Jeanne Le Ber

Picture of Jeanne Marie Le Ber

Jeanne Le Ber has worked at the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library since 1979. She received her Masters of Library and Information Science from Brigham Young University in December 1992. Jeanne served as the Education Librarian from 1994 until 2010.

In 2010, Jeanne was appointed the Associate Director for Education and Research. In this position, Jeanne is responsible for public services, including operations of the front desk and reference, and she directs and mentors the Teaching and Learning, Interprofessional Education and Research Librarians.

Jeanne is the current editor of eSynapse, the Library's newsletter. In addition, Jeanne is the project lead for the Building Awareness of Sex and Gender Differences Research, Phase II project. As part of this project, the S&GDR team developed a Research Guide with links to a variety of significant resources on the topic. Jeanne coordinates the annual InfoFair (the 2014 event is focused on sex and gender differences and women's health) and Mayden Lecture. (View Current CV as a PDF document.)

In her free time, Jeanne is an avid birdwatcher (520 North American birds on her life list) and member of the Great Salt Lake Audubon society.

Jeanne Marie Le Ber
Associate Director for Education and Research
University of Utah
Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library
10 North 1900 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-5890
PHONE: (801) 585-6744
FAX: (801) 581-3632
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MLA 2005 Meeting - Celebrating a New Home for Health Sciences Education with New Technology for Teaching; Jeanne Le Ber and Nancy Lombardo PowerPoint slides Jeanne and PowerPoint slides Nancy

ULA 2005 Meeting - Teaching Teachers to Teach with Tablet PCs; poster for ULA-Library Instruction Round Table and selected bibliography

ULA 2005 Meeting - Fact or Fraud: A Critical Evaluation of Popular Health Trends on the Web; poster for ULA-Health Round Table and bibliography for quality filtered websites and resources for evaluating websites.

MLA 2004 Meeting - Medical Students Find Power in Their Palm: PDAs in a Clinical Rotation ; Poster and Class pictures and Bibliography

MLA 2004 Meeting - ; Integrating Palm Devices into the School of Medicine Curriculum for Libraries in Curriculum SIG

MLA 2003 Meeting - Riding the Wave to Powerful Poster Presentations; Poster and Design Bibliography

MLA 2003 Meeting - Load Up the Woody: Portable Classroom Leads to Partnership; Poster

Tri-Chapter MLA Meeting - The Greening of Eccles Library; PowerPoint slides

Ogden Surgical-Medical Society - MEDLINE for Health Professionals; PowerPoint slides

ULA 2001 Presentation - Searching Pioneer/EBSCOhost Databases; PowerPoint slides

Internet Use in Daily Practice: A Review of Electronic Resources for PNP; PowerPoint slides

MLA 2000 Presentation - Creating and Transforming a Library Service Philosophy into Professional Practice; PowerPoint slides

"Our Service Philosophy" PDF document

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