Media Utilization at UTMB Health School of Nursing Miriam P. Rodríguez Roxann Grover Gwendolyn J. Simmons
Media Utilization & The Instructional Design Process Media Utilization is the use of media to convey a message, usually instructional, to obtain a desired outcome from a defined audience and setting while addressing learning styles and available mediums. Click on picture to start video
Media Utilization at UTMB Health SON The University of Texas Medial Branch of Health School of Nursing is dedicated to the using the framework provided by Instructional Design and Technology to make the most use of the Media Rich Resources at its disposal.
History of UTMB Health SON Located at 1100 Mechanic, Galveston, TX 77555-1029 Recently celebrated its 120th anniversary Oldest school of nursing in the Southwest
UTMB Vision “The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing is committed to ensuring its position as a leader in nursing education through the development of innovative educational programs that prepare graduates to meet the health needs of society in the 21st century” (Chaisson, 2011, para. 1).
Office of Educational Technology Most programs offered online Classroom based coursed are web-enhanced Nursing Interprofessional Simulation Center eCamp training Creative Common License
NISC State of the art facility that provides an interactive environment that simulates a variety of clinical settings. Resources available to all nursing students have been selected in order to facilitate the acquisition of nursing knowledge and skills which in turn link education, research and practice. (UTMB Health School of Nursing, 2011, para 1).
UTMB Mission The mission of The University of Texas Medical Branch School of Nursing at Galveston is to provide scholarly teaching, conduct innovative scientific investigations, provide state-of-the-art, culturally relevant patient care, and contribute to the health of the community through professional and public service. The concepts of health promotion, human response to illness, and healing practices provide a framework for all School of Nursing activities including teaching, research, patient care and service commitments (Chaisson, 2011, para. 2).
Identifying, Selecting, and Utilizing Appropriate Technologies to Fulfill Mission Online Education Variety of resources Simulations Sim Man Partial Limb Interactive Computer Simulations Demonstrations Video Lessons Click on picture to start video
Electronic Resources Through Academic Resources The mission of Academic Resources is to create access to scholarly information and develop innovative knowledge management services and products that support and enhance learning, teaching, research, patient care and public service activities of the University of Texas Medical Branch and the community it serves (http://ar.utmb.edu/ar/ARHome/AboutAR/tabid/131/Default.aspx). Academic Computing Academic Technology Center Classroom Services Graphic Services Moody Medical Library Online Testing Center Photography Printing Services Quick Copy PDA eCamp
Available Resources Academic Computing Academic Technology Center Maintains the course management system Provides custom programming services Available for consulting and support Library Services Photography Services Supports the design and development of curriculum and multimedia instructional material for a web-based environment. Develops and supports online presence School related Photography & Videography
Available Resources Graphic Services Photography Help students create effective, professional and affordable projects. Work on and off campus to provide any Event, Clinical, Product, or Portrait
Available Resources Moody Medical Library Online Testing Center Facilities for computer-based testing. Provides a variety of online resources to help students and staff conduct research on any topic.
Available Resources Printing Services Quick Copy Assists with any printing need. Printers and photocopiers are available, for student use, for a nominal fee.
Available Resources Classroom Services PDA Assists with room reservations and audio/visual needs Certain programs have replaced their traditional textbooks with PDA Software
Available Resources eCamp Telemedicine Each semester new students are invited to attend an eCamp training session that shows them the technology they will use in nursing school. Click on picture to start video
Communication Web courses Various newsletters Emails Public web site Internal web site Blogs
Conclusion Media Utilization Instructional Design and Technology
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