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The Shifting Aesthetics of Expertise in the Sharing Economy of Scientific Medicine

Kirsten Ostherr
2018 Science in Context  
I present a framework for understanding the role of film and video in patient movements by analyzing the historical transition from researchers filming patients as nameless, voiceless human research subjects  ...  By comparing several approaches to patient-centered video, I argue that imperfect production aesthetics play a critically important role in establishing the credibility of health communications.  ...  The first section will provide a historical context for understanding the role of film and video in patient activist movements.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0269889718000054 pmid:29580312 fatcat:5b2bfpcjuvckdjbg7oljcoyohq

Bridging the gap between expert and novice users for video search

Martin Halvey, Joemon M. Jose
2012 International Journal of Multimedia Information Retrieval  
In an attempt to garner a greater understanding of the impact of expertise on video search, a user evaluation that is designed to investigate the role of expertise in video search was conducted.  ...  These problems are amplified by the fact that the importance of expertise for effective video search is not well understood.  ...  of expertise in video retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13735-012-0007-3 fatcat:3mfbnrdqevh6xbwj3hkht34jwq

study on the impact of NPTEL (national program on technology enhanced learning) video lectures on students with special reference to Guru Nanak Institute of Technology, Ibrahimpatnam, Hyderabad

Naga Ramya Kiran
2022 International Journal of Health Sciences  
There is a gap that exists between the current expertise level of faculty in institutions of higher learning such as the IITs/IISc and those in private and other government aided engineering institutions  ...  The present study demonstrates various aspects of use of NPTEL videos such as frequency of library visits, purpose of using videos, awareness about NPTEL videos, place of accessing, preferred search, search  ...  They are meant to fill the large gap that exists between the current expertise level of faculty in institutions of higher learning such as the IITs/IISc and those in private and other government aided  ... 
doi:10.53730/ijhs.v6ns2.6332 fatcat:tfokur2hx5e2bg5xzzatim46ue

Lost in Translation: Supporting learners to search comprehensively across databases

Robin MN Parker, Maggie J Neilson
2015 Journal of the Canadian Health Libraries Association  
<strong>Abstract: Introduction:</strong> Health sciences librarians play the key role of expert searcher for knowledge synthesis research projects.  ...  Most users still expressed the need to consult with a librarian for further training and review of their searches.  ...  Further, we sought to assess the value of the toolkit to different disciplines, roles, and levels of comprehensive search experience.  ... 
doi:10.5596/c15-014 fatcat:2obqr4uekvh25dj33zsw3mxaxq

The role of video game experience in spatial learning and memory

Suzanne de Castell, Hector Larios, Jennifer Jenson, David Harris Smith
2015 Journal of Gaming & Virtual Worlds  
the role of video game experience in spatial learning and memory abstraCt Video game playing has been associated with improvements in cognitive abilities that predict success in STEM fields, and therefore  ...  In two experiments, we used a virtual Morris Water Maze (VMWM) with and without proximal cues to measure spatial learning as a total of 82 video game experts and novices completed a search task across  ...  Second, our assessment of video game expertise is based on the amount of time playing video games in the year prior to the study.  ... 
doi:10.1386/jgvw.7.1.21_1 fatcat:azetttoiubhldf4sco4gx7vgty

Gaming Experience and Spatial Learning in a Virtual Morris Water Maze

Suzanne De Castell, Jennifer Jenson, Hector Larios
2015 Journal of Virtual Worlds Research  
In the experiment, the participants learned to find the location of a platform in the VMWM. We analyzed performance on the task to identify data trends indicative of spatial learning.  ...  Specifically, we compared performance between males and females with varying levels of gaming expertise.  ...  This research was supported by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory under contract FA8650-10-C-7009, by the GRAND NCE, and by The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.  ... 
doi:10.4101/jvwr.v8i1.7124 fatcat:ldueoqfuybfsdo4o2xmnrh2cq4

Sources of information used by patients prior to elective surgery: a scoping review

Alvin Atlas, Steve Milanese, Karen Grimmer, Sarah Barras, Jacqueline H Stephens
2019 BMJ Open  
studies published until February 2019 from the six scientific literature databases were searched and included in the study: Medline, PubMed, CINAHL, Academic Search Premier, EMBASE and SCOPUS.  ...  Web searches for grey literature were conducted in Google, South Australia Department of Health, Commonwealth Department of Health (Australia) and My Aged Care from the Department of Social Services (Australia  ...  Patients saw clinicians as occupying expert roles and they deferred to clinicians' expertise.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2018-023080 pmid:31383690 pmcid:PMC6687002 fatcat:ubrf23pzsbgtjmwtnpxmgqcnpm

Indexing and Indices: An Essential Component of Information Discovery

Donald T. Hawkins
2016 Against the Grain  
additional staff was added to cope with the increased workflow), and • Leveraging the expertise of indexers by developing their role as curators.  ...  The system is especially useful for videos because they can be searched for the occurrence of a word without the necessity of watching the entire video.  ... 
doi:10.7771/2380-176x.6230 fatcat:psj7726n6vaapiqfhfkvnxjn64

An asynchronous collaborative search system for online video search

Martin Halvey, David Vallet, David Hannah, Yue Feng, Joemon M. Jose
2010 Information Processing & Management  
In addition the results of this evaluation provide a comparison between implicit and explicit collaboration in the same search system.  ...  Despite this, current state of the art applications that have been created to assist in multimedia search and organisation focus on a single user searching alone and do not take into consideration the  ...  Using this interface they investigated the role of awareness and its effect on search behaviour in collaborative multimedia retrieval.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2009.11.007 fatcat:oiwlj3rl3ng6zmbdthg42vldiy

Using Hypotheses as a Debugging Aid [article]

Abdulaziz Alaboudi, Thomas D. LaToza
2020 arXiv   pre-print
To better understand the role of hypotheses in debugging, we conducted two studies.  ...  We also studied the impact of two debugging aids: fault locations and potential hypotheses.  ...  The first author is supported in part by a King Saudi University Graduate Fellowship.  ... 
arXiv:2005.13652v1 fatcat:hzohfxsyrjdsjli5kixjm7ihuu

Motorcycle Conspicuity Issues and Intervention: A Systematic Review

Muhamad Syukri ABDUL KHALID, Nor Kamaliana KHAMIS, Mohd Radzi ABU MANSOR, Azhar HAMZAH
2021 Iranian Journal of Public Health  
In terms of conspicuity aids, the majority of past studies discussed conspicuity enhancement in the frontal area, particularly on motorcycle daytime running headlight (DRH) color and configurations.  ...  Conspicuity has been one of the key factors in motorcycle road crashes around the world.  ...  ) for the collaboration and expertise in completing this systematic review.  ... 
doi:10.18502/ijph.v50i1.5069 pmid:34178761 pmcid:PMC8213631 fatcat:gflizbflbrckfpicgpuogdcu7y

Adolescent search roles

Elizabeth Foss, Allison Druin, Jason Yip, Whitney Ford, Evan Golub, Hilary Hutchinson
2012 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
, as well as how to use the framework of searching roles to find better methods of educating youth searchers.  ...  We present the search trends adolescents display and develop a framework of search roles that these trends help define.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the adolescents and their families who allowed us into their homes; without them this work would not be possible.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.22809 fatcat:j5qybahmabb4xpr6aservjs4p4

"You Tube and I Find"—Personalizing Multimedia Content Access

S. Venkatesh, B. Adams, Dinh Phung, C. Dorai, R.G. Farrell, L. Agnihotri, N. Dimitrova
2008 Proceedings of the IEEE  
Teiken at IBM Research for their collaboration and active participation in the MAGIC project.  ...  Acknowledgment The authors would like to thank S. Gates, A. Katriel, G. Kofman, Y. Li, Y. Park, Y. Ravin, and W.  ...  to the end user and assist in articulating content descriptions that she has in her mind to aid in her search and even crafting the style, mood, or content descriptions that she has in her mind to aid  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2008.916378 fatcat:3ilsibo5qjaudovr5euid56z3e

Interventions that Facilitate Shared Decision-Making in Cancers with Active Surveillance as Treatment Option: a Systematic Review of Literature

G. E. Collée, B. J. van der Wilk, J. J. B. van Lanschot, J. J. Busschbach, L. Timmermans, S. M. Lagarde, L. W. Kranenburg
2020 Current Oncology Reports  
The purpose of this study is to systematically review all decision aids in the field of oncological active surveillance strategies and outcomes used by authors to assess their efficacy.  ...  A search was performed in Embase, Medline, Web of Science, Cochrane, PsycINFO Ovid and Google Scholar until June 2019.  ...  Bramer (Medical Library from Erasmus MC -University Medical Centre) for his assistance with setting up the systematic search.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11912-020-00962-3 pmid:32725550 fatcat:hxeipzb5p5gg7eolo4mq4b7s2u

Perceptual-cognitive expertise when refereeing the scrum in rugby union

Lee J. Moore, David J. Harris, Ben T. Sharpe, Samuel J. Vine, Mark R. Wilson
2019 Journal of Sports Sciences  
The elite and trainee referees made more accurate decisions than the players, and differences in gaze behavior were observed.  ...  Thus, this study examined the decision-making accuracy and gaze behaviour of rugby union referees of varying skill levels while reviewing scrum scenarios.  ...  the role of central and peripheral vision in sports officiating (e.g., gaze-contingent displays).  ... 
doi:10.1080/02640414.2019.1594568 fatcat:vdzy2afzofdilfulayt7oglcui
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