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  • General Description of asynchronous communication.
    Asynchronous is where the participants in a communication are not present at the same time (Laurillard 1993 page 266). The specific meaning here is the use of e-mail or bulleting board communication.
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  • postgrad comms 06.ppt

    1. 1. 1 University of York Department of Health Sciences Computers & CommunicationComputers & Communication ByBy Ian ColeIan Cole Lecturer in C&ITLecturer in C&IT Last updated 6/4/04
    2. 2. 2 Before we start……. Please turn off your mobile phone
    3. 3. 3 Session Plan  Communication skills you need for online discussion.  Locating Journal articles.  Group-work and communication skills.  Problem solving skills.  Self-directed workbook (after exercises)
    4. 4. 4 Asynchronous DiscussionAsynchronous Discussion GroupsGroups  Asynchronous discussion groups are like e-mail conferences where messages are posted and then the sender waits for a reply.  There are three main types  Newsgroup.Newsgroup.  E-Mail group.E-Mail group.  Discussion Board.Discussion Board.
    5. 5. 5 Newsgroups  Newsgroups are different to the mailing lists.  Over 100,000 Newsgroups with ??? million users  The messages sent to Newsgroups arrive at the newsgroup server.  You subscribe and log on when you want to read/send massages.  No messages arrive in your e-mail inbox from a newsgroup.  Newsgroups can be accessed via your e-mail client but usually needs setting up. For do’s and don'ts of Newsgroups – CLICK HERE  http://groups.google.com/ 
    6. 6. 6 Pros & Cons of Newsgroups  The pros -  easy to access.  every subject is covered.  The cons -  anyone can see & post to a group.  poor quality of information.  users post as though they are subject experts.  need to learn a new application - the Newsgroup Reader.  you must go to the information.
    7. 7. 7 Mail Groups  Electronic Mailing Lists.  A Mailing list is a topic based e-mail group where once you have subscribed to the mailing list you will receive all of the messages that are sent to the group via your e-mail box.  Some are moderated (some NOT!!)
    8. 8. 8 Mail Groups  Here is the JISCMAIL list of some of the discussion forums for Health and Nursing.  www.jiscmail.ac.uk.  health-for-all  health-promotion  health-sector-development  health-informatics-foresight  Nurse-UK  Nurse-Prescribing  Nurse-Decision  www.mailbase.ac.uk (Archived since 2000)
    9. 9. 9 Electronic MailElectronic Mail  To communicate with each other & tutors.  If using the Uni e- mail address:  Make sure to include your name  Say hi & goodbye
    10. 10. 10  The Bulletin Board System was a dial-in access to discussion groups (1980s)  Now usually called a Discussion Board.  Now considered same as Newsgroups but local. Health Sciences Bulletin Board Discussion or Bulletin Board
    11. 11. 11 Discussion Board.  An electronic message area.  You have to login to see messages.  Most bulletin/discussion boards serve specific interest groups.  Review messages left by others, and leave your own message.
    12. 12. 12 Synchronous Communication  To find out more about chat rooms read Ian’s quick guide to: Synchronous communication Synchronous Communication, Chat rooms & Instant Messaging A quick guide by Ian Cole Copyright © 2005 by ian Cole Click Image to open Guide
    13. 13. 13 Finding Journal Articles  Split into groups of 3  Each member of the group will need to locate a journal article (3+1 = 4 in total).  Don’t use a search engine (no Googling).  Use UoY Databases and e-journal web sites.  Use Metalib – (You will need Athens).  You will find some results in CINAHL & BNI
    14. 14. 14 Thinks to remember  You as a group decide how to manage the task.  Think about the information you have – do you really need to use a database to fine each journal.  I’m here to confirm you got it right.  Think which databases will be best to use.  Think about the Journal title (if it is known).  Open each article online (if you can).  Complete each reference for each article.
    15. 15. 15 Article 1 Thompson, C. Foster, A. Cole, I. Using social judgement theory to model nurses' use of clinical information in critical care education. Nurse Education Today. Missing Year, Volume/Issue, Page Numbers
    16. 16. 16 Article 2 Cole, I. Kelsey, A. Computer and information literacy in post-qualifying education. Missing Journal title, Year, Volume/Issue, Page Numbers
    17. 17. 17 Article 3 Clark A, Lewis D, Cole I, Ringrose L (2006) A strategic approach to developing e-learning capability for healthcare. Health Information and Libraries Journal, Volume 22, page 33. There is a mistake in the information given.
    18. 18. 18 Article 4 Cole, I. J. (October, 2004). Computer Literacy and Skills System (CLaSS) A Software Development Project into Computer and Information Literacy for Nursing Students, Missing Journal title, Year, Volume/Issue, Web address.
    19. 19. 19  Hands up when the group has finished – I’ll come and check.  When you have completed the exercise, you can start completing the Web Resource Workbook.
    20. 20. 20 Thompson, C. Foster, A. Cole, I. Using social judgement theory to model nurses' use of clinical information in critical care education. Nurse Education Today. 2005. Jan. 25(1). p68-77 CINAHL & British Nursing Index Cole, I. Kelsey, A. Computer and information literacy in post-qualifying education. Nurse Education in Practice. 2004. Sep. 4(3). p190-9. CINAHL & British Nursing Index Clark A, Lewis D, Cole I, Ringrose L (2005) A strategic approach to developing e-learning capability for healthcare. Health Information and Libraries Journal. Volume 22, page 33. Journal Homepage http://www.blackwell-synergy.com/loi/hir Cole, I. J. (October, 2004). Computer Literacy and Skills System (CLaSS) A Software Development Project into Computer and Information Literacy for Nursing Students, (Online Journal of Nursing Informatics). Vol. 8, No. 3 [Online]. Available at http://eaa-knowledge.com/ojni/ni/8_3/cole.htm CINAHL
    21. 21. 21 Yellow Web Resource workbook  Internet Navigation  Searching the Internet  Electronic Journals  Electronic Databases  Google & Dogpile  Amendments  Page 4 - The nmap site has changed to intute.  Under ‘Exploring IHR’ No:2 add Health Sciences after Departments  Page 6 under ‘Electronic Database’ Replace CHIS database with TOXLINE
    22. 22. 22 The Workbooks  Green Intro to computing & E-mail  Logging on  Using E-mail  Student Intranet  Athens Account  Changing University Password

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