This presentation is related to the integration of technology into all aspects of interprofessional/nursing curricula and programs. The project focuses on emergent technologies and methodologies for research, teaching, and learning. There is significant literature describing “lecture capture” whereby content presented to students in a classroom is recorded during the actual lecture and posted for use by students after the scheduled class time. This presentation will demonstrate a template for presenting concepts to students before they attend a scheduled class by posting key concepts through a variety of multimedia tools. These multimedia “moments” provide the concepts to students and require them to reflect on course content, respond to questions before attending class using social software, then interact and engage with faculty and other students in scheduled class time. The template for Concept Capture supports reverse pedagogy with students being given the basic concepts and tools and it requiring the students to move the learning and teaching forward to increased understanding of course content.
This project will be designed using a (MODEL) template that represents multi-dimensional, open, digital environments for learning as well as scholarship (research, teaching and learning). The multi-dimensions, for example, relate to users, tools, components, places, and spaces with openness defined as a way of organizing activities that favors access, participation of various stakeholders, and collaboration. The Concept Capture template will be the result of collaboration between IT personnel, web designer personnel, students, and faculty and will provide a starting point that faculty could “adapt not adopt.” The research results will give an indication of the students’ reaction to the template and how it could be revised and enhanced for future use.
|Keywords:||Concept Capture, Multimedia, Students, Learning|
Associate Professor, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Assistant Professor, College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Independent Artist, London, UK
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