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1 Learning Objects in Health Care Nottingham 24 th March 2009 Elinor Clarke (Associate Director –CIPeL)

2 Introduction – Cipel (CETL ) Contributions & developments –Learning Objects -production of LO, evaluation of LO –Undergraduate Healthcare Teaching and Learning (IPLP) –Patient Involvement –Repository Summary and Messages Introduction

3 CIPeL Centre for Interprofessional e-learning is a Government funded (HEFCE) CETL ( ) Collaborative CETL (Coventry University and Sheffield Hallam University) CIPeL has three stands of activity: –Learning Object (LO) design, production and evaluation –Research –Dissemination Learning Objects (LO) are designed and produced by Interdisciplinary teams. LOs placed in the CIPeL repository at and are utilised on all undergraduate health and social care Interprofessional Learning Pathway (IPLP) utilises IPLOs with all current Health & Social Care undergraduates* Service Users & Carers, Students and Staff are all engaged in producing LOs Research – exploration and evaluation of IPLP and small research projects e.g. MUVE. Reuse and repurposing of IPLO CIPeL – CETL ( )

4 Design and development issues Secondees, Core Team, Service Users and Carers, Students, Health & Social Care Educators Interdisciplinary teams (Academic, technologist, instructional designers) Software (eXe, Softchalk, Flash etc) Size matters Current Issues Reuse, repurposing and evaluations CIPeL – Experiences

5 Interprofessional Learning Pathway (IPL)

6 IPLO Examples

7 LO -examples

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9 The Rollercoaster Learning Object

10 A Carers Journey – Book of poems

11 Other Examples

12 Breast Cancer – patient Journey

13 Development – Genetics (Marfan, albinism & turners)

14 Evaluation of learning Objects – CIPeL workshop

15 CURVE Repository

16 70+ learning objects in CURVE IPLO –LP, IPLO, IDLO E-lecture (SHU) 3, Janes (4) Sarah (3), Ted (4) Statistics(6) Vegetables, Referencing, reflection, visual case study (2), prisoner scenario (1), narrative story Interprofessionality - attributes Reuse encouraged Repurposing supported and encouraged. Feedback and evaluation required Summary and messages

17 LO Any digital resource that can be re-used to support learning Wiley (2002) MUVE- Multi-User Virtual Environments IPLO digital resource which supports professionals learning with, from and about each other Clarke (2008) IPLO Attributes –RLO (Reusability) –CUILU (Compency) –CIPeL (Interprofessionality) Definitions


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