Web 2.0 refers to websites and resources that promote interaction, collaboration, information sharing, and networking. Web 2.0 tools draw upon the dynamic nature of the World Wide Web to provide information, create, store, organize, and diseminate that information in a collaborative way. Tools can include searching, tagging, bookmarking, comments and blogging. Wiki's are another Web 2.0 tool that allows multiple users to create and edit dynamic web pages.
Increasingly, users are contecting to the Internet via cellular phones, making mobile applications and mobile ready websites more importaant.
This guide attempts to present some of the Web 2.0 tools that are relavant to the medical community.
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