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Presentations & Podcasts: Wetpaint - A Social Multimedia Wiki Tool

Wetpaint - A Social Multimedia Wiki Tool

 

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Date/Time: Aug 6, 2008;
Title:Wetpaint - A Social Multimedia Wiki Tool
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


 

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W-W-W-Wetpaint: The Social Wiki
PF Anderson, patriciafanderson@gmail.com
Emerging Technologies Librarian, UM Taubman Health Sciences Library
Wetpaint’s W-W-W- …
Who
What
Why
Where
When
How
Where
http://www.wetpaint.com/
http://www.wetpaint.com/
Why & When
Wetpaint for Education
Education tab from the homepage
Wetpaint for Education
http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/
Wikis in Education
http://www.wetpaint.com/page/education
Wikis in Education: Forum
http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/page/Education+Forum
Wetpaint Supports Education
http://wikisineducation.wetpaint.com/page/Ad-Free+Education+Wikis
Golden Paint Can Awards
http://goldenpaintcanawards.wetpaint.com/
Golden Paint Can Awards: Winners
http://goldenpaintcanawards.wetpaint.com/page/The+Award+Winners
What
Example Wikis: Anatowiki
http://anatowiki.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: Michigan Travel
http://michigantravel.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: 21st Century Learning
http://21stcenturylearning.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: Curriculum Resources for Teachers
http://history4teachers.wetpaint.com/?t=anon
Example Wikis: History Happening
http://sasasianhistory.wetpaint.com/?t=anon
Example Wikis: Welker’s Wikinomics
http://welkerswikinomics.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: Second Life @ the University of Michigan
http://slum.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: EBHC Search Strategies
http://ebhcstrategies.wetpaint.com/
Example Wikis: SLHealthy
http://slhealthy.wetpaint.com/
Who
Wetpaint: Social
Wetpaint: Social: Forums
How
Login
Browsers
Safari

 

Firefox
More Tools
Add Page
Rename Page
Move page
Insert Images
Slideshows
Insert Images from Web
Insert Images from Web
Insert Images from Web
Insert Images from Web
Result
Widgets
Find These Slides
Bootcamp: http://www.dent.umich.edu/informatics/bootcamp/
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Presentations & Podcasts: Online Social Networks in Health and Healthcare

Online Social Networks in Health and Healthcare

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Date/Time:July 30, 2008
Title:Online Social Networks in Health and Healthcare
Presenter:Patricia Anderson

 


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Online Social Networks in Health & Healthcare
PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, pfa@umich.edu
Why?

“Are social networks really worth it?”

“The web is better when it’s social”
Why?
Connection, communication, collaboration, consultation
Discuss & share information (articles, photos, videos, cases, data, methodologies)
Q&A, rapid response (sometimes), serendipitous discovery
Global, international connections & opportunities
Find employment & research opportunities
Emerging trends, topics, medications, treatments, insights in your field
Why?
Study partners for USMLE & board exams
Facilitate translational research - bench to bedside
Disease or behavior tracking in populations
Support groups, lifestyle change & behavior modification
Recruit research study & clinical trial candidates
Create online community for alumni, patrons, clients
Why? – Take Two
Efficiency possibilities
Build professional communities
Clinical
Research
Management
Build learning communities
Build sharing communities
Build community support through outreach
What makes an online social network?
Tech that supports
Sharing
Defining “your folks” (friends, groups)
Commenting, discussion, dialogue
Active community & individuals who use these features to support interaction and community building
Networking through social media
Who are your people?
Where is your conversation?

Youtube, Flickr, VoiceThread, ManyEyes.
Blogs & Blogger
Wikis: Wetpaint
Twitter, SocialThing, FriendFeed
Networking through social media
Flickr example
Networking for networking
Popular social networking sites
myspace
facebook
opensocial
livejournal
xanga
mycyberspace
bebo
orkut
friendster
Hi5
linkedin
Networking for networking
Make your own social network
Ning
free, popular - >90,000 networks
ELGG - open source software
More social networking platforms:
TechCrunch White Label Social Networking Platforms Chart: http://www.techcrunch.com/wp-content/wlsn_comparison_chart.html
Trends - Google Friends
Do it yourself social networking on your own web site or blog
Health networks - for doctors
Ozmosis
trust + intelligence + personalization
relationship building + knowledge sharing + real-time collaboration
Health networks - for doctors
Ozmosis - knowledge sharing
Health networks - for doctors
Sermo
Health networks - for doctors
SocialMD
Health networks - for healthcare
TownieCentral.com
Health networks - for dentists
DentalTown
HygeineTown
DentalLabTown
Health networks - for research
BioMedExperts
Health networks - for nurses
American Nurses Association - Nursing World
Health networks - for nurses
NurseLink
Health networks - for nurses
NaBloPoMo - Nurses United
Health networks - for students plus
Tiromed
Health networks - for students plus
DoctorsHangout
Health networks - for students
Student Dentist
Health networks - collaborating across bins
Within3
Health networks - for wellness
Gyminee
Health networks - for support groups
DailyStrength
Health networks - for support groups
Acor.org (Association of Cancer Online Resources)
Health networks - for families
MyFamilyHealth.com
Health networks - others
Healthcare consumers
Other practitioners
Clinical managers and marketers
Researchers
Informaticians
Considerations
Who is allowed in?
Security
Privacy
Openness / transparency
Authority
Underlying purpose or motives of founding persons or organization
Standards vary internationally for patient confidentiality guidelines
How active is the community
Effort required to make it useful and viable
Links — Social Media & Networks
Blogger: http://www.blogger.com
Flickr: http://www.flickr.com
FriendFeed: http://www.friendfeed.com
ManyEyes: http://services.alphaworks.ibm.com/manyeyes/
SocialThing: http://socialthing.com
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com
VoiceThread: http://voicethread.com
Wetpaint: http://www.wetpaint.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com
Links - General Social NetWork Tools
Bebo: http://bebo.com
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com
Friendster: http://www.friendster.com
hi5: http://hi5.com
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com
Livejournal: http://www.livejournal.com
MySpace: http://www.myspace.com
Orkut: http://www.orkut.com
Xanga: http://www.xanga.com
Links — Make Your Own
ELGG: http://elgg.org/
Google Friend Connect: http://www.google.com/friendconnect/
Google OpenSocial: http://code.google.com/apis/opensocial
Ning: http://www.ning.com/
TechCrunch White Label Social Networking Platforms Chart: http://www.techcrunch.com/wp-content/wlsn_comparison_chart.html
Links — Health & Medical
ANA NursingWorld: http://www.nursingworld.org
NurseLinkUP: http://nurselinkup.com
Ozmosis: http://www.ozmosis.com
Sermo: http://www.sermo.com
SocialMD: http://www.socialmd.com
TiroMED: http://www.tiromed.com
Within3: http://www.within3.com

Links – On Ning
Café Chronique: http://cafechronique.ning.com/
Chiro Connector: http://chiroconnector.ning.com/
ChiroShare: http://chirostop.ning.com/
Diabetes TalkFest: http://diabetestalkfest.ning.com/
Disability Resource Exchange: http://www.disabilityresourceexchange.com/
DoctorsHangout: http://doctorshangout.ning.com/
Epidermolysis Bullosa Friends: http://ebfriends.ning.com/
Fibromyalgia: http://fibromyalgia.ning.com/
Gastric Bypass: http://gastricbypass.ning.com/
Links - On Ning 2
Healthcare Marketing: http://healthcaremarketing.ning.com/
Healthcare with a Heart: http://healthcarewithaheart.ning.com/
Health Informatics Forum: http://healthinformaticsforum.ning.com/
Hospital Impact: http://hospitalimpact.ning.com/
Illness-Disability-Healthcare-Caregiver Ministry Network: http://illnessministry.ning.com/
iMed Exchange: http://imedexchange.ning.com/
Links - On Ning 3
Assessment for Taubman Health Sciences Library: http://libassess.ning.com/
Library 2.0: Medical and Health Science Libraries: http://library20.ning.com/group/medicalandhealthsciencelibraries
Medical Writing: http://medicalwriting.ning.com/
Meharry Medical College: Alumni: http://meharryalum.ning.com/
MLA 09: http://mla09.wetpaint.com/
My Irritable Bowel Syndrome: http://myirritablebowelsyndrome.com/
Links — On Ning 4
NaBloPoMo: Nurses United: http://nablopomo.ning.com/group/nursesunited
PlanetCancer: http://myplanetcancer.ning.com/
Research & Media: http://researchandmedia.ning.com/
Kosmix RightHealth: http://righthealth.ning.com/
Student Dentist: http://studentdentist.ning.com/
Tu Diabetes: http://tudiabetes.ning.com/
Want more?
http://davidrothman.net/2007/05/07/more-social-networks-for-clinicians/

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Presentations & Podcasts: Visual and Clustering Search Engines

Visual and Clustering Search Engines

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Date/Time: July 23, 2008
Title:Visual and Clustering Search Engines
Presenter:Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Visual & Clustering Search Engines as tools for concept generation, mind mapping, outlining & more PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Health Sciences, pfa@umich.edu © 2008 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
  2. Visual & Clustering Search • Clustering search • Term and concept based • Useful for term and concept generation exercises • Useful to expand set of terms in MEDLINE and Web searches • Visual • Organizes results visually or graphically • Sometimes includes image search
  3. Why? • New topic: term and concept discovery • Concept or topic tracking: graphic representations to capture change over time • Visualization generation to create images describing concept or term • Can use in presentation slides
  4. Selected Search Engines
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Presentations & Podcasts: Twitter For Health

Twitter For Health

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Date/Time: July 15, 2008
Title:Twitter For Health
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Twittering* for Work & Health * (and Plurking) PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Health Sciences Libraries, University of Michigan, pfa@umich.edu July 15, 2008
  2. Twitter * http://twitter.com/
  3. Twitter lifecycle * http://cogdoghouse.wikispaces.com/TwitterCycle
  4. Twitter is … * Twitter is a type of tool * Twitter = Microblogging (sort of) * Microblogging != Twitter * Microblogging = (Twitter OR Jaiku OR Pownce OR Plurk OR Tumblr)
  5. Twitter is … * for friends * for news * for current events * for crisis response * for silliness * for intelligent discussion * like fishing * like sex
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Presentations & Podcasts: Online Outlining & Mindmapping Tools

Online Outlining & Mindmapping Tools

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Date/Time: July 9, 2008
Title: Online Outlining & Mindmapping Tools
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Online Outliners & Mindmapping Tools PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, pfa@umich.edu © 2008 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
  2. Outliners & Graphic Thought Organizers • Tools to introduce concepts of structured thinking • Tools to use for outlining and writing support • Most free, best fee
  3. Outliners: Persuasion Map • http://www.readwritethink.org/materials/ persuasion_map/
  4. Outliners: Persuasion Map • Advance organizer • Reminders of process and place in process
  5. Outliners: LooseStitch • http://loosestitch.com/
  6. Outliners: LooseStitch
  7. Slide
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Presentations & Podcasts: Second Life - A Teacher's Toolkit

Second Life - A Teacher's Toolkit

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Date/Time: June 25, 2008
Title: Second Life - A Teacher's Toolkit
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Second Life Teacher's Toolkit PF Anderson, pfa@umich.edu a.k.a. Perplexity "Lexi" Peccable (SL)
  2. Education as SL's "killer app" * "Second Life removes the distance from the distance learning equation." Joe Miller, quoted in "Is Second Life Learning's Second Chance?" T+D (Training & Development): http://tdblog.typepad.com/td_blog/2008/01/is-second-life.html
  3. SL for distance learning * "Even up to present, much of distance learning has been made time convenient but impersonal. Avatar-based virtual world education is highly interactive, providing the same convenience of not having to travel while providing a richer, more effective and more enjoyable experience. … Whether used for distance or classroom learning, the benefits of this rapidly expanding and adaptable virtual technology become manifest. The most common disadvantages that have existed in online education are now overcome." Theodore Wright, Second Life as a Virtual Learning Environment. <http://www.dokimos.org/secondlife/education/>
  4. Education as a driver for SL "I think five years, ten years from * now, those few things that we couldn't have even imagined, all of that innovation will come out of the educator community itself. They will experiment, they'll push the boundaries, they'll quantify how it's being used as a learning platform and how it's teaching students in ways that they couldn't be taught before." * http://blog.secondlife.com/2008/0 6/02/inside-the-lab-podcast-a- discussion-on-education-in- second-life/
  5. Current trends - Orientation & training * Robot-led new hire orientation: http://www.ahg.com/New %20Hire%20Orientation%20Done%20by%20Robot.pdf
  6. Current trends - Health skills * MD to fight stress in Second Life: http://www.boston .com/business/tec hnology/articles/2 008/03/03/md_to_ fight_stress_in_se cond_life/
  7. Getting started * 15 minutes a day
  8. Getting started * Search for groups that interest you
  9. Getting started * Search for places that interest you
  10. Getting started * Explore profiles
  11. Getting started * Explore profiles
  12. Fundamental skills * How to: – Make a notecard – Take pictures – Bring images inworld – Use textures – Use voice – Dress professionally – Make & present slide shows
  13. Places to learn basics * Academy for Second Learning * New Citizens * Rockliffe University * TeaZers
  14. Groups to join to learn * Academy for Second Learning * New Citizens, Inc * NMC (New Media Consortium)
  15. Calendars * http://fleeep.net/blog/sl-calendar/
  16. Inworld educational communities * College Professors * Open Education in Second Life * Educator's Coffee * Open SLedware House * Picayune SLEDHeads * Educators Coop * * Real Life Education in * EduSharers Second Life * Edutwitterverse * Second Life Academics * Immersive Education * SLEdu Events * NMC Guests * Teacher Networking Center * NMC Teachers Buzz
  17. Regular events * ISTE * Metanomics * Immersive Education
  18. Outworld Communities & Resources Blogs * * Wikis * Email groups * Conferences, events, meetups
  19. Blogs * SLED Blog: http://www.sl-educationblog.org/ * Folks: – Fleep Tuque: http://www.fleeep.net/ – Desideria Stockton: http://bethssecondlife.blogspot.com/ – Jokay Wollagong: http://jokay.com.au/ – KJ Hax: http://www.storyofmysecondlife.com/
  20. Wikis * Second Life Education Wiki: http://www.simteach.com/wiki/index.php ?title=Second_Life_Education_Wiki * Second Life in Education: http://sleducation.wikispaces.com/
  21. SIMTeach * 1 Getting Started: Frequently Asked Questions and Guidelines * 2 Programs for Educators * 3 Institutions and Organizations in SL * 4 Competitions * 5 Press, Blogs & Presentations * 6 Second Life Mailing Lists, Blogs and Forums * 7 In-World Groups
  22. Email groups * SLED: https://lists.secondlife.com/cgi- bin/mailman/listinfo/educators * More: – http://simteach.com/wiki/index.php? title=Second_Life_Mailing_Lists#Educators _Mailing_List
  23. SLBPE * Second Life Best Practices in Education – Wiki archive: http://slbestpractices2007.wikispaces.com/ – Video archive: http://www.slcn.tv/ second-life-best- practices-education- archives
  24. UM - Wolverine Island * How to get access – Join: Wolverine-Community – Get an invitation from: * Memetic Projects * Perplexity Peccable * (drop a notecard in their inventory, or IM if they are online)
  25. UM resources - Inworld groups * Wolverine-Community – Gives access and notices * SLUM Brown Bags – Gives notices, not access – Gathers groups for tours off of Wolverine * UM in Second Life – Gives notices, not access
  26. UM resources - Outworld * Wiki: http://slum.wetp aint.com – Google calendar * Blog: http://mblog.lib. umich.edu/slum * Flickr: http://flickr.com/ groups/slum/
  27. More * ISTE: http://www.iste.or g * NMC: http://www.nmc.or g * Future Forces Affecting Education: http://www.kwfdn.org/map/
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Presentations & Podcasts: GTD = Get Things Done (Productivity Tools Get Real)

GTD = Get Things Done (Productivity Tools Get Real)

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Date/Time: June 11, 2008
Title: GTD = Get Things Done (Productivity Tools Get Real)
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. GTD = Get Things Done (Online Productivity Tools Get Real) PF Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, pfa@umich.edu © 2008 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
  2. GTD • “Get Things Done” tools – To do – Task management • Special tasks – Time management – Project management – People management
  3. GTD - Reading • Instapaper: http://www.inst apaper.com/
  4. GTD - DIY ToDo List • Del.icio.us links tagged with 2do or todo
  5. GTD - Meetings • MeetOMatic: http://www.meetomatic.com/
  6. GTD - Meetings • Doodle: http://www.doodle.ch
  7. GTD: Joe’s Goals • Joe’s Goals: http://www.joesgoals.com/
  8. GTD: 30 Boxes • 30 Boxes: http://30b oxes.com/
  9. GTD: Remember the Milk • Task management, share or collaborate • Integrates with Google Calendar, Twitter, iPhone/iPod, Gmail, Blackberry
  10. GTD: Remember the Milk • Twitter page • Twitter accessible by web, software, Gmail, phone, and more. • “Add tasks and send commands by direct message. I can send reminders, too.”
  11. GTD: Voo2do • Voo2do: http://www.voo2do.com
  12. GTD: Vitalist • http://www.vitalist.com/
  13. GTD: TODOIST • Calendar • Project management • Integration
  14. GTD: TODOIST • Integration – Gmail – Mobile access – Widgets, plugins
  15. GTD: TODOIST • Gmail integration
  16. GTD: RescueTime • http://www.rescuetime.com
  17. GTD: GTD Agenda • GTDAgenda: http://www.gtdagenda.com
  18. GTD: Hiveminder
  19. GTD: Sproutliner • http://www.sproutliner.com
  20. GTD: Zoho Planner • To-dos • Reminders • Annotations
  21. GTD: Zoho Planner • Shareable • Reminders
  22. GTD: Nozbe • Nozbe: http://nozbe.com
  23. GTD: Nozbe • Features – List managemenet – Porject management – Document storage – Mobile access – Reminders – Collaboration
  24. GTD: Nozbe • Costs – Corporate: up to $147/month – Person: up to $14.95/month
  25. GTD: Nozbe • Structure: – Actions – Projects – Contexts
  26. GTD: Nozbe • How To Overview
  27. GTD: TaskAnyone • “Email a task. We’ll follow up until they follow through.” • Reminders • Project management • Monitor progress • Email or web
  28. GTD: OmniFocus • OmniFocus: http://www.omnigroup.com/applications/ omnifocus/
  29. GTD: OmniFocus • OmniFocus Costs
  30. GTD: BackPack • Team management • Group calendar • Announcements, to-dos, online accessible and editing
  31. GTD: BackPack • Sign up for free, Not free to use
  32. GTD: ToodleDo • ToodleDo: http://www.toodledo.com
  33. GTD: Comparisons • ToodleDo: Feature Comparison: http://www.toodledo.com/info/compare. php
  34. GTD: GTD Reviews • http://www.whatsthenextaction.com/gtd/ archive/2007/01/14/5_gtd_systems_i_st opped_using_
  35. Want more? Kidney Notes • Kidney Notes: Useful Tools for Blogging, Medicine, and Getting Things Done: http://www.kidneynotes.com/2006/06/ useful-tools-for-blogging-medicine- and.html
  36. Want more? Mindmap of GTD • The Efficient MD: Mindmap of Getting Things Done: http://efficientmd.blogspot.com/2007/06/ updated-mindmap-flowchart-of- getting.html
  37. Want more? EfficientMD • The Efficient MD: http://www.efficientmd.com
  38. Want more? Internet Duct Tape • Internet Duct Tape: Distraction Free GTD: http://internetducttape.com/2007/10/05/ distraction-free-gtd-32-todolist-apps/
  39. Want more? OEDB List • OEDB: e-Learning Reloaded: Top 50 Web 2.0 Tools for Info Junkies, Researchers & Students: http://oedb.org/library/beginning-online- learning/e-learning-reloaded:-top-50- web-2.0-tools-for-info-junkies,- researchers-&-students
  40. Want more? Links • GTD: – http://del.icio.us/tag/gtd • Related links: – http://del.icio.us/tag/organization+tools – http://del.icio.us/tag/productivity+tools – http://del.icio.us/tag/lifehacks
  41. Contact • Patricia F. Anderson • Emerging Technologies Librarian • Taubman Health Sciences Library • University of Michigan • pfa@umich.edu
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Presentations & Podcasts: Google Books For Dentistry

Google Books For Dentistry

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Date/Time: April 2, 2008
Title: Google Books For Dentistry
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Google Books for Dentistry, an Introduction P. F. Anderson, Emerging Technologies Librarian, Taubman Health Sciences Library, University of Michigan
  2. Outline • Google Books Overview – About Google Books – What’s in Google Books – How to Find Stuff in Google Books – How to Use Google Books • Google Books Examples – Teaching – Research – Clinical Practice – Getting the Real Book • More Information • Questions & Answers
  3. Introduction • Google Book Search: Dr. Schwimmer shares his story: http://www.youtube.c
  4. Getting from Google to Google Books • The “More” menu is your friend
  5. Getting from Google to Google Books • The “More” menu is the way to books
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Presentations & Podcasts: Creating New Images Online

Creating New Images Online

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Date/Time: Nov. 7, 2007
Title: Creating New Images Online
Presenter: Patricia Anderson

 


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  1. Creating New Images Online P. F. Anderson Taubman Health Sciences Library November 7, 2007 © 2007 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved.
  2. Making and Generating Graphics • With Text – For web or blog banner graphics – For quick humor or cartoons – Zing for presentations • Diagrams – Flowcharts – Org charts – Floor plans • Mindmapping • Science Image Tools
  3. Grabbing Images from Your Screen • Windows: – PrintScreen = complete screen – Then paste into document (such as MS Word or Powerpoint) • Macintosh – Apple+Shift+3 = complete screen – Apple+Shift+4 = select portion of screen Image from: www.habbox.com/site/ content/view/2714/281
  4. Image Generators • Hetemeel • ImageChef.com • ImageGenerator.Net • RedKid.net • Sloganizer.net
  5. Hetemeel • http://www.hetemeel.com/einsteinform. php
  6. ImageChef.com
  7. ImageGenerator.net
  8. RedKid.net
  9. Sloganizer.net • http://www.sloganizer.net/en/imagegen erator.php
  10. More Image Generators • Famous Faces Defacer: http://www.famousdefaces.com/ • FontImage Generator: http://interactimage.com/ • Image Mosaic Generator: http://imagemosaicgenerator.click42.com/ • JellyMuffin Generators: http://www.jellymuffin.com/generators/textpix2/ • Typo Generator: http://typogenerator.net/
  11. Online Image Tools for Diagrams • Depictr: http://www.depicter.com/ • DrawAnywhere: http://drawanywhere.com/ • Flowcharts: http://flowcharts.com/ • Gliffy: http://www.gliffy.com/
  12. Depictr • Depictr: http://www.depicter.com/
  13. DrawAnywhere • DrawAnywhere: http://www.drawanywhere.com/
  14. Flowchart • Flowchart: http://www.flowchart.com/
  15. Gliffy • Gliffy: http://www.gliffy.com/
  16. Online Image Tools for Mindmapping / Brainstorming • Bubbl.us: http://bubbl.us/ • Mindomo: http://www.mindomo.com/ • Mindmeister: http://www.mindmeister.com/ • More: – Shambles.net: Mindmaps / Concept Maps: http://www.shambles.net/pages/school/mindmaps/
  17. Bubbl.us • Bubbl.us: http://bubbl.us/ • No account needed • Single user
  18. Mindomo • Mindomo: http://www.mindomo.com/ • Account required • Collaborative • Chat
  19. Mindmeister • Mindmeister: http://www.mindmeister.com/ • Account Required • Collaborative • Team Pricing
  20. Science Image Tools • From PubMed Homepage – Nucleotide, Protein, Genome, Structure – Cn3D: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/Structure/CN3 D/cn3d.shtml • AISMIG, Raster3D, RasMol, etc
  21. PubMed: Cn3D
  22. AISMIG
  23. AISMIG - Aspirin Example
  24. Raster3D • Raster3D: http://skuld.bmsc.washington.edu/raste r3d/raster3d.html
  25. Raster3D Example Image
  26. More Science Image Tools • Institute for Molecular Manufacturing (IMM): Free Molecular Visualization Tools: http://www.imm.org/research/parts/molvis/ • Yale University: Center for Structural Biology: Molecular Graphics Tools: http://www.csb.yale.edu/userguides/graphics/ pluton/html/pl000100.html
  27. Questions? • Patricia Anderson, pfa@umich.edu From: XKCD.com
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Presentations & Podcasts: Deep Blue General Presentation

Deep Blue General Presentation

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Date/Time: Oct. 5, 2007
Title: Deep Blue General Presentation
Presenter: James Ottaviani - University Librarian

 


Text of Slides:

  1. DEEPBLUE Your work: cited more, safe forever. It’s simple. © 2007 Regents of the University of Michigan. All rights reserved. Jim Ottaviani jim.ottaviani@umich.edu
  2. History and context…
  3. Context and planning…
  4. [1] Your work: cited more… A footnoted postcard?! Yes. It cites the 2005 IEEE study of 1,307,038 articles showing that articles in systems like Deep Blue… “…have consistently more citations, the advantage being 25%-250%
  5. [2] Safe forever (Preservation)… Level 1: Highest Well known formats w/open standards (e.g. TIFF); we will both preserve and migrate Level 2: Limited Well known, but not open, formats (e.g. Microsoft Word); we will preserve and, if we can, migrate Level 3: As-is 01000100111000 in, 01000100111000 out…
  6. [3] It’s simple… Deposit: Describe Your Item
  7. No, really. It is simple The license, in less than 50 words: It’s my work, and UM can distribute and preserve it via Deep Blue. Those are UM’s only rights, and they’re non-exclusive. I can distribute and preserve it too, and more besides, because the work’s still mine; if I used somebody else’s work in it, I got the necessary permissions.
  8. The Director’s Cut
  9. deepblue.lib.umich.edu
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