NEW Links Libraries!

November 23, 2011 in Clinical PAs, Current PAs, PA Educators, PA Pals, PA Students, Prospective PAs

Some say we live in the information age. I believe this is true. However, I believe to this point we have only witnessed the early dawn of the information age. As we step further into the future, as processors become more powerful, as software becomes more user-friendly, and as innovators continue to make leaps in the way information is discovered and organized on the internet, we will see a profound increase in applicable information available at our fingertips!

There are SO MANY EXCELLENT resources available for those who find themselves in the physician assistant world, whether they be pre-PAs, students, educators, or clinicians. However, finding this information and assessing its worth takes a lot of time and energy. Furthermore, there is no great central location where these resources have been organized… until now!

A couple of months ago we conducted a survey of our members. One of the ideas we had for a new website feature was to create a “Links and Resource Library.” The survey clearly showed this would be a popular feature. Since that time, we’ve worked hard to develop the first version of this library. A few days ago a well-respected friend, PA clinician and educator, sent me a quick note: “David, I LOVE LOVE LOVE the links section!!! so incredibly useful!” I had a pre-PA student send me a note stating he got lost for hours because of how useful these resources were. So without further ado, I would like to introduce our newest feature. Take a moment to watch the video below and then tell me what you think! What do you like about the library? How can we make it better?

1 response to NEW Links Libraries!

  1. David,

    Thanks for this feature. I have mentioed it to our faculty and students with many positive remarks. The more resources we have like this the better we can serve our students, programs, and profession.

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