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This is the presentation by Karen Jacobs and Anita Hamilton at the AOTA conference at Orlando, FL, May 1, 2010.

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  1. 1. (Kamel Boulos & Wheeler, 2007; Potts, 2006)
  2. 2. Phase
 Feature
 Web
1.0
 One‐way
web
 Web
2.0
 Interactive
web
 Web
3.0
 Immersive
web

  3. 3. Knowledge retrieval, storage, generation & transfer Evidence-Based Communities Client Resources and Information of Practice opinion & ideas information
  4. 4. Get
ready
to
board
the
train!

  5. 5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microblogging
  6. 6.   Can
be
used
by
one
or
more
people
in
real
time
or
 asynchronously.

   Groups
can
work
on
a
document,
spreadsheet
or
presentation,
 overcoming
the
need
to
keep
track
of
different
versions.
   Appealing
to
healthcare
workers,
as
they
can
be
used
to
 organize
meetings,
take
notes
or
create
joint
documents
   Each
document
is
web
based,
and
has
its
unique
URL
   Where
to
start:
   Google
Documents
   Zoho
Writer

  7. 7. Text Text
  8. 8.   A
message
board
or
online
discussion
site,

equivalent
to
former
 “bulletin
boards”
   Replaced
List‐Servers
via
email

   Manage
user‐generated
discussions
   Usually
moderated
by
a
group/team
   Social
bonds
and
interest
groups
for
a
topic
may
form
from
the
 discussions
   Where
to
start:
   phpBB
(Kawa
forum
and
“Occupational
Therapy
Forum”
use
 this
program)
   UltraBB

  9. 9.   Online
citation
managers
combine
social
networking
 with
citation
management
and
give
greater
access
to
 knowledge
through
collection
of
like
minded
folk
   Where
to
start
   CiteULike

   bibsonomy

   connotea

   2collab,

   Mendeley


  10. 10.   Freely
accessible
Web
search
engine
that
indexes
the
 full
text
of
scholarly
literature
across
an
array
of
 publishing
formats
and
disciplines.
   Where
to
start
   Pubmed
   BMJ
   Google
Scholar

  11. 11.   Cost‐effective
way
for
delivering
surveys,
collecting
 results,
and
then
analyzing
the
results
all
through
one
 central
system.

   Fantastic
tool
to
collect
opinions
and
information
to
 enhance
practice
   Where
to
start
   Survey
Monkey
   Zoomerang

  12. 12.   Your
own
homepage/start‐page
that
uses
RSS
feeds
 to
obtain
information
(e.g.
news,
weather,
stock
 market
info
etc…)
using
widgets
and
gadgets
   Widget:
a
piece
of
reusable
code
that
you
can
plug
into
 virtually
any
website.

   Gadget:
like
a
widget,
but
it
is
proprietary
&
only
works
 on
a
certain
website
or
a
specific
set
of
websites
 (About.com)
   Where
to
start
   iGoogle
   MyYahoo

  13. 13.   A
series
of
audio
or
video
digital‐media
files
that
are
 distributed
over
the
Internet
by
syndicated
download
 (RSS),
through
Web
feeds,
to
portable
media
players
 and
personal
computers
   Where
to
start
   CNET
Podcast
Central
   PodcastDirectory.com
   YouTube
   Talkshoe

  14. 14.   RSS
stands
for
Really
Simple
Syndication,
Rich
Site
Summary
or
 RDF
Site
Summary
(McLean
et
al.
2007).

   You
can
subscribe
to
alerts
from
Internet
news
services,
blogs
or
 podcast
updates,
journal
table
of
contents
or
Pubmed
searches
   You
no
longer
have
to
visit
your
favourite
websites
or
blogs
for
 updates;
rather
you
are
informed
of
updates.

   It
is
simple
to
subscribe
to
any
site
that
has
the
RSS
symbol
   To
start
receiving
RSS
feeds,
you
will
need
to
set
up
a
reader
or
 an
aggregator
to
receive
subscribed
updates.

   Where
to
start:
   Google
Reader
   Bloglines

  15. 15.   Provides
the
ability
to
save
your
web
browser's
 bookmarks
on
a
website

   Allows
you
to
take
your
bookmarks
with
you.
   This
type
of
bookmarking
system
is
usually
public

but
 can
also
be
saved
privately
or
shared
with
specified
 people
or
groups
   Where
to
start
   Delicious
   Diigo

  16. 16.   Support
maintenance
of
existing
social
networks,
or
connect
 people
with
shared
interests
   Sites
vary
in
the
types
of
applications
and
communication
tools
 they
offer,
such
as
mobile
connectivity,
blogging
and
photo‐
or
 videosharing
(Kamel‐Boulos
et
al.
2007)
   They
make
a
user’s
network
visible
to
others,
opening
up
the
 possibility
of
new
connections
and
new
networks
   There
are
over
40
major
social
network
sites
on
the
Internet
 today,
with
the
two
most
popular
in
the
English‐speaking
world
 being
Facebook
and
MySpace
(Junco
&
Cole‐Avent
2008)
   A
different
type
of
social
networking
site
is
Ning,
where
users
set
 up
their
own
social
networks
based
on
special
interests

  17. 17.   Multiuser
virtual
worlds
are
computer‐based,
simulated
 multimedia
environments
that
are
designed
to
enable
users
to
 interact
with
each
other
using
digital
objects.
   Each
user
has
a
customizable
graphical
self‐representation
 known
as
an
avatar,
which
has
its
own
name
and
can
be
adapted
 to
have
unique
features
(Kamel‐Boulos
et
al.
2007).

   Currently
the
most
popular
virtual
world
is
Second
Life,
with
8.9
 million
residents
in
2008
(Seeman
2008).

   Where
to
start
   Second
Life
   Croquet
project

  18. 18.   VoIP
services
convert
voice
into
a
digital
signal
that
 travels
over
the
Internet
to
a
computer
or
a
phone
or
 another
computer
   Some
programs
can
be
added
so
that
you
can
record
 online
calls
(e.g.
Ecamm
Network)
   Skype
   iChat
   Google
talk
   Wimba

  19. 19. (Bray & Boufford, 2006; Samarawickrema, 2007)
  20. 20. AOTA
Living
Life
to
its
Fullest
Podcasts:
http://www.aota.org/Consumers/Podcasts.aspx

 Cathy’s
EC
Café:
http://www.eccafe.org/

 CiteULike:
http://www.citeulike.org/
 Delicious:
http://delicious.com/

 Diigo:
http://www.diigo.com/index

 Facebook:
http://www.facebook.com/

 Google
Docs:
http://docs.google.com

 Google
Reader:
http://reader.google.com

 Healthskills
Weblog:
http://healthskills.wordpress.com/

 iGoogle:
http://www.google.com/ig




 Linkedin:
http://www.linkedin.com/


  21. 21. Mediawiki:
http://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/MediaWiki

 Occupational
Therapy
Forum:
http://www.occupationaltherapyforum.com/
 PBWorks:
http://pbworks.com/

 Podcast
directory:
http://www.podcastdirectory.com/

 Pubmed
Central:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/
 Second
Life:
http://secondlife.com/?v=1.1

 Skype:
http://www.skype.com/

 Survey
Monkey:
http://www.surveymonkey.com/
 Twitter:
http://healthskills.wordpress.com/

 Wikipedia:
http://en.wikipedia.org


 YouTube:
http://www.youtube.com/

 Zoomerang:
http://www.zoomerang.com/


Editor's Notes

  • “ A growing number of health professionals maintain a professional blog. Many report that through their blogs they are discovering other people with similar interests, and have formed international online communities of practice (Kamel Boulos & Wheeler 2007). This trend has also occurred among blogs created by people living with an illness or disability, where people share stories and offer support to others experiencing a similar life event. Blogs offer us an opportunity to gain insight into others’ experiences and to ask questions” (Hamilton & Penman, in press) Karen Jacobs & Anita Hamilton AOTA Conference Tech Day
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