Author Archives: David Davies

About David Davies

I am an academic, occasional blogger, always interested in technology to enhance learning. All views expressed are my own.

Welcome to the May 2016 module

As a new module is about to begin, Emma and I welcome all participants and we look forward to meeting you for the start of the module on 9 may. We have prepared some simple preparatory exercises for you to take a … Continue reading

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June Meeting – Patient Safety

Originally posted on Salisbury Plain PBSGL:
The June meeting used the Patient Safety – learning from Human Error module.  This was a really useful module as it was less didactic and the members really got into it. The examples from…

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Welcome to a new module!

Welcome to all participants on the June 2014 Learning Technologies in Healthcare Education module. This is the official module blog, and will be added to from time to time throughout the week. You will notice that posts from previous modules … Continue reading

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End of a successful week

We have had a very productive week and everyone has made tremendous progress. When we started I think it would be fair to say participants had not had much experience with e-learning tools, and some were unsure how far they would be … Continue reading

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Where to find clinical learning resources

The following sites are good places to start looking for reusable clinical learning resources online: http://mededportal.org http://www.healcentral.org http://www.elearningrepository.nhs.uk http://www.intute.ac.uk/medicine http://open.jorum.ac.uk and of course… http://www.google.co.uk

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Warwick guide to blogging

Two great guides to blogging, the WMS Student Learning Space guide to blogging and a related guide produced by the Warwick Knowledge Centre.  

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How Twitter will revolutionise academic research and teaching

“Social media is becoming increasingly important in teaching and research work but tutors must remember, it’s a conversation not a lecture” Interesting article in The Guardian today, and very topical for our module participants. Thanks to @cathfenn for the link. … Continue reading

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