Workshop on Developing Effective Online Modules for CBD Anesthesia

Monday, March 27, 2017 - 17:30 - 19:30

Who should attend?  Any anesthesia Faculty and Residents who are designing e-Learning modules.

Programme

530-540pm           Introductions and refreshments

540-610pm           From theory to practice – Precision eLearning in Anesthesia

610-640pm           ABCs of designing effective online e-modules

640-720pm           Hands on workshop with opportunity to review eLearning Software, Learning Management Systems for the Department of Anesthesia what you need to know

Following this hands-on workshop, attendees will:

  • Understand the underlying principles and theories and evidence supporting effective online module
  • Review the anatomy of effective e-modules and pitfalls
  • Know what software to use for rapid authoring, design, hosting and integration with the Department’s Learning Management System or other systems
  • Receive design templates to use for their e-module creation
  • Review how to get scholarly credit for their e-learning designs 

REGISTER NOW VIA EMAIL:  Send an email to mailto:elearning.anesthesia@utoronto.ca -- subject = I am registering for the eLearning in Anesthesia Workshop Pt1  (elearning.anesthesia@utoronto.ca)

A HANDS-ON APPROACH-BRING YOUR LAPTOP: You are required to bring a laptop computer or tablet device with wireless capability.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES:

You will receive three resources that will help you properly design online measure the competencies and teaching effectiveness of your blended and online learning instructors:

                •              Checklist of key competencies.

                •              Template for designing e-modules for the Department of Anesthesia

                •              Metrics for measuring e-learning effectiveness

Presenter: 
Dr. Clyde Matava, Director, eLearning & Technology Innovations
Location
Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Avenue: Multimedia Room, 3rd Floor, PGCRL Building
Toronto
Contact
elearning.anesthesia@utoronto.ca
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