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One person's history of social media use

Drew Whitworth

I have been a fairly active user of social media for some time now: up to 20 years, depending on your definition. I want in this blog post to briefly recount my personal relationship with these different spaces, because I think it will put this week’s teaching into context, as well as providing some useful historical background. 2,488 more words

Information and Digital Technologies: Clinical Requirements 2020

Breakthroughs in the use of data and technology are changing the way we live our lives. Adaptation of these changes has been relatively slow in healthcare, but there is now an increasing focus on learning how to use these technologies to improve the way we deliver care for our patients | Academy of Royal Medical Colleges… 139 more words

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Information and Digital Technologies: Clinical Requirements 2020

Breakthroughs in the use of data and technology are changing the way we live our lives. Adaptation of these changes has been relatively slow in healthcare, but there is now an increasing focus on learning how to use these technologies to improve the way we deliver care for our patients | Academy of Royal Medical Colleges… 139 more words

Workforce Innovation And Improvement

Education Gazette feature on Digital Technologies at WEGC

Digital technologies teacher Edwin Bruce says a key defining factor in the school’s approach to the subject is its commitment to open source software (OSS), alongside the Google, Microsoft and Adobe suites.

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Digital Main Street Forum: Embracing Bricks and Clicks

Businesses on Main Street are increasingly realizing the importance of embracing online tools to build and grow their businesses.

From online marketing and leveraging data to better engage customers, to adopting ecommerce to reach a broader customer base, Main Street businesses are leveraging a range of digital technologies to realize new business opportunities. 134 more words

StartUp Events

ICT and me

Week 2 has students reflecting upon the ways in which we use ICTs in our daily lives. For me I thought that included the more common of the digital technologies such mobile phone, laptop and desktop PC and the associated applications that allow me to communicate with friends and like-minded people, save interesting articles about topics of interest and interact with apps associated with my health and fitness band and exercise trainer. 330 more words

Digital Technologies