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    • Students as TEL partners to drive pedagogic innovation in Peninsula School of Medicine How students have championed innovative approaches and helped Peninsula School of Medicine to push forward with mobile, game based and 3D- based project initiatives. Marianne Glover Luke McGowan
    • About TELMeD  TELMeD team working for PUPSMD and PCMD  Develop education resources & systems  Work with staff and student authored content  Used to teach curriculum  Self directed learning
    • Student eResources  Student Authored Resources (StARs) section on the gateway  Suggested via VLE  Generated via curriculum (E.g. Doctors As Teachers module)
    • Development & support  Hands-on development pre-2013  Moved towards self-service  Support skills and tools  Xerte,  CMS  systems,  support websites,  drop-ins
    • Development & Support  2013+ trial student partnerships  Medical students propose projects to computing students ( ‘Speed dating’ October)  Successful applicants, advised within 1 week  Agile development methodology  Monthly meetings with tutors  Final presentations / exhibitions in March
    • Some examples
    • Game Based Learning  Special Interest Groups  Working with staff and students to investigate and develop GBL strategies  Gaming technologies  motion capture  VR  Unity 3D  haptic technologies
    • Example 1: ‘Crash Call’  Game designed by student  Won student-voted prize for innovation: “The information was easier to absorb in this format than in a textbook” “Fun and a great way to learn medicine which I have never used before” “It made me consider more game learning”
    • Example 2: ‘Infection’  Game designed by student for DAT  Interactive touchscreen game for iPAD  5 patient cases
    • Interactive Comic Book  Cartoon strips by student.  Online, interactive, animated  Evaluation with students  Presenting at ASM 2014 conference
    • Opioids in Paliative Care  Mobile App by student  NICE
    • Life As A Dyslexic  Student with LSK team  develop understanding about dyslexia  demonstrate challenges dyslexics face  shows how to help dyslexics reach full potential
    • Students Co-Authoring  Students co-authoring Virtual Patient cases  AMEE 2014 workshop (DME award)
    • Benefits to students  Teamwork / project management skills  Working with external providers  Develop educational skills (‘to teach’)  Learn by teaching  New resources made available to peers  Students identify learning gaps  Portfolio / CVs  Conferences and papers
    • Additional Benefits  Support SIGs (Special Interest Groups)  Develop resources for curriculum  Supports new ideas & approaches  Additional output  Address learning gaps  Traction for innovation  increases student satisfaction by putting ideas into practice
    • Issues to Consider  Time dedicated to student support  Administration  Skills development,  Tech support (e.g. account management, server issues etc.)  Achievable goals / managing expectation  Reliability of involved parties  Intellectual property rights & copyright  Keeping track of issues & dispute resolution  Completion of final usable product  Expert validation of content  Working beyond module deadlines  Informal contract for trade of labour (win-win)
    • Additional projects  Student podcasts project  Support Indicative Presentations
    • Thanks for your time Email: telmed@plymouth.ac.uk Phone: 01752 586821 Twitter: @psmd_telmed Blog: blogs.plymouth.ac.uk/telmed/