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Transforming complex needs into simple solutions

We help agencies solve modern
information and training challenges

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Center for Information Management
and Educational Services

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

Center for Information Management and Educational Services

FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY

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Our talented team integrates research and expertise to create powerful solutions for each client.

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Projects

Nebraska Tobacco Resource and Information Network

Florida Graduate Candidate Identification System

Open Doors Outreach Network Training

Trauma-Informed Approach for Patrol Officers

Nebraska Tobacco Resource and Information Network

Nebraska Health and Human Services - Tobacco Free Nebraska

The Division of Health Promotion and Tobacco is responsible for preventative and community health programs and services, such as Tobacco Free Nebraska. CIMES developed a multi-level information/program/business management system called the Tobacco Resource and Information Network to support the effectiveness of programs and services implemented by local grantees as part of Tobacco Free Nebraska. CIMES also created the Tobacco Free Nebraska Virtual Clearinghouse, where local grantees upload materials they have developed to share with other grantees, communities, and families across the state.

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Florida Graduate Candidate Identification System

Florida's Public Universities

The Graduate Candidate Identification System (GCIS) is a unified site where junior- and senior-level undergraduates at any Florida public university may submit an interest form and invite potential contact from graduate programs, fellowships, summer research programs, and other opportunities in higher education across the state.

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Open Doors Outreach Network Training

Voices for Florida

The Open Doors Outreach Network was launched by Voices for Florida in 2016 as part of a coordinated effort to address service gaps for victims of sexual exploitation and trafficking. Through a network of partner organizations, ODON provides a coordinated system of care that is supported by trauma-competent best practices and translational research. The Open Doors model uses teams that consist of a survivor-mentor, a regional advocate, and a clinician. CIMES developed training to support the development of knowledge and skills that ensure fidelity to ODON’s service model, leading to standardized quality care regardless of location.

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Trauma-Informed Approach for Patrol Officers

Florida Council Against Sexual Violence

This short, high-impact web-based training can be used in group roll-call situations at law enforcement agencies or viewed by patrol officers on their own. The module uses video interviews with a police captain, a state attorney, a trauma expert, and an advocate to deliver its core message about the effects of trauma and encourage officers to adopt trauma-informed approaches. It also includes a practice scenario in which officers are presented with multiple-choice options for how to respond to a "victim" at various points in the law enforcement interview.

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Florida ExpertNet

Rover Library Systems

Combating Social Isolation

myCIES Web Portal

Florida ExpertNet

State University System of Florida Board of Governors

The private and public sectors in Florida needed a centralized portal of research faculty in Florida’s universities to assist in identifying expertise to solve problems and create collaborative opportunities. Florida ExpertNet, a portal of applied research expertise all across Florida's research universities, was the solution. The web-based system employs a knowledge management system and content management system, along with a research taxonomy to manage content. Web crawlers and import tools collect data from the university partners across the state. 

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Rover Library Systems

California Department of Public Health - California Tobacco Control Program

The California Department of Public Health, Tobacco Control Program funds a library and clearinghouse as part of their mission to reduce tobacco use in California. CIMES developed Rover, an integrated, web-based library portal designed to provide all the tools necessary for effective management and access to information and resources organized and published by the Tobacco Control Section Library and the Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California. Rover is a robust and integrated information system and content management system that allows the staff to manage every facet of their content. Rover incorporates tools for managing the materials catalog, circulation, patrons, reference, distribution channels, search and data sets, as well as the library website.   

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Combating Social Isolation

Florida State University

The Anxiety and Behavioral Health Clinic located in the Psychology Department at Florida State University was funded by the military to develop web-based intervention programs in the areas of stress and social isolation.The objective of the web-based intervention was to help participants combat the feeling of social isolation by providing them with information on recognizing symptoms, dispelling common misconceptions, and suggesting coping mechanisms.A multi-dimensional approach was taking to provide a rich experience for the user that included videos of subject matter experts as well as video scenarios demonstrating content organized by seven myths of social isolation.

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myCIES Web Portal

Florida State University - Center for Intensive English Studies

The Center for Intensive English Studies at Florida State University needed a centralized business management system to encompass all the needs of the center, which to a large degree were different from those of the university as a whole. CIMES created a portal and content management system that encompassed student application and registration, course and session creation, faculty assignments, recording of grades and attendance, billing, and reporting.

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