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A Labyrinth based toolkit for managing a good practice risk assessment workflow and guidance for open educational resources.

A Labyrinth based toolkit for managing a good practice risk assessment workflow and guidance for open educational resources.

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    • Health Sciences and Practice &Medicine Dentistry and Veterinary MedicineHigher Education Academy Subject Centres
      eLearning in Health 2011 conference
      collaboration, sharing and sustainability in the current environment
      Game-Informed Risk Assessment?
      A Labyrinth based toolkit for managing a good practice risk assessment workflow and guidance for open educational resources
      Mr Stewart Cromar MSc, BSc (Hons)
      Senior e-learning Developer, The University of Edinburgh
    • MEDEV good practice and risk assessment toolkit
      To help in gauging risk in sharing learning and teaching resources as OERs
      Michael Begg, Suzanne Hardy, James Outterside, Lindsay Wood,
      Stewart Cromar, Megan Quentin-Baxter, David Dewhurst
    • Labyrinth @ Edinburgh
      FAQ
      Case sequencing tool, supporting branching logic.
      Virtual patient authoring & delivery system
      Developed in-house February 2005
      1200+ Labyrinths created so far
      Examples include virtual patients, quizzes, games and instructional tutorials
      Currently used by Edinburgh University staff & students, NHS staff, UK and overseas collaborators
      Open-source version available
      Gaming Elements
      Adaptive difficulty
      Replay value
      Scoring mechanisms
      Role-play
      Save progress, continue later
    • Exemplars
      eeSURG (Edinburgh Surgical Sciences Qualification)
      50+ Labyrinth cases
      CVS, GI, Locomotor and Specialties
      http://demo.essq.ed.ac.uk/
      Malawi: Scotland (Virtual Patient Development)
      37 completed Surgical and Clinical virtual patients
      http://malawi.mvm.ed.ac.uk/
      STARS (Stroke Training and Awareness Resources)
      100+ Labyrinth tutorials, virtual patients and exams
      http://www.stroketraining.org/
    • Typical Structure
    • Toolkit @ Newcastle
      Good Practice Risk Assessment Toolkit
      Will guide you through the maze of information available to help you judge the risk involved in sharing your learning and teaching resources openly as Open Educational Resources (OERs).
    • Collaboration
      MEDEV Toolkit Creation
      EDI UNI Labyrinth Integration
      The workflows associated with each toolkit comprised common start and endpoints.
      Between these points lay various possibilities for navigating all relevant decision points.
      Labyrinth was customised with a suite of extensions to develop its potential as a workflow management and guidance presentation tool.
    • Toolkit Overview
      Step-by-step
      Add resource
      (accept disclaimer)
      Guidance Sections
      Copyright
      Consent
      Quality Assurance
      Licence & Sign Off
      Websites
    • Step 1) Add a resource
      Basic Metadata
      Title
      Author
      Subject
      Description
      Publisher

      “URL Resource”
    • Step 2) Guidance Sections
      Example Content
      Primary information
      Ownership checklist
      Accessibility guidance
      Key questions
      Is there any evidence of properly informed written patient consent?
      Is there a single point of IPR?
      External resources
      GMC definitions
      Web2Rights OER IPR risk management calculator
      Internal Wiki
      Patient consent, pedagogy, glossary…
      “Typical Labyrinth Page”
    • Labyrinth Extensions
      New OOER Functionality
      Bookmarks
      Public comments
      Personal annotations
      Workflow map - visualizer
      “Visualizer”
    • Cross-site Communication
    • Seamless User Experience
      Functionality
      Stop and start
      Resume workflow on Edinburgh Labyrinth
      Review history
      Visualizer instance installed on MEDEV
      “Workflow Progress”
    • Final Steps
      Step 3) CC Licence & Sign Off
      CC by
      CC by-sa
      CC by-nd
      CC by-nc
      CC by-nc-sa
      CC by-nc-nd
      “I hereby declare that to the best of my knowledge the resource(s) I have uploaded for sharing online conform to best practice guidelines as outlined in the MEDEV OER risk assessment toolkit.”
      Metadata Syndication
    • Further Information
      Websites
      References
      M. Begg, D. Dewhurst, et al (2005). “Game Informed Learning: Applying computer game processes to Higher Education.” InnovateVol1 (6).
      http://www.innovateonline.info/