This meeting is organised by the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Special Interest Group of ASME, whose aim is to share knowledge and disseminate best practice. In particular the group has identified the need to develop a robust evidence base to support and inform the use of TEL.
This event is free to attend (compulsory registration) and open to all ASME members and anyone interested in Technology Enhanced Learning.
The programme for the meeting will be as follows:
10.15am – 10.30am
10.30am – 11.30am
Digital agility in post-pandemic medical education: myths and reality.
By Clare Thomson, Digital Education and Enhancement Consultant,
Office for Digital Learning, Ulster University
11.30am – 12.30pm
Cost-Effective and Tailored: 3D Printing in Medical Education
by Amirmohammad Heidari and Maryam Borumand,
University of Buckingham Medical School.
12.30pm – 1pm
Break for lunch (30 mins)
1pm – 2pm
TEL-ing Tales of ePortfolio practice
by Tim Vincent, Senior Learning Technologist, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
and Jane Williams, Director eLearning, Bristol University Medical School/ Faculty Health Sciences
2pm – 2.15pm
Break (15 mins)
2.15 – 3pm
General TEL session: What would ASME members like to discuss? What themes are they interested in? What would they like to hear about?
3.15 – 4pm
ASME TEL SIG member’s session only