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Using A Virtual Birth Unit To Teach Midwifery Students

by Professional Development Officer at  Australian College of Midwives on Sep 27, 2009

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This is part of a workshop I ran with Dr Deborah Davis on Second Life and midwifery education at the Australian College of Midwives conference, Adelaide, September 2009. The presentation is about the ...

This is part of a workshop I ran with Dr Deborah Davis on Second Life and midwifery education at the Australian College of Midwives conference, Adelaide, September 2009. The presentation is about the work we have been doing with the virtual birthing unit in Second Life as part of the Second Life Education New Zealand project: http://slenz.wordpress.com

NB: I have to clarify that the BUD research was carried out by the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), not the University of Sydney

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  • sarahs Sarah Stewart, Professional Development Officer at Australian College of Midwives I have left my presentation as 'all rights reserved' for the time being because the evaluation report isn't out yet but I will change it to CC if you think I should.

    As for multi-platform information/educational design ...another research project in the making?!
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  • leighblackall Leigh Blackall, Educational Designer at La Trobe University Nice presentation Sarah.

    A minor error at 13 minutes. The copyright is CC by which means anyone can use, with attribution, and NOT required to use the same license. Such a license would be CC by SA. Last time I was involved, I recommended not to use the SA restriction. On that note, your presentation has used imagery and ideas from the project, and has republished them here with an All Rights Reserved license. That's ok, but I know you wouldn't have meant that to be. Its in your settings.

    The thing I really like about the project is that it uses a number of platforms. Most famously perhaps is its use of SL, but pleasing to see you reference the project blog, the Youtube info, the Wikieducator info, the Facebook communication channel, and now this Slideshare. To my mind, this is the more significant aspect of the project in terms of realising that no platform is as effective on its own, as it is or can be along with other platforms. Did we have any instrument to collect data on whether or not this aided access to information and learning? I suppose, given that the evidence values the interactive activities (in SL I assume) that we were not able to design multi platform access to such a thing, so the answer might be no.
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