Knowledge entries ‘surging’ on HLWIKI Int’l

Here is a list of entries on the wiki that are surging in terms of interest and in terms of Google PageRank:

  1. Blogs‏‎ (25,800 views)
  2. Social media policies‏‎ (25,499 views)
  3. Evidence-based web 2.0‏‎ (25,394 views)
  4. Social media glossary‏‎ (24,606 views)
  5. Consumer health information‏‎ (24,434 views)
  6. Grey literature‏‎ (23,428 views)
  7. Twitter‏‎ (21,561 views)
  8. Medical podcasts & videocasts‏‎ (21,371 views)
  9. Google scholar‏‎ (21,283 views)
  10. Bibliography – Library 2.0‏‎ (21,269 views)
  11. Medical sites for mobiles‏‎ (21,208 views)
  12. History of surgery in British Columbia‏‎ (21,069 views)
  13. Apple iPad for physicians‏‎ (20,087 views)
  14. Web 2.0‏‎ (18,960 views)
  15. Semantic web‏‎ (18,949 views)
  16. Academic libraries 2.0‏‎ (18,945 views)
  17. Aboriginal health search filter‏‎ (18,608 views)
  18. Filters (ie. hedges)‏‎ (18,522 views)
  19. PubMed – MEDLINE‏‎ (18,504 views)
  20. Health 2.0‏‎ (18,342 views)
  21. Data curation‏‎ (18,167 views)
  22. Author impact metrics‏‎ (18,032 views)
  23. Medical informatics‏‎ (18,015 views)
  24. Breast cancer‏‎ (17,553 views)
  25. Second Life‏‎ (17,109 views)
  26. Bibliometrics‏‎ (17,099 views)
  27. Informationists‏‎ (17,078 views)
  28. Canadian consumer health information (CHI) portal‏‎ (17,045 views)
  29. Impact factors‏‎ (16,262 views)
  30. Semantic search‏‎ (15,863 views)
  31. Clinical librarianship‏‎ (15,761 views)
  32. Social media‏‎ (15,463 views)
  33. Information literacy‏‎ (15,307 views)
  34. The use of social media in academic libraries, 2012‏‎ (15,123 views)
  35. Medical Chinese for health workers‏‎ (15,094 views)
  36. Wikis‏‎ (14,913 views)
  37. Institutional repositories‏‎ (14,872 views)
  38. Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (CISTI)‏‎ (14,591 views)
  39. Assessment for academic librarians‏‎ (14,587 views)
  40. Personal learning plans (PLPs)‏‎ (14,528 views)

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