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Social Media in Medical Education
To Teach To Learn To Treat
Don’t Lie, Don’t Pry Don’t Steal, Don’t Reveal Don’t Cheat, Can’t Delete
Searchabl e Verifiable Interactive Create- able Changeab le Personal Learning Network/ Personal Knowledge Management Consumed Created Curated
Blogs Podcasts/Videos Wikis Twitter Facebook Email Apps
Keeping up Filter Share Examples Develop skills
Lurk Find your voice Weave your network
Blogs RSS, Readers, Mail Lists Podcasts RSS, iTunes (Podcasts), Instacast Videos RSS, YouTube, Vimeo Wikis Talk pages
Facebook Pages, Events Twitter Lists, Hashtags Filters Google, Wikipedia, Pubmed Curation Tools Evernote, Simplenote, Instapaper, Pocket
Free Open Access Medical Education #FOAMed emgoogle.com (unified search) unified RSS feed coming
Life in the Fast Lane St Emlyns the NNT iTeachEM EM:RAP
EMCRIT Practical Evidence ERCast Free Emerg Talks UltrasoundPodcast.com
Evernote Tweetbot Reeder Instapaper Google Translate Papers
Medscape/Pepid/ePocrates Dragon Medical ECG Guide Netter Flashcards
Blatant self promotion wikemerg.ca I need help - Meta-Curation
On-line media tools for strategic communications purposes When using media tools for communication we try to use the latest technologies such us blogging,
Getting Started with Social media YouTube, We Tube Jayme Swain Director, Engage.
Introduction What’s a social network? (P/K) Cases – Facebook and Twitter (P/K) – Youtube (K) – Wiki (P) – Blogging (Dell) (K) What will the future bring?
Facebook: 747 class page John Lachmeyer Richard Tejada.
Education or Distraction: Facebook in the Classroom Patty Sullivan Dennis Beck.
On your sticky note brainstorm for 30 seconds technology terms Turn to a partner and share your list For every word you duplicate you get 0 points For.
UWSMC Fall 2011 Lisa Guo. What is Social Graph Mathematically, Graph is an abstraction for modeling relationships between things. Graphs consists of.
Social Media: It’s more than your Facebook Ellie Klerlein Deputy Director, Digital NCLR.
Publishing and the Web. What do online customers want? The Google generation expect: To find everything quickly & efficiently Websites to be easy to use.
Content Hosted on JDSupra.com. Alerts, articles, blog posts…
Traditional Marketing Methods are Dead or Dying ” Unlocking the Power of Social Media for Higher Search-Engine Rankings “
By Christopher Tonkin. What is Web 2.0? Web 2.0 is made up of many things. Eg. Web applications, social-networking sites, video-sharing sites, wikis and.
Web 2.0 Boot Camp. A funny thing happened… In the late 20th century, traditional media was all powerful and saturating.
Web 2.0 The Read/Write Web. Marc Prensky Terms Digital Natives Digital Natives Digital Immigrants--maintain a pre-digital accent Digital Immigrants--maintain.
Teaching Reference and Readers’ Advisory in a Web 2.0 World Jessica E. Moyer and Terry L. Weech Sofia 2008 Sofia, Bulgaria November 13, 2008.
Social Media: Communicating Your Message November 8, 2010 > Tina Lambert, CAE | VSCPA Vice President of Member & Public Relations.
What is Web 2.0? Purpose of web 2.0 in Education.
Web 2.0 and Libraries in the 21 st Century Caroline Kerbyson Cambridge University Press.
Keystone 112 Web 2.0 Social Media and the Library of Congress Nik Roberts Teaching with Primary Sources College of Education.
Twitter is a social networking web application where you can leave messages know as tweets on people’s page who are known as followers.
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