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Chart a New Course: Tips, Tricks and Tools to Incorporate Web-Based Technologies into your Clerkship
Workshop Text: Objective/Background: Now that you have decided to flip the classroom and move to a webbased clerkship curriculum, the hard work begins. Although there are many resources available on the Internet, which ones should you use? How should they be incorporated? Other medical educators have individually created one or two really great webbased curriculum components. Do you want to network and share electronic resources and ideas? Of course, it would be great to avoid reinventing the wheel and avoid common pitfalls! Workshop Agenda: Sharing best practices and evaluating outcomes are the first steps to creating an educational resource bank and national standards for webbased technologies in an OB/GYN clerkship. This workshop will begin with sharing some of the webbased technologies that have been working with our students, including interactive video clinical scenarios, multisite educational Podcasts, social media for student communications and electronic evaluation of medical knowledge and clinical performance. Interactive Component: We strongly encourage participants to bring digital resources that are working (and perhaps not working!) to share for discussion. Break out groups will discuss where we should focus our attention to best create and utilize webbased technologies for the educational curriculum of the future. Take home Product: We hope to create a collaborative of medical educators interested in standardizing content and structure for digital educational materials, as well as develop a catalog of content currently available content and what needs to be created.
Faculty Development Seminar, 2016, Resident, Clerkship Director, Clerkship Coordinator, Medical Knowledge, Practice-Based Learning & Improvement, GME, Assessment, Virtual Patient,