Last week’s Twitter chat for medical librarians (#medlibs) was on topics near and dear to my heart: accessibility and usability. I (a) was impressed by the caliber of the conversation, and (b) wanted to collect the good links and ideas in a place that would make it easy to find for other medical librarians. So, here is a Storify. I particularly recommend the links.
- RT @Colin_Hung: Side note. After signing my copy of his book @danmunro suggested that I should get Kindle version to see links. Bought it t… 21 minutes ago
- RT @HealthTechReads: Q2: Should we expect disruption in healthcare or is the industry too heavily regulated for it to occur? #HTreads https… 21 minutes ago
- RT @janicemccallum: T1: Transparency is always good (maybe some exceptions?). Opposition comes from those who want to hide something. #htr… 21 minutes ago
- RT @jamcbride: @EMRAnswers A1 Agree 100%. We can fix anything as long as we know what is wrong (and right) with transparency. But so many H… 25 minutes ago
- RT @ShereesePubHlth: @murraymeetze @CUCMCIDean @CUBoulder People who are uncomfortable w/others show of emotion, are bothered by what it sa… 26 minutes ago