P&S Journal: Fall 1995, Vol.15, No.3
Plugging P&S into the:Technological Age: by Doug Brunk
Efforts to connect alumni to the Columbia Health Information PerspectiveS project (CHIPS) will move forward after curriculum material is placed online for first- and second-year P&S students, says Pat Molholt, assistant vice president and associate dean for scholarly resources.
"It is our intention to allow P&S graduates continuous access to CHIPS for review as well as an access point to explore new topics," Ms. Molholt says. "I'd like to see us build continuing education segments into CHIPS and deliver them over the Internet for anytime anywhere use."
Meanwhile, Susan Jacobson, director of the Health Sciences Library, is exploring ways to improve alumni access to CPMCnet and other network-based health sciences resources.
Alumni now can access the public segment of CPMCnet using a Web browser. The URL (electronic address): http://cpmcnet.columbia.edu/