Technology-Enhanced Learning: Introductory 2016
2015/2016, Semester 0
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (Dean's Office (Medicine))
Modular Credits: --
Technology-Enhanced Learning has become an accepted educational tool and platform to support and augment teaching and learning in health professions education. Technology-enhanced learning in health professions education has demonstrated positive learning outcomes, promotes interaction between students/trainees and instructors, and positive assessment outcomes.
This introductory level workshop is designed as an introduction to the topic for beginners and might also be useful as a refresher course for more experienced practitioners.
By the end of this module, participants will be able to:
decribe technology-enhanced learning models
demonstrating a variety of reusable digital learning objects used in undergraduate and postgraduate education
discuss best practices in technology-enhanced learning
Describe in 500 words a concrete plan of action of how to use eLearning in your teaching activities, including justifying when eLearning is used, AND demonstrate using either a hyperlinked document or via blog, how you will apply what you have learnt in the workshop.
Assignment Deadline: 09 September 2016
Text & Readings
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