Preparing the next generation: Flexible delivery of clinically relevant health professional education
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Increasingly eLearning, and multimedia resources are blending with other forms of clinical education to provide experiences that maximise both foundational learning for Health Professionals, and learning-readiness for the application of this knowledge in clinical areas. Academics within the School of Nursing and Midwifery work with a health-focused team of flexible delivery specialists to develop resources for a diverse student group. Best practice instructional design, experienced clinical practitioners, and the latest technology have allowed the school to bridge the gap. This presentation will showcase a range of eLearning activities developed for an undergraduate curriculum delivered in a multi-campus environment. A commitment to using technology such as targeted audio and video, 3D animation, and interactive flash programming to support pedagogy, provides an opportunity to deliver high quality learning activities.
Proceedings of E-Learn 2007, World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education
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