Collaborating and delivering literature search results to clinical teams using Web 2.0 tools
|Collaborating and delivering literature search results to clinical teams using Web 2.0 tools|
|Author(s)||Damani S., Fulton S.|
|Published in||Medical Reference Services Quarterly|
|Keyword(s)||Collaboration, Connotea, Delicious, EndNote Web, Online reference management tools, SharePoint, Social bookmarking, Web 2.0, Wikis (Extra: article, computer program, cooperation, information retrieval, librarian, library, patient care, United States, Cooperative Behavior, Information Storage and Retrieval, Librarians, Libraries, Medical, Patient Care Team, Software, Texas)|
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Collaborating and delivering literature search results to clinical teams using Web 2.0 tools is a 2010 journal article written in English by Damani S., Fulton S. and published in Medical Reference Services Quarterly.
This article describes the experiences of librarians at the Research Medical Library embedded within clinical teams at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and their efforts to enhance communication within their teams using Web 2.0 tools. Pros and cons of EndNote Web, Delicious, Connotea, PBWorks, and SharePoint are discussed.
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