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mHealth 2.0: Experiences, Possibilities, and Perspectives

Stefan Becker, Talya Miron-Shatz, Nikolaus Schumacher, Johann Krocza, Clarissa Diamantidis, Urs-Vito Albrecht
2014 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
With respect to development, more emphasis must be placed on context analysis to identify what generic functions of mobile information technology best meet the needs of stakeholders involved.  ...  Hence, interdisciplinary alliances and collaborative strategies are vital to achieve sustainable growth for "mHealth 2.0," the next generation mobile technology to support patient care.  ...  Acknowledgments The analysis was financed solely based on institutional funds of the Hannover Medical School. We acknowledge support by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for the publication costs.  ... 
doi:10.2196/mhealth.3328 pmid:25099752 pmcid:PMC4114478 fatcat:2xid7iy2afbkncddfn34hhgfem

Web 2.0 and Pharmacy Education

Jeff Cain, Brent I. Fox
2009 American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education  
This paper provides an overview of prominent Web 2.0 applications, explains how they are being used within education environments, and elaborates on some of the potential opportunities and challenges that  ...  Although Web 2.0 applications offer exciting new ways to teach, they should not be the core of instructional planning, but rather selected only after learning objectives and instructional strategies have  ...  The provision of healthcare via Web 2.0 technologies (termed Medicine 2.0) 52 is an emerging industry and one in which pharmacists may play an important role. 53 Patients are creating personal health  ... 
doi:10.5688/aj7307120 pmid:19960079 pmcid:PMC2779632 fatcat:phj3kurm7zgapge66iyg574yaa

Theorizing Web 2.0 Phenomena in Tourism: A Sociological Signpost

Roman Egger
2010 Information Technology & Tourism  
The term Web 2.0 is currently on everyone's lips; even the tourism industry is awash with decision makers who are frantically searching for standardized, practicable guidelines on how not to sleep through  ...  The overview in the form of a table at the end of the contribution describes selected sociological approaches and puts them into the context of Web 2.0 and tourism by way of examples.  ...  may be the rapid emergence of Web 2.0.  ... 
doi:10.3727/109830510x12887971002666 fatcat:2m5nsuo2z5bz5n5ciyuf4fyeby

Physical Therapy 2.0: Leveraging Social Media to Engage Patients in Rehabilitation and Health Promotion

E. Knight, R. J. Werstine, D. M. Rasmussen-Pennington, D. Fitzsimmons, R. J. Petrella
2014 Physical Therapy  
health information when they are active participants in the dialogue. 12 Therefore, Web 2.0 allows for the creation and exchange of content generated by the users and connects people through an interactive  ...  Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is a popularized term that began to surface following the dot-com collapse in 2001. 10 The term describes the evolutionary framework of the Internet, with a focus on widespread engagement  ... 
doi:10.2522/ptj.20130432 pmid:24627429 pmcid:PMC4348715 fatcat:qfzhvpjiqzbvdlilxz7vmrv4ai

Neutrality 2.0: The Broadband Transition to Transparency

Justin Brown, Andrew W. Bagley
2014 Social Science Research Network  
During the last decade, broadband deployment, speed and utility have increased, allowing the public to engage in new forms of social media, user-generated content, voice and video calling, citizen journalism  ...  Concurrently, during this same period, concerns over open access and network neutrality have focused on whether broadband service providers may be regulated, ostensibly to which degree may they have control  ...  See Jeremy Carp et al., Transparency, Consumers, and the Pursuit of an Open Internet: A Critical Appraisal, in REGULATING THE WEB: NETWORK NEUTRALITY AND THE FATE OF THE OPEN INTERNET 49, 64 (Zack Stiegler  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2418604 fatcat:dcr2pquuk5bbdckko3f3gpklmu

Code in action: Closing the black box of WCAG 2.0, A Latourian reading of Web accessibility

David Kreps, Mhorag Goff
2015 First Monday  
In the final analysis — and perhaps this story provides evidence towards further research on this issue — it is possible that it is theself-regulationof the World Wide Web that is at fault, and clearer  ...  The focus of much academic work on Web accessibility has been concerned with the lack of implementation of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.  ... 
doi:10.5210/fm.v20i9.6166 fatcat:r2z5xvbgmzdrjpqz6jqmj7svxq

Researching New Literacies: Web 2.0 Practices and Insider Perspectives

Colin Lankshear, Michele Knobel
2007 E-Learning and Digital Media  
conjuncture • A distinction between Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 conceptions and practices of social participation and digital interconnectivity • A distinction between "new technical stuff" and "new ethos stuff  ...  This paper advocates an orientation toward new literacies research that privileges "insider" perspectives and current developments within social spaces of the internet.  ...  The picture is very different with Web 2.0. Part of the difference concerns the kind of products characteristic of Web 2.0.  ... 
doi:10.2304/elea.2007.4.3.224 fatcat:rj3jfoxa6jenhgla46o2zexjui

Toward Understanding The Role Of Web 2.0 Technology In Self-Directed Learning And Job Performance

Shirley J. Caruso
2018 Contemporary Issues in Education Research (CIER)  
This paper contributes to the field of human resource development by providing a new lens that views the role of Web 2.0 technology in self-directed learning and job performance within an organizational  ...  To expand further the knowledge base of adult learning and self-directed learning activities, this paper places its focus on the role of Web 2.0 technology in adult learners' engagement in self-directed  ...  INTRODUCTION n today's workplace, employees have access to incessant self-directed learning opportunities through the use of Web 2.0 technology (Boileau, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.19030/cier.v11i3.10180 fatcat:kja22mfqf5bsdhcp2yu2cjdf7a

Web 2.0 applications in private banking - classification, potentials, and application fields

Alexander Pole, Thomas Puschmann, Michael Fischbach, Rainer Alt
2011 European Conference on Information Systems  
An example of the world's second largest wealth manager, UBS, unveils the relevance and potentials of Web 2.0 applications along the classified areas.  ...  While the usage of internal Web 2.0 applications at UBS seems to be advanced, the use of external and third party Web 2.0 applications is still in the fledgling stages.  ...  assessment of potentials and risks of Web 2.0 applications (2) an overview of examples of existing Web 2.0 applications applicable to the private banking industry and (3) the current adoption rate of  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/PolePFA11 fatcat:yx2yy2tlqzdihh64v27ssaqzgi

From News Receiver to News Produser—The New Relationship between Journalists and Audience in Web 2.0

Tai-Li Wang
2016 Advances in Journalism and Communication  
The development of Web 2.0 culture has made social media important instruments for transforming the traditional one-way news production and reception process into a mode of collaborative and interactive  ...  Finally, the results reveal that the accessibility of journalists' Facebook accounts to audience members is the most powerful variable in the journalists' interactions with audience.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was supported by the Ministry of Science and Technology under Grant 99-2410-H-002-163.  ... 
doi:10.4236/ajc.2016.42006 fatcat:fh36njssqrgkbmhtjrrdav75bu

Technical Competencies of Medical and Health Librarians in a Library 2.0 Environment

Joseph M. Yap
2012 Bilgi Dünyasi  
Furthermore, the study evaluated if the librarians have learned from the previous seminars conducted by MAHLAP (or from other library organizations) on the topic of emerging technologies and Web 2.0 through  ...  This study determined the acquired knowledge, perceptions and attitudes of medical and health librarians in the Philippines on the impact of Library 2.0.  ...  Lourdes David, Director, Rizal Library, Ateneo de Manila University for allowing me to publish the paper.  ... 
doi:10.15612/bd.2012.154 fatcat:77uvrpmk3zgv3j5rdpqowrwdsq

Towards a Systematic Exploitation of Web 2.0 and Simulation Modeling Tools in Public Policy Process [chapter]

Yannis Charalabidis, George Gionis, Enrico Ferro, Euripidis Loukis
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It is based on the concept of 'Policy Gadget' (Padget), which is a micro web application combining a policy message with underlying group knowledge in social media (in the form of content and user activities  ...  This paper describes a methodology for the systematic exploitation of the emerging web 2.0 social media by government organizations in the processes of public policies formulation, aiming to enhance e-participation  ...  For this purpose initially an analysis will be made of the domain of Web 2.0 social media for news sharing, social networking, publishing and broadcasting, communication and collaboration, followed by  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-15158-3_1 fatcat:wgjudaqatjhtxfvz3j22ep5tnu

Integrating the hospital library with patient care, teaching and research: model and Web 2.0 tools to create a social and collaborative community of clinical research in a hospital setting

Blanca San José Montano, Rafael Garcia Carretero, Manuel Varela Entrecanales, Paz Martin Pozuelo
2010 Health Information and Libraries Journal  
We studied the opportunities provided by Web 2.0 tools and finally we defined the spaces that would be developed, describing their elements, members and different access levels.  ...  Conclusions: The Internet, and most notably the Web 2.0 movement, is introducing some overwhelming changes in our society.  ...  of Web 2.0 tools for the research in the field of rare diseases. 17 To overcome the confidentiality problems we proposed that access to Wikinvestigacion should be controlled by the Hospital's Department  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1471-1842.2010.00893.x pmid:20712716 fatcat:46e2gbvi5vepxnmfydiptmeo5y

D2.1: First Report on PRACE 2.0 Development

Veronica Teodor, Philippe Segers
2016 Zenodo  
For some of the topics covered in this deliverable the analysis is based on the formulation of legal questions related to these topics, and on an evaluation of answers provided by the legal advisor firm  ...  This deliverable concentrates on the analysis of the different elements of the PRACE 2 model such as governance, funding and VAT aspects.  ...  An analysis of the requirements in terms of copyright is being performed aiming at providing the basis for handling any copyright issues that might arise from the publication of such material on the web  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6801669 fatcat:epmvy7oytnav3cj2cepsy2stpq

'A Workers' Inquiry 2.0': An Ethnographic Method for the Study of Produsage in Social Media Contexts

Brian Brown, Anabel Quan-Haase
2012 tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique  
The proposed method is based on three lines of thought: Marx's method of 'A Workers' Inquiry', the autonomists' method of co-research, and recent critical theory of Web 2.0.  ...  The case study consists of a critical examination of the mode of produsage as it takes place in Flickr, one of the largest photo-sharing communities on the Internet.  ...  Brown by the Provincial Government of Ontario through two Ontario Graduate Scholarships 2009Scholarships -2010Scholarships and 2010Scholarships -2011 .  ... 
doi:10.31269/triplec.v10i2.390 fatcat:t4btjsgu5rc73avmzxu6vinzty
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