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Chambers, Thane
Kung, Janice Y C
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Medical Education
Social Media in Information Literacy Instruction
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Twitter appears to have a lot of potential for medical education. It can: -Facilitate active participation -Build community among disparate members -Work well for asynchronous learning -Provide students and instructors with real-time feedback and communication But what is its current state of use among educators and instructional librarians? How can its potential be harnessed by librarians? Is it an effective tool for learning and building knowledge?
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2017/04/28
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