Search Results: Twitter
While raising ethical concerns, monitoring Twitter and other social media may anticipate disease outbreaks faster than traditional data-gathering methods.
As noted in the Social Media Examiner blog, you can embed conversations from Twitter into blog posts. Unfortunately, the Twitter interface has changed slightly, so when you hover over the tweet you want to embed, the link now says “Open” instead of “Expand,” and it is located at the far right instead of next to […]
Popular blogger The Librarian in Black (a.k.a. Sarah Houghton) describes her experience about participating in a “State of the Union Tweet-up” in her latest blog post.
A sampling of the content found by searching Twitter topic “#healthliteracy”.
In her blog “Information Wants to Be Free,” Meredith Farkas, Head of Instructional Initiatives at Norwich University in Vermont, writes about how “Twitter has changed so much in significance and utility” since its inception. Her post goes on to discuss how “Twitter (and FriendFeed, and other microblogging and lifestreaming apps) has been an amazing boon […]
Healthi4U is an innovative new competitive program for interdisciplinary student teams at the University of Utah. The goal of this video competition is to create engaging and informative videos related to health.
In the spring of 2013, the Spencer S. Eccles Library conducted a faculty survey related to public services. This blog post and others will outline the faculty responses and address the concerns raised. You asked, we answered! Read more about this survey and the results! Post 1: Introduction and Background of Faculty Surveyed Post 2: […]
The first phase of the remodel of the Garden Level of the removal of the compact shelving is complete. Access to this area has been restricted, but other parts of the Garden Level can be reached via the North stairwell and the elevator. The next phase is imminent! During this time, there will be increased […]
You’re invited to watch the new free PBS documentary Age of Champions Age of Champions tells the story of five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. You’ll meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, 86-year-old pole vaulter, and hard-hitting grandmothers who triumph over the limitations of age. The filmmakers have […]
The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, in collaboration with six partners, received a grant from the Office of Research on Women’s Health (ORWH) and the National Library of Medicine of the NIH to highlight and extend the wealth of resources available from the NIH and its Institutes and Centers on sex and gender differences […]