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Create the Textbook of the Future


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Open.Michigan partnered with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Michigan and the Learning Resource Center's Multimedia team to host two brainstorming sessions in January 2011, bringing together U-M community members from across campus. Results and activities can be found at:'Textbook'_of_the_Future

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Create the Textbook of the Future

  1. 1.<br />CC: BY-SA by opensourceway<br /><br />Create the Medical Digital ‘Textbook’ of the Future<br />Emily Puckett Rodgers<br />January 13 and 20 2011 <br />Except where otherwise noted, this work is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.<br />Copyright 2011 The Regents of the University of Michigan<br />
  2. 2. Introduction<br />January 13, 2011<br />Phase One: Identifying Opportunities<br />Phase Two: Design<br />
  3. 3. Who<br />Collaborators<br />Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics<br /><br />Learning Resource Center<br />- Multimedia Development team<br /><br />Open.Michigan <br />- Catalyst Series<br /><br />
  4. 4. Who<br />Our mission is to help faculty, enrolled students, staff, and self-motivated learners maximize the impact of their creative and academic work by making it open and accessible to the public.<br />We help you:<br />View and download course materials and educational resources made by the U-M community<br />Learn how to create your own open resources and share them on the web using tools and guides.<br />Explore the U-M open community and its many projects.<br />
  5. 5. What<br />Includes:<br /><ul><li>Lecture slides
  6. 6. Audio and video
  7. 7. Image banks
  8. 8. Syllabi
  9. 9. Reading Lists
  10. 10. Assignments
  11. 11. Bibliographies</li></ul>Any materials associated with teaching and learning! <br />
  12. 12. How<br />are educational materials and resources offered freely and openly for anyone to use and under some license to remix, improve, and redistributed.<br />
  13. 13. License<br />Open.Michigan works with the U-M community to produce content that is licensed under these creative commons licenses.<br />CC Licenses work alongside copyright<br />Creative Commons licenses are not an alternative to copyright. They work alongside copyright, so you can modify your copyright terms to best suit your needs. We’ve collaborated with intellectual property experts all around the world to ensure that our licenses work globally.<br />Attribution<br />cc by<br />Attribution Non-Commercial<br />cc by-nc<br />Attribution Non-Commercial Share Alike<br />cc by-nc-sa<br />Attribution Share Alike<br />cc by-sa<br />
  14. 14. Design Thinking<br />Suspend judgment, Participate, Generate many ideas, Dialogue<br />Phase One: Identifying Opportunity <br />Phase Two:<br />Design<br />January 13<br />Phase Three: Prototype Phase Four: Scale and Spread<br />January 20<br />CC: BY-SA by CannedTuna<br /><br />
  15. 15. Design Thinking<br />Phase One: Identifying Opportunities<br /><ul><li>Research
  16. 16. Dr. MayaHammoud’s introduction
  17. 17. Group introductions and backgrounds
  18. 18. “Yes, and…”; serve the scene
  19. 19. Rapid creationof themes, priorities, audience, issues
  20. 20. Group presentations </li></ul>30 minutes brainstorming + 10 minutes group presentations<br />
  21. 21. Design Thinking<br />Phase Two: Design<br />“Yes, and…”; serve the scene<br />Inclusion of themes and beginning stages of designing a prototype<br /><ul><li>What does it look like?
  22. 22. How would it be used?
  23. 23. Who would use it?
  24. 24. What resources does it include?</li></ul>Group presentations <br />30 minutes brainstorming + 10 minutes group presentations<br />
  25. 25. Agenda<br />Next Sessions: Prototype and Scale and Spread<br />January 20, 2011<br />5:30-8:00 pm<br />Taubman Medical Library<br />Room 3901<br />
  26. 26. Introduction<br />January 20, 2011<br />Phase Three: Rapid Prototyping<br />Phase Four: Scale and Spread<br />
  27. 27. Who<br />Collaborators<br />Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics<br /><br />Learning Resource Center<br />- Multimedia Development team<br /><br />Open.Michigan <br />- Catalyst Series<br /><br />
  28. 28. Agenda<br />Creating the Digital Medical ‘Textbook’ of the Future<br />Session Two: Rapid Prototyping and Scale and Spread<br />Common themes from last week’s sessions: <br /><ul><li> tracking personal progress
  29. 29. built-in learning assessment
  30. 30. ability to find specific information
  31. 31. community of practice
  32. 32. feedback features: annotation, rating, comments
  33. 33. collaborative environments
  34. 34. case studies and personal narratives
  35. 35. expert resources robust search capabilities
  36. 36. resources in a variety of media (text, image, audio, video, 3-D)
  37. 37. agile and modular
  38. 38. user ownership features (group collaboration, feedback, personal collections, author content)
  39. 39. device compatible</li></li></ul><li>Design Thinking<br />Phase Three: Rapid Prototyping <br /><ul><li>“Yes, and…”; serve the scene
  40. 40. Physical prototyping and user scenarios
  41. 41. Group presentations </li></ul>30 minutes + 10 minutesgroup presentations<br />
  42. 42. Design Thinking<br />Phase Four: Scale and Spread<br /><ul><li>“Yes, and…”; serve the scene
  43. 43. Implementation in department
  44. 44. How can this prototype can fit into the structure of the UMMS system?
  45. 45. How will this textbook of the future be dispersed, modified or used in the future?
  46. 46. Consider real world obstacles and feasible resolutions.
  47. 47. Review the objectives. 
  48. 48. Set aside emotion and ownership of ideas. 
  49. 49. Avoid consensus thinking.
  50. 50. Remember: the most practical solution isn't always the best. 
  51. 51. Select the powerful ideas.</li></ul>15 minutes<br />
  52. 52. Agenda<br />Agenda<br />Opening Remarks<br />5:30-5:35 Emily PPR welcome, brief introduction of Open.Michigan and staff<br />5:35-5:40 Chris Chapman, brief introduction of LRC and staff<br />5:40-5:50 Maya Hammoud, brief introduction of design challenge<br />5:50-6:00 Emily PPR, summary of activities and outcomes from last week's session and outline of expectations for this session<br />6:00 Dinner and informal discussion<br />6:30 Rapid Prototyping: Two groups: Novice and Expert learner<br />7:15 Group Presentations <br />7:30 Scale and Spread: One group<br />7:45 Discussion of next steps<br />
  53. 53. etc.<br />Additional Resources<br /><br /><br />