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Haitian librarians describe earthquake destruction

From American Libraries Direct, 8/18/2010: “On January 12, 2010, a devastating earthquake turned an ordinary day into a day of horror and destruction for Haiti. At the IFLA Congress, two Haitian librarians came forward to tell their stories and communicate face-to-face with various international organizations and individuals who want to help with the recovery. During […]

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Using mobile technology in Haiti

The blog iMedical Apps has an interesting posting on how “Google’s use of mobile health technology in Haiti could foreshadow their plans for mobile medicine.” It includes a YouTube video (see below) released by Dr. Roni Zeigler, Chief Health Strategist at Google, showing how the creation of a simple mobile application, Resource Finder, was being […]

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