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Tag: elearning

Remediation: IAMSE Online Open Access Learning Seminars

Take advantage of the free Remediation in Health Sciences Education sessions, brought to you by the International Association of Medical Science Educators (IAMSE). The four-part series features an array of remediation topics, including: Trust and Remediation: Entrustable Professional Activities and Trust Decisions Sharing Assessment Information: Why, How, and What to Consider Remediation of Gaps in Clinical Skills […]

July 2, 2018

Article Plus 5 – November 2016

Spotlight Article The non-traditional student and relationship with online learning technology is becoming more and more prevalent in education today. However, some institutions are having some resistance when it comes to fully embracing the idea of online classrooms. Read this paper about overcoming these barriers, specifically at an American university in Lebanon. Article specifics: El Turk, […]

November 8, 2016

Article Plus 5 – July 2016

Spotlight Article Interprofessional collaboration is a big part of health education, but how do faculty members actually feel about its implementation? Because there has not been much research done on the topic, this study was conducted. See what the response was from health care faculty in Nebraska. Article specifics: Beck Dallaghan, Gary L. et al. Faculty attitudes about […]

July 10, 2016

Women in eLearning: micro-inequities add up to macro-inequities

Women in eLearning: Micro-inequities Add Up to Macro-inequities by Karl Kapp : Learning Solutions Magazine // // A number of years ago I was introduced to the term “micro-inequity.” The term means that in everyday actions and language, people tend to dismiss, overlook, ignore, or devalue people based on small phrases, actions, and word choice […]

December 9, 2015