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Social content curation – a shift from the traditional

Social content curation – a shift from the traditional | Managing information | Scoop.it

The notion of content curation is one that has traditionally been associated with libraries, archivies, galleries, or organisations working with objects or data in some way. For example, in the DCC...

This isn't a medical education example but Judy O'Connell gives a good overview of how teachers can curate information and publish it to support learning using tools like Scoop.it.

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Medical 2.0 Pills: My workflow for a productive online (medical) learning experience

Medical 2.0 Pills: My workflow for a productive online (medical) learning experience | Managing information | Scoop.it

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Gilbert C FAURE's comment, September 9, 2012 11:31 AM
interesting for a university teacher to see how you do it...
and you do it, while some medical students only wait ...
but everyone do it differently
we did it with current contents and reprints and xerocopies and boxes
now some of us use linkedin, and I love scoop it for grey or black and white literature , on top of webofscience, and of course pubmed ....
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Trip Database

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The TRIP Database is a clinical search tool designed to allow health professionals to rapidly identify the highest quality clinical evidence for clinical practice. You can sign up and use for free.

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Screenr - DundeeTILT: A brief introduction to CiteULike, Zotero and Mendeley for managing references.

Screenr - DundeeTILT: A brief introduction to CiteULike, Zotero and Mendeley for managing references. | Managing information | Scoop.it

This screencast gives an introduction to online reference management tools.

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Social Media in Medical Education

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"...Just have a chat about that social media thingy, you know, ‘facebook’n’stuff’ – nothing fancy, just the basics – after all it is a lunchtime session so don’t expect more than a handful of attendees…”...

 

Mike Cadagon gives an intro to a session he's running on social media at the Essentials if Emergency Medicine meeting in San Francisco.

Wish I was there!

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Social content curation – a shift from the traditional

Social content curation – a shift from the traditional | Managing information | Scoop.it

The notion of content curation is one that has traditionally been associated with libraries, archivies, galleries, or organisations working with objects or data in some way. For example, in the DCC...

This isn't a medical education example but Judy O'Connell gives a good overview of how teachers can curate information and publish it to support learning using tools like Scoop.it.

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TILT - you'll be amazed at what you don't know

TILT - Today I Learnt That - a free place to record and share clinical learning.

 

"TILT has been developed by Jon Brassey who's also invovled in the TRIP database.  It was developed based on observations on how people have used the reflective elements of TRIP CPD. When you look at an article via the CPD/CME link (under each article) it opens the article with a reflective toolbar at the top of the page. This prompts the user to answer three questions:
Why are you looking at this article?

What did you learn from this article?

How will you apply this in practice?

 

What TRIP observed was how powerful and useful the middle answer tended to be. This was typically a clinician giving their account of the learning they had undertaken from reading the article. It struck them how powerful this information would be if shared.

 

TILT allows a user to record any learning they have undertaken (not restricted to TRIP articles). It might be any article they've read, a conversation with a colleague - any clinical learning. This is then recorded as a learning log. But the real beauty is that this learning can be shared with other users. In other words, they can learn from your learning and vice versa."

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Social Bookmarking in Plain English, for the rest of us

A short explanation of the features and benefits of Social Bookmarking sites like Delicious.com.
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Social Media and Lifelong Learning | Medicine Today Webcast

Social Media and Lifelong Learning | Medicine Today Webcast | Managing information | Scoop.it

This lecture by Neil Mehta discusses the use of social media tools for lifelong learning by physicians and medical professionals.

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TILT - you'll be amazed at what you don't know

Following on from today's GP workshop here's a link to TILT - 'Today I Learnt That', the site that helps you record and share clinical learning.  You can record your learning here and then download to include in your portfolio.

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CasesBlog - Medical and Health Blog: A doctor admits: "I love to blog but I still don’t really know why"

CasesBlog - Medical and Health Blog: A doctor admits: "I love to blog but I still don’t really know why" | Managing information | Scoop.it

@DrVes responds to a post by @sandnsurf on why he loves to blog.

 

"I simply blog as a way to keep track of the new developments in medicine that are relevant to my practice and patients. The blog is a digital notebook and an archive accessible from any place and device with an internet connection."

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Social Media in Medical Education - The Conversation

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Talk 2: The conversation discussing the RISE (Read, Interpret, Share, Explore) of social media in the context of clinical medicine...

 

More good stuff from Mike Cadagon!

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The Potted Guide to RSS

The Potted Guide to RSS by Sarah Horrigan - a straightforward introduction to RSS. Music provided using the YouTube AudioSwap service.
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