What's Most Important? Emerging Technologies in Medical Libraries


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What's Most Important? Emerging Technologies in Medical Libraries

  1. 1. What’s Most Important? Emerging Technologies in Medical Libraries PF Anderson (and the MLA Systematic Review Project, Team 6: Emerging Technologies) March 18, 2014 Smartphones (HereToHelp): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Assorted_smartphones.jpg Smartwatch (Avia BavARia): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Rename_IMG_6013_(11860382343).jpg Google Glass (Azugaldia): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Google_Glass_detail.jpg 3d Printing (Zillayali): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Miniature_human_face_models_made_through_3D_Printing_(Rapid_Prototyping).jpg Robotics/Makers (Ville Miettinen): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:MIT%27s_robots.jpg Monday, March 17, 14
  2. 2. What is the #MLASR Project? "The fact that 140 MLA leaders and 108 researchers ... participated in this Delphi study suggests that the profession values the place of research in advancing their professional practices. The top-ranked questions ... will guide decision makers and researchers in defining which areas of systematic inquiry deserve the highest priority." Eldredge JD, Ascher MT, Holmes HN, Harris MR. The new Medical Library Association research agenda: final results from a three-phase Delphi study. J Med Libr Assoc. 2012 Jul;100(3):214-8. doi: 10.3163/1536-5050.100.3.012. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3411260/ Monday, March 17, 14
  3. 3. Team 6 PF Anderson Skye Bickett Pamela Herring Judith Kammerer Andrea Kepsel Tierney Lyons Scott McLachlan Ingrid Tonnison Christine Willis Lin Wu Monday, March 17, 14
  4. 4. What is Team #6 doing? “The explosion of information, expansion of technology (especially mobile technology), and complexity of the health care environment present medical librarians and medical libraries opportunities and challenges. To live up to the opportunities and challenges, what kinds of skill sets or information structure are medical librarians or medical libraries required to have or acquire so as to be strong partners or contributors of continuing effectiveness to the changing environment?” ie. Emerging Technologies relevant to medical librarians Image: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Envisioning_emerging_technology_for_2012_and_beyond.png Envisioning Emerging Technology for 2012 and beyond: http://envisioningtech.com/envisioning2012/ Monday, March 17, 14
  5. 5. ID Tech, Step 1 CORE-Ed (Australia/New Zealand) Education's Ten Trends 2014: http://www.core-ed.org/ thought-leadership/ten-trends Envisioning Technology: http://envisioning.io/ horizons/index.php Gartner Hype Cycle 2013: http:// www.gartner.com/newsroom/id/2575515 Guide to the Future of Medicine (Bertalan Mesko): http:// scienceroll.files.wordpress.com/2013/10/the- guide-to-the-future-of-medicine-white- paper.pdf Horizon Report: Higher Education Edition, 2014: http://www.nmc.org/publications/ 2014-horizon-report-higher-ed MIT Tech Review: 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013: http:// www.technologyreview.com/featuredstory/ 513981/introduction-to-the-10- breakthrough-technologies-of-2013/ Monday, March 17, 14
  6. 6. ID Tech, Step 2 Group brainstorming Mindmap Technologies Audiences Use cases Organization Monday, March 17, 14
  7. 7. ID Tech, Step 3: Focus Groups #MEDLIBS #HCLDR Monday, March 17, 14
  8. 8. ID Tech, Step 4: Survey What does “emerging technologies mean to you?” List as many “emerging technologies” as you can. etc. Monday, March 17, 14
  9. 9. What did we get? 3d printing 4G advocacy / activism / change altmetrics Alzheimer care environments apps artificial intelligence augmented reality automated cataloging automated circulation autopilot Baidu big data biofuels biohacking bioinformatics biological implant devices bioprinting Blackboard blended learning blogs Box braille smartphone capture / recording CiteULike citizen science cloud storage collaboration technologies/tools Colwiz Creative Commons crowdfunding crowdsourcing cuddle bots da Vinci surgery data analysis data citation data mining data repositories data sonification data visualization diagnosis support tools digital curation digital door locks digital storytelling digitization digitized self-tracking Dropbox e-books education electronic health records Endnote Facebook Facetime File sharing flexible batteries flipped classroom game-based learning games games for change games for health games for learning genetically modified meat geocaching / geolocating gesture-based computing Google Author Google Books Google Drive Google Glass Google Hangouts Google Plus health care social media hologram / 3D displays html5 hybrid phone/tablet devices IBM Watson implant sensors informatics information management tools information sharing tools instant messaging institutional repositories instruction delivery systems intellectual property management internet of everything internet of things iPads lab-on-a-chip learning lecture capture lifestreaming LinkedIn medical robotics medical treatment Mendeley microbiome mind controlled devices mobile mobile apps mobile computing mobile devices mobile health mobile learning mobile technology molecular-level enhanced nutrition MOOCs MyEd nanotechnology near field communication NFC (Near Field Communication) open open access open content open data open education open education open educational resources open learning open source open source content optical computing participatory medicine Pebble personal genomics personal health record personalized medicine Pinterest podcasts point-of-care tools Prezi programming languages QR codes quantified self quantum computing reference management software RefWorks robot teachers robotic surgery robotics RSS salivary diagnostics SciRef Scoop-it sensor equipped environments short throw projectors short throw projectors single-purpose apps Skype Slide Rocket Slideshare smart objects smart phone smart pills smart textiles smart watches smartphones social learning environments social media Social media emergency managment social reference management social robotics speech recognition stem cell treatment tablet computing texting / SMS translational medicine Twitter ubiquitous computing unmanned vehicles video virtual worlds visual data analysis wearable tech Wellcome Trust wifi Zotero Monday, March 17, 14
  10. 10. Doing the Work, Plus G+ Community Workspace: https://plus.google.com/ communities/115832551443909297773 Monday, March 17, 14
  11. 11. 4 Subgroups Libraries & Publishing Communication & Education Public Health, Risk, Disaster Human Body Monday, March 17, 14
  12. 12. Shrinking the Stack Broad cut Scope notes Inclusion criteria Exclusion criteria More focused cut CESI=62; PHRD=126; HB=28; LP= 28 Negotiating overlaps Final Cut Monday, March 17, 14
  13. 13. Interesting Overlaps Collaboration technologies & tools Digital curation Dropbox Games & gamification iPads Mobile Video Monday, March 17, 14
  14. 14. Next steps Search databases For use cases & examples To identify shape & maturity of the technology Analyze with bibliometrics Years present Recency Shape of slope Specific journal on topic Monday, March 17, 14
  15. 15. The Goal! Monday, March 17, 14
  16. 16. Contact PF Anderson @pfanderson pfa@umich.edu Monday, March 17, 14