Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-05-16

  • RT @amcunningham: An analysis of clinical reasoning through a recent and comprehensive approach: the dual-process theory http://is.gd/WrvHwI #
  • The use of tense in Lit review. http://bit.ly/ma0MBm. I also prefer the present tense to situate the conversation in a current context #
  • 13 Photographs That Changed the World. http://bit.ly/iK9LFP #
  • “Dropbox Lied to Users about Data Security, Complaint to FTC Alleges” » http://bit.ly/kfkEBD #
  • Let Them Surf http://ow.ly/1sX2Lt. Eliminate cheating by redefining what it means “to cheat” #
  • How I Talk About Searching, Discovery and Research in Courses http://ow.ly/1sX2Gx. Good tips for novice & experienced researchers #
  • $10 Million Tricorder X-Prize http://ow.ly/1sX2vG. A tricorder is a (currently) fictional mobile device for medical diagnosis #
  • @the_archive We’re pushing for systematic reviews in most postgrad work in our dept. May go some way to increase status? #
  • Why Social Media Tools Have a Place in the Classroom http://ow.ly/1sX2il #
  • @the_archive Just finished a systematic review & agree that they have value. Not about removing them, just being more rigorous #
  • The Problem with Literature Reviews http://bit.ly/lLaQh5. The context is in regard to looking to the past, as opposed to the future #
  • Guidelines on addressing negative comments in social media http://bit.ly/jCPR8u #
  • Managing your library with tags and filters http://bit.ly/jhuBoQ. Helped address many issues I had with my MSc research #
  • Doctor In Your Pocket, WebMD Comes to Android http://rww.to/kRPwry #
  • Interactive 3D Human Body Search Engine Debuts http://rww.to/laGspb. Interesting. Not sure if there’s enough detail for clinical education #
  • Yale Collections Now Free Online http://rww.to/k4Z9ln. More commons resources for academics and students #
  • Organise research on Mendeley with tags and other latent information http://bit.ly/iUzdpN #
  • RT @primarytrainee: Curriculum should be experienced not delivered #earlyyears #
  • Learning outcomes mean starting at the end and working backwards i.e. figure out where you want to be, then how you’re going to get there #