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Internet and World Wide Web-Based Tools for Neuropathology Practice and Education

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Abstract

The Internet and the World Wide Web (www) serve as a source of information and a communication network. Together they form a so-called web or network that allows for transmission and dissemination of information in unprecedented speed, volume and detail. This article presents an overview of the current status of neuropathology content on the www. As well as considering the Internet as a resource for neuropathology practice, education and research, we also address the issue of quality assurance when evaluating Internet and www content. Four major categories of websites (archival, broker, news and blog) are discussed and resources relevant to neuropathology of each type are highlighted. We believe that our report and similar attempts can provide an opportunity to discuss appropriate and effective use of the Internet by the neuropathology community.
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Keywords: Internet; World Wide Web (www); digitized slides; education; neuropathology; pathology; websites; whole-slide imaging

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, Ca.

Publication date: April 1, 2009

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