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Growing digital smarts? Check our biases...

‘Tis the night before the #edchatnz conference and I am mulling over the session I am hoping to facilitate…

It’s been just over a month since I joined NetSafe as their new Director of Education, and I have thoroughly enjoyed getting my head around a ‘same but different’ view window on education. 560 more words

Digital Citizenship

How GPs in London are reducing hospital referrals

Thomas, K. The Guardian. Published online: 9 August 2016

New software enables GPs to confer with local hospital consultants to get advice on whether to refer a patient or not…

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General Practice

Usage, adherence and attrition: how new mothers engage with a nurse-moderated web-based intervention to support maternal and infant health. A 9-month observational study

Sawyer, M.G. et al. BMJ Open. 2016. 6:e009967

Objectives: To identify factors predicting use, adherence and attrition with a nurse-moderated web-based group intervention designed to support mothers of infants aged 0–6 months.

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Use of Online Communication by Patients With Newly Diagnosed Breast Cancer During the Treatment Decision Process

Wallner, L. P. et al. JAMA Oncology. Published online July 28 2016

Online communication (including email, social media, and web-based support groups) could be used to enhance cancer treatment decision making and care support.

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Breast

Digital Technologies and the Global Market

Digital technologies have modified the manner many businesses operate. The Information age and the speed of networked communications means that information spreads quickly.

Productivity:

The impact of Digital Technologies on productivity has created technological enhancements in several fields and up academic opportunities. 316 more words

Digital Technologies Hub: The new one-stop shop for teaching the Australian Curriculum Digital Technologies

Recently released, and demonstrated at the EdTechSA Conference, the Digital Technologies Hub is the new one-stop-shop for all educators who teach the Digital Technologies strand of the Australian Curriculum. 373 more words

Australian Curriculum

Review of Social Media for Academics

I have written many times on this blog about my own experiences of using social media and other digital tools for academic work and my research focusing on how other academics are doing this. 410 more words

Sociology Of Science And Technology