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Workshop given at IAMSE 2013 meeting in St. Andrews

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Workshop on Personal Learning Environments - Tools For Medical Apprentice Learners Workshop on Personal Learning Environments - Tools For Medical Apprentice Learners Presentation Transcript

  • Workshop / Focus Session on
Personal Learning Environments - 
Tools For Medical Apprentice Learners"Michael P. DAlessandro, M.D."michael-dalessandro@uiowa.edu"Donna M. DAlessandro, M.D."donna-dalessandro@uiowa.edu"Educational Informatics"www.educationalinformatics.org"www.slideshare.net/michaeldalessandro"Departments of Radiology and Pediatrics"University of Iowa College of Medicine / University of Iowa Childrens Hospital"
  • Disclosures"•  Nothing to disclose"
  • Some Questions"•  Where are you from and what do you do?"•  What is a question you want answered from thisworkshop?"
  • Goal"•  Demonstrate how personal learningenvironments can be used in medicaleducation"
  • Workshop Outline"•  Define"•  Personal learning environment and learningportfolio"•  Demonstrate examples"•  Medical students / residents / faculty"•  Define best practices interactively throughdiscussion"
  • The Learning Continuum"Data -> Information -> Knowledge - > Wisdom / Mastery"[acquired + organized] [reflected] [shared] "Personal learning environment -> Social learning network"[focus on individual] [focus on group]"
  • Definitions"•  Personal learning environment (PLE) "•  Composed of mobile devices, apps, and Web sites thatwill allow medical apprentice learners to capture, store,organize and make retrievable their medical experience"•  Help support medical educations increasing emphasison problem-based and case-based learning inundergraduate, graduate, and continuing medicaleducation"•  Help to focus medical learning and allow individuals tobetter enjoy their voyage towards medical mastery"•  Can be used at all levels of medical education by alllearners and should facilitate communication amongstand between learners at all levels"•  This usage can begin the first day of medical school andcontinue throughout their career"
  • Definitions"•  Learning portfolio (LP)"•  Repository of interesting cases and other professionalexperiences and what you have learned from them"•  Coupling of reflective practice along with the creation ofLPs plays a key role in the learning continuum"•  Educational construct: Adult learning theory = Learningsituated in practice"•  Schons theory of clinical problem solving / model of reflectivepractice / learning cycle"•  For each case: Question ~ Story ~ Answer ~ Impact on Practice~ Resources Used"
  • Medical Student Personal Learning Environment"Custom search engine Apps / Web sites Learning Portfolio"Librarians indirectly play a key role in this"
  • Pediatric Resident Personal Learning Environment"Custom search engine Apps / Web sites Learning Portfolio"Librarians indirectly play a key role in this"
  • Radiology Faculty Personal Learning Environment"Custom search engine Apps / Web sites Learning Portfolio"Librarians indirectly play a key role in this"
  • E-Memory System - Digitization Of Your Life"•  A digital archive ofyour life"•  "Lifelogging""•  Made possible /inevitable by"•  Most memories aredigital"•  Near-infinite spaceto store them"•  Every improvingtechnology to recallthem"•  Captures, stores,organizes and makesretrievable yourexperience +reflected wisdom"•  You become thelibrarian, archivist,cartographer andcurator of your life"•  Early example:www.evernote.com"
  • Time To Reflect…"•  How many people have a personal learningenvironment?"•  If so, what is in it?"
  • Defining Best Practices For aPersonal Learning Environment"•  What is the role of the desktop / laptop?"•  Mobile devices"•  What form factor is best?"•  Phone vs. Phablet vs. Tablet"•  What platform is best?"Android vs. Blackberry 10 vs. iOS vs. Windows 8"•  Open vs. closed"•  Marketshare"•  Fragmentation"•  Upgradability"•  Security"•  Number of apps"•  Overall ecosystem"•  User satisfaction"•  Cost"
  • Defining Best Practices For aPersonal Learning Environment"•  Apps"•  Which are most powerful / most useful / most open?"•  Reference"•  Communication"•  Learning portfolio (Information storage + organization)"•  Web sites"•  Which are most powerful / most useful / most open?"•  Reference"•  Communication"•  Learning portfolio (Information storage + organization)"
  • Defining Best Practices For aPersonal Learning Environment"•  Your data and information"•  How do you maintain control of it?"•  Who owns your data?"•  How do you keep it secure?"•  Physically"•  Electronically (encryption)"•  Professionally"•  How do you keep it backed up?"•  How do you ensure its interoperability? "•  How do you migrate it to future hardware and softwareplatforms?"•  - Or - How do you own your data and keep it in a formatthat can be reused throughout your professional life?"
  • Defining Best Practices For aPersonal Learning Environment"•  Professionalism"•  How do learners respect confidentiality and utilize PLEs in aprofessional manner?"•  Am I allowed to use Dropbox / Evernote / Google Docs / etc. by theinstitution? Or are they filtered?"•  If not, am I forced to do my work at home rather than at theinstitution?"•  Posting of even non-Protected Health Information may not beallowed by institution"•  Should I go back to paper for Protected Health Information?"•  Are Personal Learning Environments an institutionalconcern or an individual concern?"
  • Conclusion / Call For Action"•  You are now armed with the knowledgenecessary to successfully advocate for thecreation of personal learning environmentsat your institutions"•  Your plan of action"•  Will you create or refine a personal learningenvironment? "•  For yourself? For your institution?"•  What are / is your first steps?"•  When will have your first step done?"•  Put this by your computer…"
  • References"•  Manning PR, DeBakey L. Medicine:Preserving the Passion in the 21st Century.2003; Springer: Berlin, Germany"•  Bell G, Gemmell J. Your Life, Uploaded: TheDigital Way to Better Memory, Health, andProductivity. 2010; Penguin: New York, NewYork"•  www.totalrecallbook.com"