Did you know that widgets can make a big difference to where and how you share information?
There are many widgets out there.
According to Wikipedia, a web widget is small application with limited functionality that can be installed and executed on a web page to support the end user. A widget has the role of a transient or auxiliary application, meaning that it just occupies a portion of a webpage and does something useful with information fetched from other websites. Other terms used to describe web widgets include: portlet, web part, gadget, badge, module, snippet and flake. Widgets are typically created in DHTML or Adobe Flash.
Widgets often take the form of on-screen devices such as clocks, event countdowns, auction-tickers, stock market tickers, flight arrival information, daily weather, phone books, calendars and pictures etc.
Below is a collection of widgets that you can add to your listing on My Community Directory.
We have also developed a few My Community Directory widgets to embed on our partner organisation websites. If you would like more information about this or would like to talk more about custom developing a My Community Directory widget for your website, please email [email protected] or call 1300 762 515.
We're excited to be working with the WA Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA) to help connect people to important health services across WA. Over the next few weeks we will be starting data migration. We're so grateful to have the support of WAPHA and other Primary Health Networks across the country. It is through partnerships like these that we have the opportunity to make a widespread positive impact in connecting local communities.
Understanding changes over time is important - Notice the changes in searches on the Gold Coast.
One of our significant projects has been to make information available at the right time.
Feedback is always welcome check out the Queensland Health Outreach Diary
We are starting to see strong patters of use in our Western Australia Data - In fact it is important to note that the data has the same access patterns as in Queensland.
Who is helping you understand your data? Simon Su has been working with us focused on helping us understand who is looking for what information.
This is the beginning of demand driven service delivery.
Its been a long time coming but we have been working with other people in the industry to develop the Community Information Exchange. The
Community Information Exchange offers access to high quality information, actively supporting the development of the digital economy. The Community Information Exchange focuses on building and supporting products and services that improve the health and wellbeing of the community.
As part of our expansion, the English Family Foundation have provided support to create a platform that expanded nationally.
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