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Dianne Rees

Information Literacy Weblog: Perspectives on the Information Literate University - 0 views

    Not specifically about health but good info on digital literacy
Dianne Rees

Tutorials - Cooperative Library Instruction Project - 0 views

    Not specifically health relates, digital literacy resources available under a CC license, a mixed bag of stuff
Dianne Rees

Measuring the Impact of a Moving Target: Towards a Dynamic Framework for Evaluating Col... - 0 views

  • Articles were selected for inclusion in the final analysis if they described an evaluation framework applicable to Web-based, consumer-oriented health applications that could be categorized under at least two of the three core evaluation phases: (1) formative evaluation, (2) summative evaluation, and (3) outcome assessment.
  • These included an emphasis on: (1) the People affected by the website, (2) the Content of the website, (3) the Technology of the website, (4) Human-Computer Interaction between the person and the website, and (5) effects on the greater health care community, or Health Systems Integration. These themes reflect the core attributes, user-centric, context-centric, and functionality-centric, that Currie [10] advocates should be addressed in any eHealth evaluation framework.
  • Currie LM. Evaluation frameworks for nursing informatics. Int J Med Inform 2005 Dec;74(11-12):908-916. [Medline] [CrossRef]
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  • Therefore, users’ Cognitive Style may also have an important role to play in the design of the site, given that whether or not individuals are impulsive or reflective, conceptual or inferential, thematic, or rational etc [29] will have an impact on how they experience a computer mediated-interaction
  • outcome evaluations may usefully include impacts on the Caregiver-patient relationship, especially in cases where the application is designed to address health and life conditions involving a caregiver
  • Level of Personalization [13] refers to users’ access to information that is applicable and useful to them as individuals and represents the parameter Relevance from the formative phase, implemented in practice.
  • With increased user-generated content, readers must be prepared to evaluate each entry, rather than each site, for its credibility
  • Is there any mechanism for feedback or dialogue between users of the site and communities of clinicians and researchers?
  • The category “Health Systems Integration” refers to the larger system, health processes, and society in which a health website for laypeople might be implemented
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