• Creating a Mobile Library Website

      Cutshall, Tom; Blake, Lindsay; Bandy, Sandra L.; Robert B. Greenblatt, MD Library, Georgia Health Sciences University (Information Today, Inc., 2011-10)
      Question/Objective: Discuss the perceived need for a mobile library website, how the site was created and expansion of the site. This includes the technical and design information. Setting or Participants: A health sciences university and hospital in Georgia. Methodology: The project started with an informal poll of our patrons. We then looked at how other libraries were creating their mobile sites. It was decided to create a mobile website to accommodate our patrons and also take advantage of the vendor and consortium mobile products available to us. This allows us to take advantage of web based mobile products that are not applications, which already have a page on our website. We are now able to reach our patrons in a novel way that takes into consideration the explosion of smartphone usage and the variety of 12 smartphone platforms. Findings: Statistics show that our patrons are using the services and resources offered. As expected PubMed is receiving the highest number of hits, but our general health, nursing and drug databases are also showing good usage Conclusion: Our mobile site allows patrons to access the Library resources and services when and where they desire. The mobile site provides our patrons the flexibility to access our resources and services with a mobile device they probably already carry on their person. No need to find a laptop or head across campus to the library building for many library needs.
    • Creating a Mosaic of History Lectures for the Health Sciences

      Bandy, Sandra L.; Sharrock, Renee; University Libraries (2016-05)
      Objective: Unlike many health sciences libraries, our library has a large and far-reaching Historical Collection and Archives (HCA) room housing hidden treasures. Showcasing this collection, and the history of the health sciences, has often been a challenge. This paper examines the development and implementation of a History of the Health Sciences Lecture Series. Method: The recent addition of historical donations from alumni and other health professionals has resulted in an increase interest in the library’s historical collections and archives. Making these collections discoverable is the primary goal. The library hosted a mosaic of lectures that focused on the library’s historical collections. Lectures have been tied to current library events and university courses. Creating this historical lecture series is a collaborative planning process which included many obstacles and creative solutions. Steps in this process include: (1) connecting historical collections with faculty or alumni to design the lecture; (2) developing marketing strategies across the health science campus that encourage attendance and interest; and (3) assessing the effectiveness of the lecture series.
    • Creating Clarity from Chaos-Applying Standard Methodology to Compliance

      Williford, Mickey; Ribble, Karen (2014-12-08)
      In January 2012, Augusta State University and Georgia Health Sciences University learned they would be consolidated to form Georgia Regents University. To organize the work needed for SACSCOC approval, standardized project management techniques were employed to coordinate substantive change reporting. Now, anticipating a 2016 reaffirmation, the university continues to use the techniques in developing a compliance certification as well as the quality enhancement plan. Staff from Georgia Regents University will educate attendees on basic project management and discuss how they are applying the methodology to ongoing compliance with the Principles. Attendees will receive templates that can be used at their own institutions. No experience in project management is necessary to benefit from this presentation.
    • Creating Self-Regulated Learners: Strategies to Strengthen Students' Self-Awareness and Learning Skills (Keynote Address)

      Nilson, Linda B.; Office of Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI); Clemson University (2016-09)
      Dr. Nilson is the director emeritus of the Teaching Effectiveness and Innovation (OTEI) at Clemson University and author of Teaching at Its Best: A Research-Based Resource for College Instructors (Jossey-Bass), now in its fourth edition, The Graphic Syllabus and the Outcomes Map: Communicating Your Course (Anker/JosseyBass, 2007), Creating Self-Regulated Learners: Strategies to Strengthen Students' Self-Awareness and Learning Skills (Stylus, 2013), and Specifications Grading: Restoring Rigor, Motivating Students, and Saving Faculty Time (Stylus, 2015). Her next book, Online Teaching at Its Best, with co-author Ludwika A. Goodson, is in progress for Jossey-Bass. She is also beginning a book on discussion with Jennifer Herman for Stylus. Dr. Nilson's career as a full-time faculty development director spans over 25 years. In this time, she has published many articles and book chapters and has given over 450 keynotes, webinars, and live workshops at conferences, colleges, and universities both nationally and internationally on dozens of topics related to college teaching and scholarly productivity. She has also taught graduate seminars on college teaching. You will be able to explain what self-regulated learning (SRL) is and how it enhances student learning. You will be able to induce your students to practice SRL. You will be able to induce your students to practice SRL. You will be able to adapt and integrate SRL activities and assignments in your courses.
    • Credit Card Processing Policy

      Controller's Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2011-12)
      This policy applies to any department or individual accepting credit card funds on behalf of or in the name of GHSU. This policy applies continuously. No major conditions or restrictions apply
    • Criminal Conviction Disclosure Policy for Students

      Campus Life Services (1995-04-27)
      6.11 Criminal Conviction Disclosure Policy for Students: Students are required, on a continuing basis, to disclose in writing to their Dean or the Director of Campus Life Services any criminal convictions that occur since the disclosure they completed wth their application for admission. Criminal convictions include adjudication of guilt by a jury or judge for any crime. Minor traffic offenses are not included, but "no contest" pleas, first-offender treatment, convictions under appeal, and convictions that have been pardoned are included. Disclosures should be made wthin 30 days of conviction
    • Criteria to Surplus Vehicles and to Request Fleet Replacement

      Public Safety Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (1997-11)
      The Vehicle Services Bureau, Public Safety Division, is responsible for the overall management of GHSU Fleet Vehicles. It is very important that old vehicles be replaced with newer, more economical and fuel efficient vehicles, on a timely basis. Vehicle Services is responsible for providing current information to users of GHSU Vehicles and to advise them on surplus procedures.
    • Curettes, Nos. 1-9

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-03-28)
    • Curriculum Changes Policy

      Academic Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-02)
      2.13 Curriculum Changes Policy: This policy facilitates the institutional approval process for changes to the curriculum by any college or department at Georgia Health Sciences University. Curriculum changes originate in the respective department or college, and are submitted via the proper form to the Vice President for Instruction and Enrollment Management & Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, who will verify that the request form is complete and all required documentation is attached. The Director of Business Operations of the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost will compile the fiscal considerations of the proposed curriculum change. This information will all be submitted to the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost for approval. Following approval by the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost, the Office of the Registrar will complete the official curriculum revision and notify the respective colleges.
    • Cyber Augusta [Summer 2018 Vol. 1 No. 1]

      Takahashi, Arthur; Harris, Danielle; Meagher, Brennan; Garrett, Nick; Division of Communications and Marketing (Augusta University, 2018)
      Table of Contents: Moving Downtown (1), Protecting Our Children (4), Cyberattacks Across the Decades (4), From Kid to Code Warrior (6), Keeping It Under Wraps (7), Cyber Tsunami Warning for Augusta (8), Hacking Hospitals: A Critical Condition (12), Winston's Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day (16), Georgia Researchers Leading the Way (18), It Came From the Future (22), That Time a Movie Drove Federal Policy (29), Cyber Scares on the Silver Screen (29), Augusta Metro Cybersecurity Workforce Study (30), Endgame: A step too far in cyberwar (31), Augusta, Georgia: In a different league (31), Safety Saying Goodbye (32).
    • Damage to Residence Hall or Loss of Personal Property Policy

      Residence Life (2008-06-13)
      6.02 Damage to Residence Hall or Loss of Personal Property Policy: Georgia Health Sciences Uniiversity is not responsible for any property damaged or destroyed while a student occupies an apartment or room in a Georgia Health Sciences University residence hall facility except in a case where the Georgia Health Sciences University is found negligent. Students living in Georgia Health Sciences University residence halls are not permitted to make any permanent changes to an apartment or room in the residence hall. This includes, but is not limited to, installation of or tampering with ceiling fans, light fixtures, shelves, partitions, lofts, W'indow coverings, wallpaper, painting, plumbing, and heating.
    • Data Management and Classification

      Office of the Provost; Georgia Health Sciences University (2007-03)
      Information is one of Georgia Health Sciences University’s most valuable resources and as such requires responsible management by all members of the GHSU community. This policy describes the roles, responsibilities, and classification for institutional data.All institutional data should be used with appropriate and relevant levels of access and with sufficient assurance of its security and integrity in compliance with existing laws, rules, and regulations.
    • Data Repositories For Research Reproducibility

      Davies, Kathy J; Putnam Davis, Jennifer; University Libraries
    • Dean's List Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01-24)
      4.06 Dean's List Policy: Georgia Health Sciences University recognizes the superior academic performance of undergraduates and College of Dentistry students by awarding them Dean's List designation for a given semester according to the conditions set forth in this policy. To qualify for the Dean's List, an undergraduate student must be enrolled for 12 or more hours of graded academic work in a semester and have achieved a grade point average of at least 3.50 for that semester. for students with an incomplete grade, Dean's List computations will not be made until a grade is determined. To qualify for the Dean's List in the College of Dentistry, students must exhibit acceptable professional behavior and have a grade point average of at least 3.50 (on a 4.00 scale) or higher for that semester while carrying at least 12 hours of credit and must not have received any unsatisfactory or failing grades for that semester. the achievement of each student who qualifies for Dean's List is acknowledged and noted in the student's permanent record
    • The Dental College of Georgia - Deans

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      Portraits of individuals who served as Dean of the Dental College of Georgia. Up until February 2011, the Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1960s

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      Photographs of the legislative beginnings and early history of the The Dental College of Georgia. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1970s

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2019-01-10)
      Photographs of dental medicine students, faculty and patients from the 1970s. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Dental College of Georgia, 1980s-1990s

      Augusta Unversity Libraries; Historical Collections & Archives
      Photographs of dental medicine students, faculty and patients from the 1980s and 1990s. Up until February 2011, The Dental College of Georgia was known as the MCG School of Dentistry. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • Departmental Deposits Policy

      Controller's Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-03)
      This policy applies to any department accepting funds on behalf of GHSU, whether for services or otherwise. This policy applies continuously. No major conditions or restrictions apply.
    • Derangements of the Functions of the Liver

      Unknown
      Paper written for and presented at Augusta Library and Medical Society meeting. The author and date are unknown. The subject is the derangements of the liver's functions.