Friday, July 6, 2007

How do you access OT related information on the internet?

del.icio.us:



I recently came across a new site that is a collection of people's favorites and can be accessed from any computer.

Web address: http://del.icio.us/about/

It is an excellent way to store your favorite's and access them on any computer through the web. It is also an excellent way to find Occupational Therapy related links that other people have gathered. You can develop a network of other people's links.

My favorite OT links can be located at: http://del.icio.us/LME1169 or go to http://del.icio.us/about/ and search "Occupational Therapy" to see what others have saved as their favorite OT links.

Once you have registered, save this blog on your links: http://www.otegypt.blogspot.com/
so you can read updates on our Egypt OT project.

It is very easy to set up on your computer. It also saves all the links instead of cluttering up the blog with endless lists of links.


Good luck,

Laura

3 comments:

Rodrigo said...

Oi, achei teu blog pelo google tá bem interessante gostei desse post. Quando der dá uma passada pelo meu blog, é sobre camisetas personalizadas, mostra passo a passo como criar uma camiseta personalizada bem maneira. Se você quiser linkar meu blog no seu eu ficaria agradecido, até mais e sucesso. (If you speak English can see the version in English of the Camiseta Personalizada. If he will be possible add my blog in your blogroll I thankful, bye friend).

Laura Efinger said...

Sorry, I logged onto the site and could not locate the English version!

Occupational Therapy Otago said...

Hi Laura
I have had a del.icio.us account for a while now and love the ease of having all of my best internet finds on occupational therapy and things related to occupational therapy education so accessible. It's so much better than having them in 'favourites' as the comments you write about what you have found and saved helps you remember why you saved it. I also love it when after I have saved it I find others have also saved the same information and I can go look at their libraries - and see what other good finds they have on the same topic.

It's great to see an expansion of occupational therapy blogs. There are some good discussions going on which are fun to take part in.

Jackie
http://occupationaltherapyotago.wordpress.com/