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1 Use of Technology in Education Deb Case-Cromer, RN, MS Coordinator for Nursing Education The Johns Hopkins Hospital E ducation R etooling

2 Do More, Faster, With Less! Increased need – regulations, legal, change, safety Financial constraints Increased need – regulations, legal, change, safety Financial constraints

3 Technology-Based Education Synchronous – chat rooms, online/video conferences, instant messaging Asynchronous – web pages, blogging, discussion, recorded live events, CBT (CD-ROM, online) Synchronous – chat rooms, online/video conferences, instant messaging Asynchronous – web pages, blogging, discussion, recorded live events, CBT (CD-ROM, online)

4 Learning Management Systems (LMS) 1. Deliver content 2. Test learning 3. Track and report 1. Deliver content 2. Test learning 3. Track and report

5 They Are Growing! Half of LMS implementations are less than two years old

6 LMS - Advantages Wherever/whenever Just in time Faster Reduce class time Consistency of content Improved tracking/ documentation People like it Wherever/whenever Just in time Faster Reduce class time Consistency of content Improved tracking/ documentation People like it

7 LMS - Limitations Not for all types of learning Different set educator skills Up front, visible cost Takes time Computer availability Technologically- challenged learners Not for all types of learning Different set educator skills Up front, visible cost Takes time Computer availability Technologically- challenged learners

8 Selecting a LMS – for starters… 1. Content/courseware 2. Authoring tool 3. Classroom training 4. Ease of use 5. Multiple languages 6. System performance 7. Technical issues –based on open industry standards for Web deployments (XML, SOAP or AQ) and support the major learning standards (AICC, SCORM, IMS and IEEE) 1. Content/courseware 2. Authoring tool 3. Classroom training 4. Ease of use 5. Multiple languages 6. System performance 7. Technical issues –based on open industry standards for Web deployments (XML, SOAP or AQ) and support the major learning standards (AICC, SCORM, IMS and IEEE)

9 Selecting a LMS – more… 8. Enrollment/assignment process 9. Tracking/report capabilities 10. Implementation services 11. Ongoing support 12. Timely product enhancements 13. Cost 14. Stability of vendor 8. Enrollment/assignment process 9. Tracking/report capabilities 10. Implementation services 11. Ongoing support 12. Timely product enhancements 13. Cost 14. Stability of vendor

10 Blended Learning High tech and high touch Uses more than one method based on: Type of learning Needs/styles of learners High tech and high touch Uses more than one method based on: Type of learning Needs/styles of learners

11 Simulation High impact, low risk training

12 Intranets: Just in time Just enough Just in time Just enough

13 Intranet: Just in Time

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18 Record Keeping System – Homemade

19 Record Keeping System – Store bought (Nightingale)

20 Attendance Tracking Devices Bar code scanners Magnetic strip readers

21 Gadgets & Gizmos Hand-helds Notebooks Data storage devices Projectors Cameras Digital whiteboards/ wall displays Etc. Hand-helds Notebooks Data storage devices Projectors Cameras Digital whiteboards/ wall displays Etc.

22 Dying for Information 33% - tension with colleagues and loss of job satisfaction 42% - ill-health 61% - cancel social activities 60% - frequently too tired for leisure activities 33% - tension with colleagues and loss of job satisfaction 42% - ill-health 61% - cancel social activities 60% - frequently too tired for leisure activities

23 Fun, Fun, Fun… Gets attention Decreases fatigue; energizes Increases creative thinking Activates long term memory Gets attention Decreases fatigue; energizes Increases creative thinking Activates long term memory


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