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Presentation given by Kathleen Ludewig Omollo for the kick-off of the Ann Arbor Data Dive and analysis of African Health OER Network content and contacts.

Presentation given by Kathleen Ludewig Omollo for the kick-off of the Ann Arbor Data Dive and analysis of African Health OER Network content and contacts.

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  • Begin with brief introductions: Kathleen, 2010 graduate of SI and the School of Public Policy. Involved in Winter 2008 pilot of dScribe
  • The Ghanaian government aims to triple the number of healthcare workers, but according to a study by Dr. Frank Anderson from University of Michigan, the Ghanaian medical schools can only admit 30% of qualified applicants due to limited faculty size.

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  • A2 Data Dive: African Health Open Educational Resources Network Kathleen  Ludewig  Omollo,  University  of  Michigan   February  10,  2012   Ann  Arbor  Data  Dive    /  Data  Without  Borders     Slides  at:  h;p://openmi.ch/a2datadive-­‐healthoer   Except  where  otherwise  noted,  this  work  is  available  under  a   Crea8ve  Commons  A;ribu8on  3.0  License.     Copyright  ©  2012  The  Regents  of  the  University  of  Michigan.  
  • CHALLENGES  TO  HEALTH   EDUCATION  IN  AFRICA  •  low  budget,  small  workforce,  high  disease   burden  •  scarce,  aging,  and  emigra8ng  teaching  staff  •  not  enough  instructors  or  classroom  spaces  •  repe88ve  instruc8onal  responsibili8es    •  and….  
  • •  large  lectures  and  crowded   clinical  situa8ons   Ward  Rounds.  Photo  by:  University  of  Ghana.     Ward  Rounds  at  Kwame  Nkrumah  University  of  Science   and  Technology.  Photo  by:  Cary  Engleberg   2 minute video interview: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFjJe8ZJkJU
  • •  expensive,  out-­‐of-­‐date  materials   w/o  contextually  appropriate   scenarios  When  you  look  in  textbooks  it’s  difficult  to  find  African  cases.  The  cases  may  be  pre=y  similar  but  some>mes  it  can  be  confusing  when  you  see  something  that  you  see  on  white  skin  so  nicely  and  very  easy  to  pick  up,  but  on  the  dark  skin  it  has  a  different  manifesta>on  that  may  be  difficult  to  see.   Images  by:  Kwame  Nkrumah   University  of  Science  and     Technology.    -­‐Richard  Phillips,  lecturer,  Department  of  Internal  Medicine,  KNUST  (Ghana)  
  •  WHAT  IS  “THE  NETWORK”?  The  mission  of  the  African  Health  Open  Educa8onal  Resources  (OER)  Network  (est.  2008)  is  to  advance  health  educa8on  in  Africa  by  crea8ng  and  promo8ng  free,  openly  licensed  teaching  materials  created  by  Africans  to  share  knowledge,  address  curriculum  gaps,  and  support  health  educa8on  communi8es.  
  • Gather Existing Materials Assist health professionals in finding materials that are free, electronic, and openly licensed (i.e. expressly allow the general public to use, adapt, copy, and redistribute) APPROACH   Facilitate Discussion Foster dialogue Publicly between health Adapt and Create Distribute professionals around New Materials Materials pedagogy, policy, Provide tools andPromote the materials peer review, and openness guides for educators worldwide through via onsite consultation, and students to design, multiple online and discussion lists, conference license, and share offline methods calls, and newsletters learning materials
  • LEGEND Distribution Flow for African Health OER Network Health OER LOCAL INSTITUTIONS Server icon public domain, http://clker.com/ All other icons - excluding Computer trademarks - are public Lab domain or CC BY from http://thenounproject.com/ DVD/CD SAIDE Server OTHER (Public) Search Utility (Referatory) UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Hard drive Internet Television Service Print-On- Demand-Books Mobile Distribution
  • RESEARCH  QUESTIONS     FOR  DATA  DIVE  •  Which  educa8onal  materials  are  being  used,  by   whom,  where,  how,  and  why?  •  How  do  Network  par8cipants  interact  with  each   other,  who  is  interac8ng  with  whom,  and  for   what  purpose(s)?     Data  Sets  at  h;p://db.;/eA3B4MM1.      
  • LEGEND Distribution Flow for African Health OER Network Health OER LOCAL INSTITUTIONS Server icon public domain, http://clker.com/ All other icons - excluding Computer trademarks - are public Lab domain or CC BY from http://thenounproject.com/ DVD/CD SAIDE Server OTHER (Public) Search Utility (Referatory) UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Hard drive Internet Television Service Print-On- Demand-Books Mobile Distribution
  • PLUS,   CONTACTS  (IN  CIVICRM)   Image by lumaxart (Flickr)
  • QUESTIONS   Email:    kludewig@umich.edu     Event  Links   Event  Page:  h;p://a2datadive.weebly.com/     Project  Data  Sets:  h;p://db.;/eA3B4MM1     Websites  h;p://www.oerafrica.org/healthoer  (primary;  in  S.  Africa)   h;p://openmi.ch/healthoernetwork  (secondary;  in  U.S.)