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Family Medicine Education Modules

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38 modules. 1400 pgs. 4 languages. 88K+ #YouTube views. Ms. Dascola talks about Googles Sites & #OER to the University of Michigan Collaborators Forum. July 2014.

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Family Medicine Education Modules

  1. 1. Family  Medicine   Educa/on  Modules     Stephanie  Dascola,   sdascola@umich.edu   License:  Unless  otherwise  noted,  this  material  is  made   available  under  the  terms  of  the  Crea9ve  Commons   A;ribu9on  4.0  License:  h;p://crea9vecommons.org/licenses/ by/4.0.  Copyright  2014.  
  2. 2. Key  Take  Aways   Google  Sites  is  an  excellent  resource.     –  Easy  to  use     –  Minimizes  errors     –  Superior  search  func9on     –  Mobile-­‐enabled     –  U9lizes  University  resources     –  Cost-­‐effec9ve     Slide  2  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  3. 3. The  Beginning   •  Tara  Master-­‐Hunter,  M.D.,  assistant  professor,   assistant  residency  program  director,  wanted   to  enhance  resident  physician  learning.     •  GME  Innova9ons  Grant,  2007   –  Three-­‐year  grant     Slide  3  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  4. 4. Audience   •  Residents   –  Self-­‐driven  during  rota9ons   –  Learners  took  pre-­‐  and  post-­‐tests  with  each  module   –  Required  for  gradua9on     •  Faculty  use  the  modules  as  a  reference     •  Occasional  guests     •  Bilingual  learners     Slide  4  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  5. 5. Authoring   •  The  content  was  developed  by:     –  Department  of  Family  Medicine   faculty  members  and  residents     –  U-­‐M  staff     –  Community  physicians   Slide  5  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  6. 6. Original  PlaDorms   •  SiteMaker     •  CTools     •  UM.Lessons     •  Password  protec9on  was  needed  due  to   image  copyright  issues  (kerberos/level  1)   Slide  6  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  7. 7. SiteMaker   •  32  separate  modules     •  Inconsistent  formaang   across  modules  and  within   modules     •  Did  not  work  well  on  mobile   devices   Slide  7  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  8. 8. The  Need   •  It  was  rumored  that  SiteMaker  and   UM.Lessons  were  going  to  be  re9red     •  An  opportunity  to  enhance  the  modules,   including  mobile-­‐friendly     •  Share  the  informa9on  with  the  public     •  Cost-­‐effec9ve   Slide  8  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  9. 9. Researching  the  Op/ons   •  We  contacted  several  groups:   –  Drs.  Stephen  Bayne  and  Domenica  Sweier,   Sch.  of  Den9stry  faculty   –  Lauren  Atkins  Budde,  Instruc9onal  Support   Services   –  John  Johnston,  CTools   –  Chris  Chapman  and  Jason  Engling,  Learning   Resource  Center  (LRC),  and     Juliana  Stange,  MLearning   Slide  9  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  10. 10. Working  with  LRC   •  Established  the  needs  and  goals     •  Worked  on  poten9al  solu9ons     •  Experimented  with  different  plaforms   –  Wiki   –  CTools   –  Sog  Chalk   –  PowerPoint   –  Google  Sites   Slide  10  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  11. 11. Narrowing  It  Down   •  Wiki  vs.  Google  Sites   –  Used  content  that  was  representa9ve  of  all  the   modules  (text,  images,  video)     –  Set  up  drag  pages  and  started  experimen9ng  with   the  features     –  Evalua9on  was  based  on  ease  of  use,     visual  appeal,  scalability,  func9onality   Slide  11  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  12. 12. Wiki   Slide  12  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  13. 13. Wiki  Pros  and  Cons  •  Pros:   –  Clean  design   –  Users  understand  it/are  used  to  the  format  &  layout   –  All  modules  would  be  united   –  Increased  usability  if  used  as  a  reference     •  Cons:   –  One  very  long  page,  not  good  for  learners   –  Sec9ons  did  not  lend  themselves  to  ease  of  moving  around   the  site   –  Not  as  easy  to  program  and  format   –  How  do  we  share  with  the  public?   –  Not  visually  appealing       Slide  13  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  14. 14. Google  Sites   Slide  14  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  15. 15. Google  Sites  Pros   •  Easy  to  use   •  Auto-­‐save   •  Visually  appealing,   themes   •  Scalability   •  Great  search  func9on   •  A;achments,  images,   and  videos   Slide  15  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules   • Handles  other   languages  very  well   • Manages   complicated  back-­‐end   programming   • Builds  the  sitemap   automa9cally   • Mobile-­‐friendly   • Analy9cs  
  16. 16. Edi/ng  a  Page  in  Google  Sites   Slide  16  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  17. 17. Google  Sites  Cons   •  Not  as  much  control  with  the  layout     •  Tables  do  not  render  well  on     mobile  devices     •  Cannot  double  click  on  choice  when  seang  up   the  naviga9on   –  Because  this  is  a  large  site,  there  is  lots  of  scrolling     –  Cannot  scale  the  window  of  pages       Slide  17  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  18. 18. Adding  a  Page  to  the  Naviga/on   Slide  18  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  19. 19. Adding  a  Page  to  the  Naviga/on   Part  II   Slide  19  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  20. 20. Side-­‐By-­‐Side  Comparison   Slide  20  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  21. 21. Page  with  Text  and  Video   Slide  21  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  22. 22. Page  with  Text  and  Image   Slide  22  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  23. 23. Other  Languages   Slide  23  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  24. 24. Addi/onal  Collabora/on   •  Through  Amy  Locke,  M.D.,  assistant  professor,   integra9ve  medicine  fellowship  director,   Open.Michigan  (O.M.)  also  became  a   collaborator.   –  Piet  Kleymeer   –  Dave  Malicke     •  O.M.  works  w/  faculty,  students,  and     staff  to  share  educa9onal  materials.     Slide  24  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  25. 25. Partnering  with  Open.Michigan   •  Reviewed  materials   •  Explained  different  types  of  Crea9ve  Commons   licenses;Licensed  the  content   •  Found  openly  licensed  replacement  images   •  Properly  a;ributed  images   •  Assisted  in  conver9ng  13  modules   •  Uploaded  videos  to  the  O.M.  YouTube  channel   •  Led  video  cap9on  transla9on  efforts   •  Trained   Slide  25  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  26. 26. Open.Michigan  Landing  Page   Slide  26  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  27. 27. Building  an  App   A  mobile  app  is  being   developed  with  the  MSIS   Office  of  Enabling   Technologies  using  the   “Sign  With  Your  Baby”   materials  (courtesy  of  Dr.   Michael  Fe;ers,  CC  BY-­‐ SA).   Slide  27  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  28. 28. Awesomeness   •  Thanks  to  Open.Michigan,  there  are:   –  Mul9lingual  YouTube  video  cap9ons   –  Shared  in  Africa   –  O.M.  is  the  top  referrer   •  Shared  with  U-­‐M  SPH   •  Shared  in  Japan   •  Added  three  new  modules;  more  to  come   •  Developed  two  other  Google  Sites  for  sharing   videos  &  slides;  control  access  w/  MCommunity   •  Using  Google  Sites  for  a  new  Intranet     Slide  28  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  29. 29. Next  Steps   •  Find  a  solu9on  for  the  tes9ng  and  evalua9ons     •  Possible  CME  credits   Slide  29  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  30. 30. Success   • Support  from  Department  of  Family  Medicine   leadership     • Maintenance  built  into  yearly  residency   curriculum  review     • eRVUs     • Dedicated  staff  support     • University  resources     • Licenses   Slide  30  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  31. 31. Highlights   •  Partnerships  formed  with  Learning  Resource   Center  and  Open.Michigan   •  Presence  on  Open.Michigan  website  and  YouTube   channel   •  Plaform:  Google  Sites,  all  modules  united   •  Excellent  search  func9on   •  Pages  of  content:  1400+   •  Languages:  English,  Japanese,  Romanian,     Spanish   •  Mobile-­‐enabled   Slide  31  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  32. 32. Thank  You   •  For  guidance,  assistance,  support,  and   empowerment     –  Chris  Chapman  and  Jason  Engling,  LRC     –  Dave  Malicke  and  Andrea  Matsumoto,   Open.Michigan     –  Josh  Budde,  Family  Medicine     Slide  32  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  33. 33. More  Informa/on   •  Department  of  Family  Medicine:   medicine.umich.edu/dept/family-­‐medicine     •  Educa/on  Modules  direct  link:   sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐ modules     •  LRC:  med.umich.edu/medschool/osp     •  Open.Michigan:  open.umich.edu   Slide  33  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  34. 34. 38  modules.   1,400  pages.   4  languages.   88,805  YouTube  views.     Slide  34  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  
  35. 35. Ques/ons?     sdascola@umich.edu   Slide  35  |  h;ps://sites.google.com/a/umich.edu/fammed-­‐modules  

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