Presentation on theme: "An electronic case recording system for student use on clinics 31 st August 2009 C Trace BVetMed MRCVS e-Media Unit4."— Presentation transcript:
An electronic case recording system for student use on clinics 31 st August 2009 C Trace BVetMed MRCVS e-Media Unit4
Student numbers on rotations are increasing at the RVC… The Situation:
Student numbers on rotations are increasing at the RVC… but without an increase in number of cases in all rotations The Situation:
Students not satisfied with the way theyre assessed, and often lack feedback National Student Survey 2008
Our response: Develop a system that: Students can enter cases into Students can utilise to work through cases Students can use to look up cases Staff can use as a teaching resource Can satisfy both staff and students
Feedback Would be a good way of revising for finals, as a lot of these questions are case- based e-Cases are good if its quiet on rotations, as can look up cases They reinforce a logical approach to solving a case, which would be useful in practice e-Cases are good at getting the students to work up a case in a structured manner They help facilitate deep learning
Problems weve encountered Getting e-Cases through for uploading Quality control not always adequate Owner consent Ownership of content – student or RVC?
Outcomes: Clinicians using system in small animal, farm and equine rotations All final years exposed to system Over 25 cases edited and shared online Second stage of project now being planned
Contact details firstname.lastname@example.org (0044) 1707 666 867 Presentation and summary available at: www.rvc.ac.uk/amee
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