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  • Paton, C. New Media Medicine: A Social Network for Doctors and Medical Students
    • This slideshow, presented at Medicine 2.0’08 , Sept 4/5 th , 2008, in Toronto, was uploaded on behalf of the presenter by the Medicine 2.0 team
    • Do not miss the next Medicine 2.0 congress on 17/18th Sept 2009 ( www.medicine20congress.com )
    • Order Audio Recordings (mp3) of Medicine 2.0’08 presentations at http://www.medicine20congress.com/mp3.php
  • Social Networking for Medics Dr Chris Paton BMBS BMedSci Research Fellow: University of Auckland PhD Candidate: University of Otago Director: New Media Medicine Ltd.
  • Building an Online Community
    • My Online Communities:
      • New Media Medicine: 45,000 members, 70,000 visitors per month, 1 million page views per month
      • Health Informatics Forum: 700 members
      • University of Otago Web 2.0 Summer School: 36 members
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • New Media Medicine.com
  • Health Informatics Forum.com
  • Health Informatics Forum.com
  • Comp 113 Summer School
  • Comp 113 Summer School
  • Open Vs Closed
    • Open communities:
      • Leverage the power of the network
      • Need more monitoring and moderation
    • Closed communities:
      • Difficult to grow
      • Less need for monitoring and moderation
  • Choose the Technology
    • Run off your own server:
      • Vbulletin, phpBB, Invision Power Board
    • Hosted communities:
      • Ning, Wikispaces, Google Groups
  • Running your own server
    • Expensive
    • Need to have dedicated server management team (24/7/365)
    • May need more than one server
    • More customisable
  • Hosted service
    • Ning, Wikispaces, Google Groups
    • Lots of different types of service
    • Ning seems to be best for building communities
    • No need for server management (or any knowledge of servers at all!)
    • Not so customisable
    • Ownership?
  • Managing a community
    • Online communities are composed of real people!
    • Need to foster a sense of community spirit with rules for what is an isn’t acceptable
    • Keep to the forum rules (no exceptions)
    • Recruit moderators from within the community
    • Moderators should be calm, rational people!
  • Example Problems
    • Users arguing with each other
    • Moderators disagreeing about a course of action
    • Copyrighted material posted
    • Libellous material posted
    • Key is consistency and hard work
  • Growth / Promotion
    • Open communities grow faster
    • Search engines need to be able to index
    • Advertising helps kick-start things
    • Welcome new members
    • Recruit moderators early
  • Potential for Online Communities
    • Answer questions from other users
    • Contribute to MCQ bank
    • Contribute Videos or other learning objects
    • Rate, tag and comment on learning objects
  • Trends
    • Hosted Services
    • Mash-ups
    • Integration (e.g log-in)
  • More Information
    • Email: c.paton@auckland.ac.nz
    • http://chrispaton.org
    • http://www.auckland.ac.nz/nihi/
    • http://www.hein.otago.ac.nz
    • http://www.newmediamedicine.com
    • http://www.healthinformaticsforum.com