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MLA: Emerging Technologies

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3d printing

apps

single-purpose apps, diagnosis, medical treatment

artificial intelligence

IBM Watson

augmented reality

automated cataloging

automated circulation

big data

digitised self-tracking

biofuels

biohacking

biological implant devices

implant sensors

bioprinting

citizen science

cloud storage

Box

Dropbox

Google Drive

File sharing

collaboration technologies/tools

communication tools

Facebook

Facetime

Google Hangouts

Google Plus

LinkedIn

Skype

Twitter

crowdfunding

crowdsourcing

data analysis

data sonification

data visualization, visual data analysis, #dataviz, #datavis

data citation

data repositories

devices

hybrid phone/tablet devices

short throw projectors

smartphones

tablet computing, iPads

diagnosis support tools

digital curation

Pinterest

Scoop-it

digitisation

Baidu

Google Books

institutional repositories

Wellcome Trust

digital storytelling

e-books

education

blended learning

flipped classroom

instruction delivery systems, Prezi, Slide Rocket, Slideshare

lecture capture

open education, #OER

tools, Blackboard, MyEd

electronic health records

#ehr

personal health records

#phr

flexible batteries

games

advocacy / activism / change, games for change

health, games for health, #g4h

learning, game-based learning, games for learning, #gbl

genetically modified meat

geocaching / geolocating

geolocating

gesture-based computing

Google Glass

hologram / 3D displays

informatics

altmetrics

bioinformatics

data mining

information sharing tools

blogs

instant messaging

podcasts

RSS

wifi

information management tools

such as???

intellectual property management

Creative Commons

Google Author

internet of everything

internet of things

iPads

lab-on-a-chip

lecture capture

lifestreaming

microbiome

mobile

mobile computing

mobile health

mobile learning

mobile technology

4G

MOOCs

nanotechnology

NFC (Near Field Communication)

open

open access

open content

open data

open education, lecture capture, #OER

open learning

open source

participatory medicine

personalized medicine

point-of-care tools

medicine

genomics

individualized

participatory

personalized

translational

mind controlled devices

molecular-level enhanced nutrition

nanotechnology

smart pills

medical robotics

open source content

optical computing

personal genomics

programming languages

html5

QR codes

quantified self

quantum computing

reference management software

CiteULike

Colwiz

Endnote

Mendeley

SciRef

Zotero

robotics

da Vinci surgery

robotic surgery

robot teachers

social robotics, cuddle bots

salivary diagnostics

sensor equipped environments

Alzheimer care environments

digital door locks

short throw projectors

smart objects

near field communication

smart phone, braille smartphone

smart watches, Pebble

smart textiles

social learning environments

social media

health care social media, #hcsm

emergency management & disaster response, #smem

social reference management

Mendeley

RefWorks

Zotero

speech recognition

stem cell treatment

texting / SMS

professional uses

for reference

for emergency management & disaster response

translational medicine

ubiquitous computing

unmanned vehicles

autopilot

video

capture / recording

instruction

virtual worlds

wearable tech

Use Cases

Communication

Social Media, Facebook, Flickr, Google Plus, Linked In, Pinterest, Twitter, Youtube

Videochat, Google Hangouts, Skype

Education

Publishing

Medical & Healthcare

3D printing

Wearable tech

Mobile health

Quantified self

Personalized medicine

Personal genomics

Research/Science

Tech Impacts

Impact on Human Body & Behavior

custom design

rapid prototyping

behavior modification

Impact on Communication

Education

Marketing

Outreach

Collaboration

Health Literacy

Impact on Healthcare

Diagnosis

Treatment

Support

Prognosis

Prevention

Wishlist

Data citation standards that allow data sets to be cited, tracked, and utilized as part of the information life cycle.

It would be nice to develop a system for capturing and sharing intellectual capital within hospitals across all departments, and between hospital systems.

the wholistic techs that bind all the other smaller techs together - the one ring to rule them all has not emerged in EHRs or other technologies

ETech Discovery

blogs

books

microblogs

conferences/events

TED

Health Datapalooza

email lists

people

podcasts

reports

Horizon Report

social media

Skill Sets

Technology support

software applications

mobile apps

mobile devices

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