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Learning via blogs

E-Health Insider reports on the publication of a paper at BioMed Central that concludes blogs (websites like this one) can be used to enhance learning experiences for clinicians.

The paper cites the main advantages of blogs are the ease of use and availability. This would include anywhere web-access, search facility, RSS and email subscriptions.

The main disadvantage is information quality because of the collaborative authoring of some blogs. This site operates in a "closed environment" meaning one person operates the whole site writing all the articles and moderating any comments.

Action: This site had 14,000 visitors in August; surely you all know this already!

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