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collaboration and information sharing can be especially important in the case of patients with multi morbidities because of the number of healthcare professionals that may be involved in their care the author's objective is to develop a tool that can be useful to healthcare professionals in caring for multi morbidity patients the authors describe the shared care platform which they've developed a platform consists of two parts social network component and the clinical wall and clinical decision support system the authors acknowledge that this study was carried out within the framework of the pipe project p ites this project was financed by the spanish ministry of science and innovation you already have experience using discussion tools such as the blackboard discussion tool within our course and I might add that you've been doing a great job with that some of the discussion type tools include Ning and audio discussions such as Blackboard Collaborate we'll talk about some video discussion tools here a little later in the presentation wiki's are web pages that can be shared and edited by others when well known example is Wikipedia WikiLeaks illustrates the power that allowing others to contribute can have I'm sure you've seen some comments about this in the news a couple of examples of wikis include wiki spaces as well as Google Docs blogs are useful for keeping people posted about what is happening with you your department organization and allowing users to add comment blobs are similar to wikis that typically offer a more journalistic style with entries organized by date you may have already participated in a a RC Connect which offers several blogs related to issues of interest for respiratory care professionals if not I suggest you get on there and check it out these voice over IP or voice over Internet Protocol tools offer the ability to engage in audio or video conversations one-on-one or with a group of college they're useful for keeping in touch with friends as well as your professional college Google Hangouts can be utilized to speak with up to 10 people at once using video chat very cool if you haven't given this a try I suggest you do so the similar type product google can be allowed to speak with up to 12 people at once using video chat having the ability to see people and read their body language and facial expressions as a whole nother dimension to communication so well it's great to be on a conference call using a phone and I think it's even better at least more informative when you can actually see the folks you're speaking with skype can be allowed to speak with up to 10 people at once as well for skype a premium account is required by at least one member of the video chat and the cost for that premium account is approximately ten dollars a month but it likely may have changed by now skype is also available for single connection calls the family friends and colleagues as well skype was one of the earlier pioneers in this type of technology there's a good chance you've used some of these instant messaging tools they're available for computer use as well as smartphones and tablets AOL Instant Messenger was one of the early earliest apps available when does instant message your facebook yahoo messenger google chat and more recently twitter using direct messages available on twitter most of these are available at no cost give them a try if you haven't already I do a lot of Maya continuing education credits utilizing information that's presented to me via webcast so if I have a tons of webcast using many online services including adobe connect and gotomeeting these are great ways to get your message out there and have interaction with your audience at the same time there are a number of services available for web conferencing some are free at least to give them a try there are very very pricing options available so give one or two of these a try it just as an example I've put up in the illustration of fee structure in plans for Mikado pricing ranges from the basic plan up to the enterprise custom premier business account you can see that the basic plan includes one single user one participant per session and allows you to utilize the standard features whereas the professional account which is sixteen dollars per month or 192 if you pay it annually allows for one single user 25 participants per session and standard and premium features are included so if you have an interest feel free to explore this option the AAR see routinely offers a number of programs using webcast many are approved for continuing


education units which can help managers two ways meeting their own CEU requirements as well as promoting a way in which their staff can continue their education and also meet licensure requirements in Ohio rest or care professionals must complete 10 continuing education units annually 20 every two year renewal period these online presentations offered by organizations such as the AER see and there are a number of companies but also do this provide presentations meeting the needs of many allowing one to view and participate in the discussion of important topics without the requirement of traveling to a conference i should add without the requirement or the expense of traveling to a conference but sometimes half the fun of being at a conference is being able to gauge in other discussions with folks your fellow colleagues who are at the conference so you do lose some of that unless you can arrange for some video chat to go along with this is this I just have one of the examples here listed patient safety in the hazards of suctioning which was a presentation done while by Bill lamb there are many many offerings very high quality and it also gives you a chance in many cases to hear experts in the field that perhaps you couldn't avail yourself of if you had to attend in person so really a great resource and one of the prime reason is why I like to stay involved with the AER see where you don't to think technology for assessment one of the things we might want to consider is the type of assessment that we're going to be engaging in pre testing is useful to determine learners already know about a given topic before they are involved in your continuing education or your less than or your training this can make instruction more tailored to the learner so if they already know a given topic we can skip that module and utilize their time more effectively this would be especially valuable in a clinical setting where oftentimes you're paying people who are attending the training so streamlined as much as possible and tell you that that presentation that module that education to the individual learner it can also provide a baseline so that if you want to assess performance gains after completion of a lesson or module you're able to do so by utilizing that a post-test formative assessment is utilized to help develop lessons help make adjustments help the learner to achieve certain certain goals provides feedback to them so they can develop further it also allows us to adjust teaching or training one example of some formative assessment might be to utilize the Student Response system where you have response devices that students can answer questions and so every few slides or every couple of minutes during a presentation they might ask a question you can also do this without the technologies just by asking a question and pulling the audience right and see where they're at but this allows you to see if they're really gaining or getting the getting the knowledge or getting the concepts that you're trying to present in real time while you're doing the presentation so if people aren't really understanding it you can go back and try and present it in some other fashion summative assessment similar to criterion test which you may have heard of provide a final measure at the end of a course or program to say what was learned what was achieved so a true measure of performance at the end or completion of the program not with the intent to provide feedback to make adjustments and further enhance learning although that can be done with them but they're really used as a final measure what was achieved what was gained you've taken some final assessments or summative assessments when you took your respiratory care credentialing exam right it was it was taken to see if you know enough to be a ward of that credential this course will have a comprehensive final quiz later on and another assessment is the final education program that you will be developing so not all summative assessments or quiz related sometimes it might be a major project well in the case of a master's degree program a lot of times it might be their thesis and the defense of that research that they've done in case the doctoral program the dissertation and similarly a defense of their work among the panel of experts so those are more of the summative type of assessments there are many assessment tools in quick search online we'll find you any number of different applications that you might utilize that are standalone applications the ones that I've presented here other than the stimulation are available within blackboards testing environment so our learning management system blackboard that we're utilizing for the course has a number of these options so you can develop assessments utilizing true and false questions with just those two choices for a response as opposed to multiple choice type questions including multiple multiple questions fill in the blank kind of questions or short answer type questions there are even full paragraph or much more developed response questions that would need to be scored in a less automated fashion hot spot questions allow you to click on spots in an image that would answer the question so you might have a whole bunch of bins full of maybe pieces of respiratory therapy equipment and in among all the other types of equipment in the picture might be an aerosol set up and you might ask a question which of these would be used to administer or prevent all to a patient and the correct answer would be scored when they click on the actual image so these allow for much more authentic and realistic assessment and similarly drag and drop where you can drag and drop labels onto an image or drag and drop other images onto an image and very briefly talking about simulation types of assessment you've all been through the clinical simulations and respiratory care and simulations have a great advantage in that they can put us into a very realistic testing situation without all the negative responses of the high risk type environment we're making a mistake can be harmful to the patient or to the customer


hence the need for flight simulators as well as clinical simulation so let's switch gears just a little bit here and talk about assessment of the program or the module with a lesson that you're going to develop in this case this is often effectively gun utilizing a survey with some standardized questions or it might just be some free-flowing open-ended questions but what we're trying to do is get a measure of the learners perception of the quality of the program content that was addressed and perhaps the instructor in their presentation style you're probably familiar with some of these with your continuing education modules where they often will have a survey distributed at the end of live presentation and in the webcast that are posted online many times the last similar questions what we really want to know that's essential is did the program meet the learners expectations and did it address the goals outcomes and objectives so the difference between were the outcomes goals objectives addressed in the program and did the learner actually master those and so many times people get these confused and they only want to ask if the program covered things or if these things were discussed or talked about during the program but a more authentic assessment is to ask you have some questions that assess the learners actual knowledge of those learning objectives after they've completed the program but both can be valuable in the last I just want to remind you to please take a look at the discussion activities associated with this lesson and look forward to hearing from you online take a chair I Bible college (evangelical).

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