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Web 2.0 @ BU – Use of Wikis within the School of Health & Social Care.

Pulman, A., 2008. Web 2.0 @ BU – Use of Wikis within the School of Health & Social Care. In: 3rd Plymouth e-Learning Conference, 04 April 2008, University of Plymouth, UK. (Unpublished)

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The aim of the Web 2.0 @ BU project is to investigate current good practice and to map the use of Web 2.0 technologies within Bournemouth University. This paper aims to communicate the findings from the School of Health & Social Care project team during the academic year 2007/2008 concerning the use of wikis in three distinct areas: Reviewing The Literature Wiki - A teaching session on reviewing the literature is included as a part of the Masters Research Unit - Principles of Enquiry Unit 1. This case study concerns using a wiki as a replacement for PowerPoint and as a separate study guide. LIMBIC Project Wiki - The aim of the LIMBIC project is to evaluate an inter-professional approach linking practice based learning with the principles and methods of healthcare improvement. This case study examines how an external project group wiki could be utilised to enable collaboration between non-technical healthcare users. Teamworking and Communication in Health and Social Care Unit Wiki - The purpose of this third year unit is to provide students with the opportunity to undertake interprofessional project work and, through this develop their skills of working collaboratively in teams and to communicate and function more effectively within their role. This case study looks at how effective small student group wikis are as a part of a long, thin unit where students sometimes find that they vary their contribution according to the time that they have. The paper hopes to share knowledge and experience of utilising wikis, enabling teachers and practitioners to be in a stronger position to respond and react to the changing demands of using innovative new learning technologies.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:web 2.0 ; wikis ; interprofessional ; case studies
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:20656
Deposited By: Mr Andy Pulman LEFT
Deposited On:11 Feb 2013 16:35
Last Modified:14 Mar 2022 13:46

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