began his career at the Medical College of Georgia in 1920. He was professor of medicine and chair of the department of medicine from 1922 until 1957. Sydenstricker was nationally and internationally recognized in the medical fields of hematology and nutrition. During World War II, he served as the head of the European Nutritional Section of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (1944-1945). In this capacity, he was the medical officer in charge of rehabilitating malnourished victims of the Nazi Bergen-Belsen concentration camp. He also oversaw the rehabilitation of newly released prisoners of war and Dutch civilians. This photograph collection includes photos from Sydenstricker's WWII scrapbook as well as photos taken while on rounds with his residents. The finding aid for the Virgil P. Sydenstricker Collection can be veiwed here - https://guides.augusta.edu/ld.php?content_id=45343880.
    • Medical Fraternities on the Health Sciences Campus

      Historical Collections & Archives; Augusta University; Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 1956)
      Collection of images of medical fraternities on the Augusta University Health Sciences Campus. Some fraternities are no longer in existence. The images in this collection were scanned from the Aesculapian yearbook or from original print photographs. The year range of the images is 1923-1956.
    • President Jesse L. Steinfeld, 1983-1987

      Historical Collections & Archives; Augusta University; Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 1987)
      Jesse Leonard Steinfeld, MD served as president of the Medical College of Georgia (MCG) from 1972 to 1983. At that time, MCG was the institution-wide name of the Augusta University's Health Sciences Campus, and consisted of the Schools of Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Allied Health Sciences, and the Graduate School.
    • Teaching Matters November 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-11-01)
      Table of Contents: Updates from Student Success; Innovation Updates (Honor Students to Represent AU at National Honors Conference, University Libraries Hosts Its 6th Annual Faculty Author Reception, Center for Instructional Innovation to Provide Travel Support for Faculty Presenting at USG Teaching and Learning Conference, CURS Awards Grants for Undergraduate Research, Interdisciplinary Simulation Center Hosts Dental IV Sedation course, Leadership Students Host Event on Human Trafficking); Faculty/Student Highlights (Sandra Bandy Receives Medical Library Association Award, Dr. Tom Colbert wins award for his commitment to physics education, Dr. Quentin Davis to Direct the Quality Enhancement Plan: "Learning By Doing", IPSO International Student Highlight); Mark Your Calendar (CURS to Host Undergraduate Research Fair, Study Abroad Kicks Off International Education Week)
    • Teaching Matters October 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-10-01)
      Table of Contents: Enhanced Distance Simulation Capabilities Coming to the Interdisciplinary Simulation Center for Spring 2020; Innovation Updates (Center for Instructional Innovation Open House, What's New in Student Success, Honor's program welcomes largest class, Constitutional Day: Celebrating the 19th Amendment); Faculty/Student Highlights (IPSO Features Dr. Sukumari Ramesh, AU Alumni and CURS Summer Scholar published); Mark Your Calendar (Career Services Upcoming Events, Study Abroad 2020 Recruiting)
    • Teaching Matters September 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-09-01)
      Table of Contents: Innovation Updates (Center for Instructional Innovation Open House, SIM Center host's AUMC 2019 Nursing Skills Fair, Librarian participates in LALI at Dartmouth, AHEC Creates Unique Experience for AR Johnson students); Faculty Highlights (IPSO Features Dr. Babak Baban, Gail Kouame Selected for Association of American Health Sciences Libraries Leadership Fellows Program); Mark Your Calendar (Career Services Upcoming Events, Fulbright Program Open, CURS and Research Office Ice Cream Social)
    • Teaching Matters August 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-08-01)
      Table of Contents: Innovation Updates (Pediatric Simulation Offerings, Why work with the Center for Instructional Innovation?, AHEC in Action, Pathway to Med School program finds its way to MCG, Reducing Health Disparities In A Vulnerable Population), Student News (Students Research at SRS, Whats Happening in Student Sucess?, Connecting with New Students, CURS student visits Princeton University, Honors Program welcomes largest class); Mark Your Calendar (International Education Week, Dream Jobs Redefined, Want to work at Augusta National for Masters Week 2020, Professional Community Education Upcoming Events)
    • Teaching Matters July 2019

      Kelehear, Zach; Office of the Vice Provost for Instruction (Augusta University, 2019-07-01)
      Table of Contents: Recent Activities in the Center for Instructional Innovation; Welcome new Administrators to the Division (Dr. Ray Whiting and Dr. Jessica Reichmuth); Welcome Student Success (Academic Advisement, Study Away, Academic Success); Innovation Updates (Sponsor an event for International Education Week, Simulation Center, Mental Health First Aid Training Available, New International Students/Visitors, Honor's largest graduating class); Save the Date (Hiring Student Employees, 2019 CURS Summer Scholars Program, Up-coming exhibit honors Dr. Ellison); PaCE Upcoming Programs
    • Bridging the silos: Connecting University data management services through a Data Management Symposium

      Davies, Kathy; Hendren, Steph; Davis, Jennifer Putnam; Augusta University (Augusta University, 2019-10-11)
      Objective: Greenblatt Library at Augusta University determined that library facutly needed expanded knowledge of research data management to establish a training program and develop a data services model. These goals aligned the library with an existing priority to become a research university and address gaps in existing data services offered to the research community. The library decided that hosting a one-day research data management symposium would promote the library as a data management resource, engage with existing research data services on campus, and discuss important aspects of data management. Methods: Greenblatt Library received funding to host a campus-wide research data management symposium. The symposium connected researchers and resources across all disciplines and provided professional development credits for researchers and librarians. Results: The one-day symposium was held in March 2019 and featured national and local speakers, a panel discussion, and data resources exhibits. The conducted post survey provided valuable information that will be used to establish future training and library services. Library faculty taught one of the sessions and the Libraries staffed an exhibit table to highlight data management tools. Conclusions: Librarians have existing skills such as teaching, organizing, analyzing and providing access to information sources that transfer readily to the research data management life cycle. The training symposium increased campus awareness of library services for data management and facilitated new research collaborations. Moving forward, a multifaceted approach to training will increase library faculty capabilities to engage in the critical processes necessary for data sharing, scholarship, and research reproducibility.
    • Shaping the Future of Education for the Medical Library Association

      Kouame, Gail; Holmes, Heather; Laera, Elizabeth; Augusta University; Medical University of South Carolina; Brookwood Baptist Health (Augusta University, 2019-10-11)
      Objective: Inform health sciences information professionals about the newly developed structure for educational programming for the Medical Library Association (MLA) based on MLA’s Professional Competencies. Methods: MLA appointed the Education Steering Committee and six Education Curriculum Committees to develop education content based on the Association’s revised Professional Competencies. The Competencies provide the framework that define the skills to be gained as a result of educational offerings. The Education Curriculum Committees are charged with: 1. Designing and planning curriculum and educational offerings and resources; 2. Providing direction, expertise, and knowledge to creators and instructors of educational offerings with respect to content and instructional design; 3. Reviewing and assessing offerings to ensure they are high quality and current, meet learning outcomes, and have a succession plan. The work of the Curriculum Committees is shaped by the curriculum priorities document set forth by the Education Steering Committee, beginning with a “Bootcamp” that incorporates foundational offerings across the Competencies. Results: The Education Curriculum Committees suggest topics and speakers for MLA’s monthly webinars and for Continuing Education courses offered at the Association’s Annual Meetings. In the past year, Education Curriculum Committees have engaged with subject matter experts and with professional instructional designers to create online self-paced courses. A middle management symposium, sponsored by the Leadership & Management Education Curriculum Committee, was offered at the MLA 2019 Annual Meeting. Curriculum Committees are exploring other modes for providing educational content, such as podcasts, journal clubs or discussion groups. Existing courses and webinars are tagged with Professional Competencies in MEDLIB-ED, MLA’s continuing education portal. Conclusions: MLA’s Professional Competencies provide a meaningful framework for planning and organizing educational offerings. Education Curriculum Committees follow the curriculum priorities to plan their work, but also have flexibility to be innovative in suggesting other possible content and methods to support professional development and education for information professionals.
    • Bulletin of the Medical Department of the University of Georgia, 1913 June

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1913-06)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation.
    • Bulletin of the Medical Department of the University of Georgia, 1913 September

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1913-09)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation.
    • Bulletin of the University of Georgia Medical College, 1913 March

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1913-03)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation.
    • Bulletin of the University of Georgia Medical College, 1912 June

      Medical College of Georgia (Medical College of Georgia, 1912-06)
      Annual publication distributed by the Medical College of Georgia detailing the educational advantages of the school, requirements for admission, fees and textbooks for study, and requirements for graduation.
    • Minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty, July 1918 - October 1929

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia
      These are the transcribed minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty-OR-Trustees from YEAR-YEAR. It is not known who transcribed the minutes or when the transcription was done.
    • Minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty, April 1916-July 1918

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (1916)
      These are the transcribed minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty-OR-Trustees from YEAR-YEAR. It is not known who transcribed the minutes or when the transcription was done.
    • Minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty, February 1912-March 1916

      Medical College of Georgia; Medical College of Georgia (1912)
      These are the transcribed minutes of the Medical College of Georgia Faculty-OR-Trustees from YEAR-YEAR. It is not known who transcribed the minutes or when the transcription was done.
    • 2008 Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library Annual Report

      Medical College of Georgia, 2008
      This report serves to highlight the activities and accomplishments of FY08 that supports the Medical College of Georgia's mission and to inform administrators, colleagues, and historians of the Greenblatt Library's work.