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A Case for Using Social Media with Learning | MindShift

A Case for Using Social Media with Learning | MindShift | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

We are witnessing the emergence of something profound: Humans, historically divided by geography, culture and creed, are beginning to connect and collaborate on a scale never seen before.

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Medicine and Social Media: Your Personal Social ROI - Howard Luks, MD

Medicine and Social Media: Your Personal Social ROI - Howard Luks, MD | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Face it … new media in a not a passing fad. Medicine, as with social media is in a constant state of flux. Physicians are told by “professionals” that a presence on the stage of medicine and social media is a must. Significant controversy exists in many circles regarding the presence or absence of an ROI for healthcare providers in social media...

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Fight the MOOCopalypse!

Fight the MOOCopalypse! | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

"If we were to increase our involvement with MOOCs, we should only do it to support the development of technology (#1), not in fear (or worse, support of) the MOOCopalypse (#2).  I completely agree with others in this thread (and wrote a blog piece recently saying similar things): We teach way better than any MOOC can.  If we do teach more with MOOCs, we should be the harshest critics of MOOCs..."

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‘Part of the team’: professional identity and social exclusivity in medical students - Weaver - 2011 - Medical Education - Wiley Online Library

‘Part of the team’: professional identity and social exclusivity in medical students - Weaver - 2011 - Medical Education - Wiley Online Library | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Not related to IT or social media (not directly at least), but this article is very interesting... It explores the
elements that contribute to medical students’
sense of professional identity and investigates
the concept of social exclusivity and how this
might relate to students’ development of their
identity as medical professionals.

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Social Medicine and Medical Education - Why It's Here to Stay.

Social Medicine and Medical Education - Why It's Here to Stay. | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it
The use of social media has exploded over the last few years, and the value of this new platform in medical education was discussed at a workshop during the AMEE 2012 conference.
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On being public : How social media reshapes professional identity.

On being public : How social media reshapes professional identity. | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Anne Marie's presentation at ALT-C (conference of the Association for Learning Technology).

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Combining online learning and the Socratic method to reinvent medical school courses

Combining online learning and the Socratic method to reinvent medical school courses | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

extension of flipped classroom to notion of shared courses between universities... #meded


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Challenges in doing Social Media Workshops for Medical Educators

I like this post, simple and yet tought provoking. Organising a Social Media workshop is not an easy task, giving participants what they expect is a challenge... I had direct experience last year at AMEE. I think the concept of "watch and think" and "feel and do" is what facilitators should not forget. Talking and reflecting on personal experiences is fine, but it shouldn't take more than the 10% of the whole workshop... However, showcase and reflect on what has been produced during the workshop is essential!

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I like this post, simple and yet tought provoking. Organising a Social Media workshop is not an easy task, giving participants what they expect is a challenge... I had direct experience last year at AMEE. I think the concept of "watch and think" and "feel and do" is what facilitators should not forget. Talking and reflecting on personal experiences is fine, but it shouldn't take more than the 10% of the whole workshop... However, showcase and reflect on what has been produced during the workshop is essential!

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 Academic Life in Emergency Medicine: Bloom's Digital Taxonomy

 Academic Life in Emergency Medicine: Bloom's Digital Taxonomy | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy deals with how we can integrate the revised Bloom’s taxonomy with technology. It focuses on the quality of the process and product. The advantage is that the user is in control. This can also be thought of as the process of the student creating a Personal Learning Environment (PLE).

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Ten guidelines for tweeting at conferences

Check the conference social media guidelines first.

Use the right #hashtag when you tweet.

Remember that people are listening.

Be careful tweeting new findings.

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The responsible use of online social networking - PubMed Mobile

Who should mentor medical students as they become more active in online social networking? Who has the knowledge and experience to do so? 


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Trends in interactive design 2013

Prophets Agency presents "ID13": the trends in Interactive Design for 2013. Third year in a row, after the ID11 and ID12 trends. Written and designed by our Des
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Peter Sampson's curator insight, April 2, 2013 11:26 PM

Huge insights into design trends here

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Peeragogy - a recent example in Medical Education

Peeragogy - a recent example in Medical Education | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it
While doing some rather solitary reading and scribbles for my DEd earlier, my attention was caught by this particular tweet: I had a quick look at @twitfrg profile and the blog post explaining how ...
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Using Social Media (and the DOC) to Gain Clinical Insight

Using Social Media (and the DOC) to Gain Clinical Insight | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Social media can be complex and cumbersome. However, if used effectively, healthcare providers can become more educated, and perhaps more compassionate clinicians. There are two ways in which I have been able to use Medicine 2.0 applications to gain clinical insight: tracking research and information generated by other health care professionals, and reading about the healthcare experience from the patient perspective.

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Physician use of Twitter: Examining the data

Physician use of Twitter: Examining the data | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it
Physicians' use of Twitter and other social media has been exploding over the last couple of years.
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6 Best Practices for Universities Embracing Social Media

6 Best Practices for Universities Embracing Social Media | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it
For universities, deciding to use social media is a no-brainer. It's a great way to market the university to prospective students, make it livelier for current students and keep alumni in the loop. Here are some tips on doing it right.
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Twitter improves student learning | KurzweilAI

Twitter improves student learning | KurzweilAI | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Twitter has become a new literary format that is improving student learning, according to Christine Greenhow, assistant professor of education at Michigan...

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Critical Review of Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age

In his 2005 article Connectivism: A Learning Theory for the Digital Age, Siemens outlined a new way of thinking about learning based on the recent advances in information technology. He argues that this new theory, connectivism, supersedes previous learning theories, including behaviourism, cognitivism, and contructivism. In this post, I am seeking to further my understanding of this new theory, examine its limitations, and consider its relevance to both classroom teaching as well as knowledge management practices within organizations.

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Social Network Analytics in Education and Research: Lies, Damned Li...

Thursday 23rd February 2012 JISC CETIS Conference 2012Social Network AnalyticsAmber ThomasJISC Programme Managerhttp://www.s...

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Social Media Professionalism for the Academic Emergency Physician

Excellent prezi on Social Media professionalism for Physicians - via @precordialthump #FOAMed

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The New Way Doctors Learn | TIME Ideas | TIME.com

The New Way Doctors Learn | TIME Ideas | TIME.com | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Turning a medical student into a doctor takes a whole lot of knowledge. 

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100 Ways To Use Twitter In Education, By Degree Of Difficulty | Edudemic

100 Ways To Use Twitter In Education, By Degree Of Difficulty | Edudemic | Social Media and learning in medical education and healthcare, theory and practice | Scoop.it

Twitter may have started off as a fun social media site for keeping up with friends and sharing updates about daily life, but it’s become much more than that for many users over the past few years as the site has evolved and grown.

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Social media in medical education

Social Media in Medical Education prezi by Jonathan Tomlinson. 


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BMA | Using social media: practical and ethical guidance for doctors and medical students

While many medical professionals use social media without encountering any difficulties, media interest and research into examples of unprofessional behaviour online have raised concerns that some doctors and medical students may be unknowingly exposing themselves to risk in the way they are using these ‘web 2.0’ applications and uploading personal material onto the internet.

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Dr LJ's curator insight, December 28, 2012 10:12 AM

The BMA's guidelines for medical students and doctors. This remains an evolving area so another set of guidelines is not necessarily a bad thing. Our use of Web 2.0 is likely to change over the next few years with healthcare and educational organisations getting on board. In the meantime, it's wise to learn from other people's mistakes and not repeat them!

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Utilization of social media to enhance continuing medical education

These slides were originally presented in November of 2012 at the first Q1 CME Grants Forum in Cambridge, Mass.
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Gilbert C FAURE's comment, July 4, 2013 5:58 AM
not every slide is readable?
Marie Ennis-O'Connor's comment, July 4, 2013 6:34 AM
Check the original on slideshare or you could contact @briansmcgowan directly and see if he can help