InfoFair

Overview

InfoFair is an annual event hosted by the Eccles Health Sciences Library at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, held beginning in 1983 with the goal of providing up-to-date health sciences information. For over thirty-five years, InfoFair has showcased cutting-edge computer technology and educated users on computer services, applications, and resources.

The last InfoFair was held in 2015, and the event evolved into the Research Reproducibility Conference and Lecture Series.

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1 InfoFair Invitation to National Library of Medicine- December 7, 1982 [not set] [not set] [not set]
2 InfoFair 1983 Program- "Personal Computer Access to Health Related Databases" [not set] [not set] [not set]
3 InfoFair 1983- Event Photograph: First InfoFair, Priscilla M. Mayden and Lynne Wilson [not set] [not set] [not set]
4 "University of Utah Holds InfoFair on Automation for Health Professionals." Library Journal, June 1, 1983 [not set] [not set] [not set]
5 InfoFair 1983- "Medline for Your Microcomputer" [not set] [not set] [not set]
6 "A National First: Health Sciences Library InfoFair." Health Sciences Report, Summer 1983 [not set] [not set] [not set]
7 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Demonstration [not set] [not set] [not set]
8 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Registration [not set] [not set] [not set]
9 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Exhibits [not set] [not set] [not set]
10 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Exhibits [not set] [not set] [not set]
11 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Exhibits [not set] [not set] [not set]
12 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Exhibits [not set] [not set] [not set]
13 InfoFair 1984- Event Photograph: Flyer [not set] [not set] [not set]
14 InfoFair 1984 Program- "Microcomputers in the Health Sciences" [not set] [not set] [not set]
15 "Meet to Discuss Microcomputers in Medicine" and "InfoFair Will Focus on Microcomputer Role in Health." The Salt Lake Tribune, Sunday, February 5, 1984 [not set] [not set] [not set]
16 InfoFair 1985 Program- "Computer Based Information in the Health Sciences" [not set] [not set] [not set]
17 "Chief of National Medicine Library Will Speak at InfoFair Seminar at U." The Daily Utah Chronicle, Thursday, February 21, 1985 [not set] [not set] [not set]
18 "Role of Computers Increases With Medical Specialization." The Salt Lake Tribune, Thursday, February 28, 1985 [not set] [not set] [not set]
19 "Use of Computers to Dominate InfoFair Planned at U. of U." The Salt Lake Tribune, Friday February 22, 1985 [not set] [not set] [not set]
20 InfoFair 1986 Featured Speaker: G. Octo Barnett, M.D. [not set] [not set] [not set]
21 Intercom 3-4-1986 [not set] [not set] [not set]
22 InfoFair 1986 Program- "Computers in Health Sciences Education" [not set] [not set] [not set]
23 InfoFair 1986- "Computers in Health Sciences Education" [not set] [not set] [not set]
24 Suzanne S. Stensaas, Ph.D. Demonstrating Slice of Life at InfoFair (1987) [not set] [not set] [not set]
25 InfoFair 1987- Event Photograph: Suzanne Stensaas, Ph.D. [not set] [not set] [not set]

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Organizations

University of Utah Health

Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library

The mission of the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is to advance and transform education, research, and health care through dynamic technologies, evidence application, and collaborative partnerships.

EHSL Digital Publishing

Digital Publishing Group

The EHSL Digital Publishing Group contribute to research, scholarship, and the common good by collaboratively collecting, organizing, preserving, communicating, and sharing digital objects relevant to the health sciences community and professional healthcare educators worldwide.

University of Utah Health

University of Utah Health

University of Utah Health is the only university health care system in the state of Utah and provides patient care for the people of Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, and much of Nevada.