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In September 2010 the School of Medicine at the University of Leeds loaned iPhones to all of its 4th and 5th Year students. By supplying students with a formative assessment application and a range of e-books, including the BNF, it was hoped that the use of the technology would encourage and enhance the near patient learning experience as well as provide learning resources and opportunities which students can access wherever they are.
The project has produced findings related to assessment, reflective learning, student engagement with mobile learning and the impact of the use of mobile devices on professional image.
This workshop will present the findings from the ongoing evaluation to help others consider and formulate their own mobile learning strategies.
09:30 Coffee and registration
10:00 Welcome and Introduction
10:10 The Importance of Mobile Learning for Medical Students
10:30 Leeds Mobile Project Overview, feedback and hands on activity
11.30 (Coffee available during activity)
13:30 Mobile possibilities - round table activities
14.30 Student and Clinical Teachers Perspective
15.10 Discussion – Implications for your mobile learning strategy
(Coffee available during activity)
15.40 Feedback from exercise
15:55 Plenary and key considerations
By attending the workshop it is hoped particpants will:-
Leeds UniversityRoom X, Floor 8 School of Medicine Worsley Building Clarendon Way
|Date:||1 day event
02 Mar 2012 from 09:30
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