University of Nebraska Medical Center

Category: Technology

Engaging Students: Creating multi-sensory learning activities with the iWall

Multi-sensory learning means using more than just visual and auditory input for learning a subject. But introducing these teaching techniques into your classroom can be a challenge. Watch this interactive workshop covering the five critical components for developing multi-sensory learning activities. Using the iWall, faculty can create an activity that informs, entertains, motivates, educates, and engages […]

Jan 14, 2019

Old Way, Meet New Way: Ways to Teach with Echo360

Digital tools provide a rich opportunity for educators to deliver instruction and connect with learners. These tools have allowed faculty to rethink when and how we teach. Watch this session to learn about ways to teach with the Echo360 Active Learning Platform (ALP) — and see how it helps you make the right instructional strategy […]

Jan 10, 2019

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Putting Learners in the Driver's Seat

Discover how personalized learning steers students and trainees to greater competency Students and trainees engage with content in different ways and master certain skills at different times and places — and faculty who adapt their educational techniques to this self-paced, fluid style of learning see increased engagement and improved competency. Watch this session to discover […]

Jan 10, 2019

Role of e-Learning in Health Education

What does e-learning bring to teachers and their students? Interactivity. Collaboration. Engagement. Though technology continues to be integrated into many facets of life, education seems somewhat reluctant to accept it. Though steps have definitely been taken toward incorporating technology in the classroom, its usage is not embraced or even considered by all. In this session, […]

Apr 9, 2018

Boost Student Engagement: 10 Quick & Easy Strategies for Online Learning

Discover 10 easy strategies to boost engagement and improve online learning Watch this online workshop to help you identify 9 places in your course (especially those you teach online) where you can implement active learning strategies. Then, you’ll explore 10 different flipped and active learning strategies you can immediately apply. Each strategy is informed by […]

Mar 5, 2018

HEAL: Health Education Assets Library

The University of Utah’s digital asset library is a repository that allows medical educators to discover, download, and re-use over 22,000 medical education resources. The collection provides you with an expansive variety of free materials, perfect for creating visual imagery for course presentations, assignments, and assessments. View the Health Education Assets Library and begin enhancing your […]

Feb 21, 2018

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Beyond the Test: Ways to Assess Before It’s Too Late

New curriculum requirements. New accrediting guidelines. Education through simulation. Teaching in the clinic. These are all changing the way faculty need to approach assessment. No longer are traditional, high-stakes multiple choice exams the sure-fire way to know where students are struggling. But how is a faculty member supposed to make this shift? Are there ways […]

Feb 9, 2017

Beyond the Test: Assessment Techniques

Using iPads in Health Science Education

Technology can be a valuable ally in the classroom. Faculty and students are taking advantage of the power of iPads to make education more interactive, impactful, and ultimately easier to manage. The capabilities that tablets possess are astounding, with applications that streamline note-taking, create charts and graphs, host collaborative workspaces, and so much more — all […]

Dec 21, 2016

How Technology Is Reshaping Education

As blended learning, active learning, faculty and student content creation, and administrative changes take center stage, it is clear that technology has opened new pathways and interactive approaches with and between students. In this discussion, Dr. Julie Youm describes how the iMedEd Initiative at University of California, Irvine School of Medicine (UC Irvine) has served […]

Mar 31, 2016

Connecting the Dots in Health Care Roles: Learning with the EHR

In an already crowded curriculum, how can you incorporate tools to help students develop new skills and enhance classic methods of teaching? Think meaningful integration with electronic health records! By watching this session, you’ll see how the OneChart EDU training environment can be integrated into pre-existing curriculum. With its use, students will be able to […]

Feb 11, 2016

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