Web 2.0 support for residents and fellows patient care and educational needs
|Web 2.0 support for residents and fellows patient care and educational needs|
|Author(s)||Dodson S., Gleason A.W.|
|Published in||Medical Reference Services Quarterly|
|Keyword(s)||Blogs, Medical education, Patient care, Residents, Web 2.0, Wikis (Extra: article, computer interface, human, information processing, Internet, library, medical education, patient care, Blogging, Data Collection, Humans, Internet, Internship and Residency, Libraries, Medical, Patient Care, User-Computer Interface)|
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Web 2.0 support for residents and fellows patient care and educational needs is a 2011 journal article written in English by Dodson S., Gleason A.W. and published in Medical Reference Services Quarterly.
This article discusses librarian support of medical education programs and patient care with blogs and wikis. Pedagogical background for using Web 2.0 tools in educational settings is explored and example applications given. A survey of health sciences libraries usage of blogs and wikis was conducted in 2009-2010. Using the results from the survey plus five years of experience using blogs and wikis at the University of Washington Health Sciences Library, best practices were compiled and are presented for guidance in establishing new blogs and wikis.
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