The UNMC E-Learning Steering Committee is pleased to announce the funding of the following collaborative projects:
|College of Medicine|
|Sara Bares, MD/Uriel Sandkovsky, MD
Clinical Management of HIV Infection
|Carrie Elzie, PhD/Ryan Splittgerber, PhD
CALM: Clinical Anatomy Learning Modules
|Charity Evans, MD
Medical Education in Medical Ventilation
|College of Public Health|
|Denise Britigan, PhD
Health Literacy for Health Professionals
|College of Medicine|
|James Harper, MD
|Paul Larsen, MD
Pathophysiology of Headache
|Subodh Lele, MD
Diagnosis of Renal Neoplasms
|Jyoti Mahapatra, MD
Introduction to the Trauma Patient
|Maheswari Mukherjee, PhD
Fine Needle Aspiration Technique
|Jim McClay, MD
Introduction to Biomedical Informatics
|James O'Dell, MD
Gout: Driving to Better Understanding and Management
|Christopher Smith, MD/David Gannon, MD
Advanced Clinical Skills Team
|College of Nursing|
|Teresa Barry Hultquist, PhD
Employee Satisfaction: A Leader's Challenge
|Sara Brown, EdD
Productive Partnerships Through Community Engagement
|Connie Miller, PhD
Invasive Pressure Monitoring: Arterial and Intracranial Pressure
|College of Pharmacy|
|Ally Dering-Anderson, PharmD
OTC and Self-Care Topics: Incontinence, Sleep, Cough and Cold
|College of Public Health/College of Pharmacy|
|Kendra Schmid, PhD/Gary Yee, PharmD
|Andrew Dudley, PhD/Karen Gould, PhD
Grant Writing: Theory and Practice
|McGoogan Library of Medicine|
|Heather Brown/Alissa Fial, MLIS
Searching the Library for Evidence
|School of Allied Health Professions|
|Joseph Driewer, PhD
Particle Toss: The Physics of Radiation Interactions with Matter
An e-module is a 10-15 minutes e-learning platform that has no more than one or two learning concepts and incorporates a blend of teaching and assessment tools that may include video clips, direct instruction, gamification*, and social media.
Funding: Each approved module will be provided funds up to $3,000.
*Gamification is the use of game thinking and game mechanics in a non-game context in order to engage users and solve problems.
An e-course is a complete unit of a specific curriculum (e.g. anatomy or physiology) that is made up of several individual e-modules that can be used either independently or as part of a blended course.
A blended course, also known as hybrid, partially internet mediated, or flipped classroom, this instructional offering during which online interaction between instructors and students is integrated with traditional face-to-face classroom activities in a planned, pedagogically valuable manner. The percent of delivery that occurs online may vary. The class schedule should indicate any required on-campus face-to-face activity and provide the student with a clear explanation of when these activities will occur within the semester.
Funding: Each approved course will be provided funds of up to $30,000.
January 31, 2014
Final submission of completed e-modules
April 30, 2014
Final submission of completed e-courses. Support of e-courses will be accompanied by expectation of interim reports of progress.