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With so many dozens of apps available, determining the key content areas can be challenging. Similar to the other developments in the Essential Apps categories, Apple has now created an Apps for Healthcare Professionals section within iTunes. iMedicalApps has done a nice overview and review of the collection.
Nominations are being accepted for the Thomson Reuters/Frank Bradway Rogers Information Advancement Award, which recognizes outstanding contributions in the use of technology to deliver health science information, in the science of information, or in the facilitation of the delivery of health science information. The recipient will receive a cash award of $500
As part of a plan to teach Web 2.0 and multimedia tools to user services staff at our health sciences library, I would like to get feedback from MAC members who use such tools in their library work or teach them to others.
From Alan T. Williams – Recently, surgeons in Detroit used Twitter while performing brain surgery. The article has a nice video with it and discusses how medical students across the country were able to virtually sit in on this brain surgery through the use of Twitter. I found this extremely interesting so
Hi Everyone, I just started a new blog called Multimedia and Web 2.0 Tools and Techniques. I intend to post screencasts and tips to the blog, as well as some news items. Please take a look. I hope you enjoy it! Thanks, Bob http://multimediaandweb2.wordpress.com/
From Alan T. Williams: My apologies if some of you all have already seen this site, but I stumbled across it this morning and thought it would be worthwhile to put on the MAC-MLA blog. The site is called The Doctor’s Channel and has the slogan “Learn From Each Other. Fast”. To
From Alan Williams: Hi all. I came across a book titled Internet Cool Tools for Physicians by Melissa Rethlefsen, David Rothman, and Daniel Mojohn. I have only been able to skim through some of it on Amazon.com, but it looks a great book for those of us interested in incorporating new technology
From Bart Ragon (for more information see the MLA Social Networking blog): Last year, many MLA members learned the basics of social networking software by participating in the continuing education (CE) course, “Web 2.0 101: Introduction to Second Generation Web Tools.” Now it’s time to take a closer look. The Task Force