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2010 presentation to the NIH HUG Meeting. Content is based primarily on the Mobile Technology in Education and Libraries session at 2010 Ticer.

2010 presentation to the NIH HUG Meeting. Content is based primarily on the Mobile Technology in Education and Libraries session at 2010 Ticer.

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  • Top News will be displayed when you first log inCan filter search by Drugs, Conditions, or ProceduresTo select a subsection for News, click News->Change->Scroll down, for example Public Health and PreventionCaveat: References and links only go to Mobile Web version of Medscape, not to the PubMed Abstract
  • In contrast to NEJM, the Nature app does allow you to filter between Nature, Nature News, and PubMed articles (I am not sure what the difference is, because of all of the articles under PubMed are Nature publications (number in both groups is the same)

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  • 1. New Media and Mobile Technology
    2010 NIH Handheld Users Group Meeting
    September 15, 2010
    Douglas J. Joubert, NIH Library
    DIVISION OF LIBRARY SERVICESOFFICE OF RESEARCH SERVICESNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTHU.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
  • 2. Outline
    New Media Ecology
    Internet a game changer
    Social Networks In a 2.0 world
    Mobile and (me…& You)
    There’s an app(4)that
  • 3. Social Media and Mobile Use
    The Mobile Difference
    Older Adults & Social Media
    Future of Social Relations
    Millennials: Generation Next
    Social Media & Young Adults
    Images, 2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 4. New Information Ecology
    Information as it was
    Information as it is
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 5. MediaRoute to homeDisplay
    TV shows Phone TV
    Broadcast TV Radio
    Broadcast radio Stereo
    News Mail
    Advertising Newspaper Phone
    Music Non-electronic
    Adapted from: Tom Wolzien, Sanford C. Bernstein & Co
    Traditional Media Ecology
  • 6. New Media Ecology
  • 7. Internet is the Change AgentThe Numbers
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 8. Internet is the Change AgentThe Technology
    2000
    2010
    Fast, mobile connections built around
    Outside Servers
    and Storage
    Slow, stationary connections
    built around
    My Computer
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 9. New Media is…Changing the experience
    Customization gets better as we create a “daily me” and a “daily us” – iGoogle
    31% of US online adults rate a person, product, or service
    Information proliferates as tagging, rating, and commenting increase
    The internet has not replaced traditional media but it has fundamentally changed the way we consume and interact with information
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 10. New Media is… Changing the way we consume information
    Efficient grazers
    Hunters and gatherers: 71% go online specifically to get news/information
    Information is found serendipitously: 80% of new information is found while they are online doing other things
    Information receivers: 44% of information is forwarded through email/alerts/SNSs
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 11. New Media is… Participatory
    42% of respondents say that being able to share information with others is something they look for in a news site
    65% look for news sites with links to related material
    35% of users value being able to comment on stories
    Social networks are still there; however, they are changing
    2010 Pew Internet & American Life Project
  • 12. Changing Technologies
    “The proliferation, popularity, and penetration of social media”
    Expansion of Social Connectivity
    Changing Social Structures
    (Networked Individualism)
    “The transformation of interpersonal social structures”
    Changing Norms
    “Boundaries between online and offline becoming blurred”
    2010 Wang & Wellman
  • 13. Networked Individualism
    “Each person is a switchboard, between ties and networks.”
    Sparsely knit
    Fragmented
    Specialized
    Permeable
    “Technology is helping individuals to personalize their own community.”
    2010 Wang & Wellman
  • 14. Connecting the dots to…
    MOBILE
  • 15. Digital Technology Needs
    Maslow's Hierarchy
    Self-actualization
    (Understanding the technology)
    Self-actualization
    (Personal growth, fulfillment)
    Esteem
    (Achievement, status)
    Esteem
    (Number of friends, phone)
    Relationships
    (Facebook)
    Relationships
    (People, social interactions)
    Communication Comfort
    (access to services)
    Safety
    (Protection, security)
    Connectivity
    (Power, wireless)
    Basic Life Needs
    (Shelter, food & water)
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
  • 16. Digital Students Tech Needs
    “Upon entering a learning environment, the augmented user looks to solve a scale of ascending needs in order to be more engaged with their environment”
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
  • 17. Implementing Mobile “I got skills”
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
  • 18. “I got skills” Simple
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
  • 19. “I got skills” Significant
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
  • 20. “I got skills” Very Significant
    *PlinkArt has been acquired by Google
    Adam Blackwood – Do more with mobile technology… Jul 29, 2010
    Tito Sierra – Opportunities for Mobile Enhanced Library Services… Jul 29, 2010
  • 21. Adapted from original image, Copyright American Movie Classics Company LLC
  • 22. I Mobile
    I’m a…?
    I’m a social
  • 23. I Mobile: EpocratesRX
    • Information on drug interactions
    • 24. Dosing
    • 25. Diseases
    • 26. ICD9 Codes
    • 27. CPT, Codes*
    • 28. Medical dictionary, and calculators
    *Current Procedural Terminology
  • 29. I Mobile: EpocratesRX
  • 30. I Mobile: EpocratesRX
  • 31. I Mobile: Medscape
    • Information on drugs (OTC & Herbals)
    • 32. Drug interactions
    • 33. Diseases
    • 34. Clinical procedures
    • 35. Health directory
    • 36. MedscapeCME
  • I Mobile: Medscape
  • 37. I Mobile: NEJM
    Articles published online in the last 7 days
    Medical images
    Weekly audio summaries
    Selected clinical videos
  • 38. I Mobile: NEJM
  • 39. I Mobile: Scopus
    Search across thousands of scholarly journals
    Save articles
    Set up and review email alerts
    Annotate articles with your own notes
    Share article links through email or twitter
  • 40. I Mobile: Scopus
  • 41. I Mobile: Scopus
  • 42. I Mobile: Science Direct
    • Search over 2,500 peer-reviewed journals and more than 11,000 books
    • 43. More journal “detail” than Scopus: outline, full-text, and figures
    • 44. Search alerts and ability to save articles
  • I Mobile: Science Direct
  • 45. Mobile Computing from the Horizon Report
    “In the developed world, mobile computing has become an indispensable part of day-to-day life in the workforce, and a key driver is the increasing ease and speed with which it is possible to access the internet from virtually anywhere.”
    The 2010 Horizon Report, Johnson, L., Levine, A., Smith, R., & Stone, S
  • 46. Contact Me@
    Douglas J. Joubert, MS, MLISNational Institutes of Health LibraryPhone: 301-594-6282E-mail: joubertd@mail.nih.govLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/douglasjoubertTwitter: http://twitter.com/doujouDC
    DIVISION OF LIBRARY SERVICESOFFICE OF RESEARCH SERVICESNATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTHU.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
  • 47. References & Resources(1)
    Blackwood, A. (2010). Do more,…more effectively with mobile technology: Uses and Strategies. Paper presented at the Digital Libraries à la Carte 2010, Tilburg University. http://www.slideshare.net/AdamRSC/ticer-2010-adam-blackwood
    Cuddy, C., & Wrynn, P. (2007). Licensing content for PDAs. Journal of Electronic Resources in Medical Libraries, 4(1), 175-184.
    Ducut, E., & Fontelo, P. (2008). Mobile devices in health education: current use and practice. Journal of computing in Higher Education, 20(2), 59-68.
  • 48. References & Resources (2)
    Fjeldsoe, B. S., Marshall, A. L., & Miller, Y. D. (2009). Behavior change interventions delivered by mobile telephone short-message service. Am J Prev Med, 36(2), 165-173.
    Fjeldsoe, B. S., Marshall, A. L., & Miller, Y. D. (2009). Behavior change interventions delivered by mobile telephone short-message service. Am J Prev Med, 36(2), 165-173.
    Hampton, K., Sessions, L., Ja Her, E., & Rainie, L. (2010). Social Isolation and New Technology: Pew Internet & American Life Project.
  • 49. References & Resources (3)
    Hua Wang, & Wellman, B. (2010). Social Connectivity in America: Changes in Adult Friendship Network Size From 2002 to 2007. American Behavioral Scientist, 53(8), 1148-1169.
    Johansson, P. E., Petersson, G. I., & Nilsson, G. C. (2010). Personal digital assistant with a barcode reader--a medical decision support system for nurses in home care. Int J Med Inform, 79(4), 232-242.
    Johnson, L., Levine, A., Smith, R. S., & Stone, S. (2009). The 2010 Horizon Report: New Media Consortium; EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative.
  • 50. References & Resources (4)
    Kim, B., & Ball, M. (2010). Mobile Access to Licensed Databases in Medicine & Other Subject Areas. Paper presented at the Handheld Librarian Conference 2.
    Koufogiannakis, D., Ryan, P., & Dahl, S. (2005). Just Another Format: Integrating Resources for Users of Personal Digital Assistants. Acquisitions Librarian, 17(33/34).
    Lenhart, A., Ling, R., Campbell, S., & Purcell, K. (2010). Teens and Mobile Phones: Pew Internet & American Life Project.
  • 51. References & Resources (5)
    Lenhart, A., Purcell, K., Smith, A., & Zickuhr, K. (2010). Social Media & Mobile Internet Use Among Teens and Young Adults: Pew Internet & American Life Project.
    Macedonia, M. (2007). Generation 3D: Living in Virtual Worlds. Computer, 40(10), 99-101.
    Madden, M. (2010). Older Adults and Social Media: Pew Internet & American Life Project.
  • 52. References & Resources(6)
    Mumenthaler, R. (2010). Library Marketing 2.0: Experiences of the ETH-Bibliothek with Social Media. Paper presented at the IFLA Library and Research Services for Parliaments Section Preconference, Stockholm, Sweden.
    Phua, J., & Lim, T. K. (2008). How residents and interns utilise and perceive the personal digital assistant and UpToDate. BMC Med Educ, 8, 39.
    Purcell, K. (2010). Leveraging Today’s Mobile and Participatory Information Ecosystem. Paper presented at the Digital Libraries à la Carte 2010, Tilburg University.
  • 53. References & Resources (7)
    Sierra, T. (2010). Opportunities for Mobile Enhanced Library Services and Collections. Paper presented at the Digital Libraries à la Carte 2010, Tilburg University.
    Stroud, S. D., Smith, C. A., & Erkel, E. A. (2009). Personal digital assistant use by nurse practitioners: a descriptive study. J Am Acad Nurse Pract, 21(1), 31-38.
    Vollmer, T. (2010). Libraries and Mobile Technology: An Introduction to Public Policy Considerations (Office of Information Technology Policy, Trans.): American Library Association.
  • 54. References & Resources(8)
    Vollmer, T., Siy, S., & Hanson, C. (2010). Libraries, Mobile, Policy: A Report Back and Response. Paper presented at the American Library Association 2010 Annual Conference, Washington, DC.
    Wellman, B., Quan-Haase, A., Boase, J., Chen, W., Hampton, K., Isla de Diaz, I., et al. (2002). Globalization, and Networked Individualism. In M. Tanabe, P. v. d. Besselaar & T. Ishida (Eds.), Digital cities II : computational and sociological approaches : second Kyoto Workshop on Digital Cities, Kyoto, Japan, October 18-20, 2001 : revised papers (pp. xi, 397 p.). Berlin ; New York: Springer.
  • 55. References & Resources(9)
    Wellman, B., Quan-Haase, A., Boase, J., Chen, W., Hampton, K., Isla de Diaz, I., et al. (2003). The Social Affordances of the Internet for Networked Individualism. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 8(3).
    Walsh, A. (2010). Blurring the boundaries between our physical and electronic libraries. Paper presented at the Handheld Librarian Conference 2.