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tQuest: pathology and radiology testing

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Jan Grant from Salisbury NHS Trust spoke at 'Mobile learning: the real deal' about how she is building an app about pathology and radiology testing, using GoMo. View the video of Jan's presentation …

Jan Grant from Salisbury NHS Trust spoke at 'Mobile learning: the real deal' about how she is building an app about pathology and radiology testing, using GoMo. View the video of Jan's presentation here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ahr7A8CW5w

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  • Started to author elearning when our Trust adopted Outlook for email and wanted to train all staff in its useUsed a product called Opus and ran it over our Intranet, sending information to a SQL databaseRealised that online learning was the way to goAvon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire SHA together started using an LMS hosted by e2train (now Kallidus) in 2007Immediately became invaluable for delivering and recording training
  • Users are simply preferring other devices over a conventional PC
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    • 1. tQuest: pathology andradiology testing@HEAcademy@epictalkJan GrantSalisbury NHS Foundation Trust#mRealDeal
    • 2. Authoring online learning since 2002Adopted a Managed Learning Environment(MLE) in 2007Have not created an app before@HEAcademy@epictalk #mRealDeal
    • 3. Why SFT wanted to be part of the developmentprogramme.Our Trust is keen to explore alternative ways ofproviding mandatory training.@HEAcademy@epictalk #mRealDeal
    • 4. Why our Trust wanted todevelop an appMLE not universally loved, and can be difficultto access.Huge growth in the use of tablets andsmartphones over PCs.We need to offer e-learning in the mostaccessible way possible.
    • 5. Choosing an appWanted to explore deliveringlearning in bite-sized chunks.tQuest is an additional part of asystem already in use, so the appcould be fairly small.
    • 6. AuthoringGoMo is very simple touse.Images can be madezoom-able.
    • 7. AuthoringNeed to thinkdifferently.Text and images
    • 8. AuthoringTrying to create asimulation –screenshots look toomuch like the realthing!

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