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Quality of e-Learning – How are we doing and can we do better?. Inger L Santesson, Jan Florin & Marie Elf Högskolan Dalarna, Falun. Why e-Learning in Nursing education?. Information skills – Evidence-based nursing

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quality of e learning how are we doing and can we do better

Quality of e-Learning – How are we doing and can we do better?

Inger L Santesson, Jan Florin & Marie Elf

Högskolan Dalarna, Falun

why e learning in nursing education
Why e-Learning in Nursing education?

Information skills – Evidence-basednursing

Technology skills – To improve patient outcomes in a highly technical sector

Digital communication skills - e-Health (WHO 2012)

Flexibility – Increased mobility and diversity

Health care staff – even in rural areas

factors of importence for e learning
Factors of importencefor e-Learning

Accessibility

Flexibility

Interactivity

Personalisation

eadtu e xcellence eadtu e uropean a ssociated d istance e ducation u niversities
EADTU e-XcellenceEADTU – European Associated Distance Education Universities

Strategic management

Curriculum design

Course design

Course delivery

Staff support

Students support

strategic management
Strategic management

Visions and Strategies

NGL-Vision, Strategy & Researchprogram

Quality process

Organisation and management

e-Learning strategy – Educationstrategy DU

curriculum course design
Curriculum - Course design

Personalisation

ConstructiveAlignments

Explicit guidelines

Interactivity

Formative and summative assessment

Prevent impersonation and/or plagiarism

course delivery
Course delivery

Collaboration

Technical infrastructure

VLE (Virtuallearningenvironment)

Reliability and security

Portfolio

System maintenance

Information

staff support
Staff support

Education

Support/Feedback

Learning environment

Legal advice

Exchange and collaboration

students support
Students support

Support

Information

Responsibilities/Rules/Regulations

Services – different offices

Library

Alumni access

results
Results

E-learning needs to be a natural part of daily work such as…

Create arenas for discussions about the use of pedagogy, technology, experiences and skills among students and staff

Pedagogy in focus with pedagogical models and objectives focused on learning activities and goals

Monitoring the e-Learning impact on learning and students learning experiences regularly

Active Recruitment process of staff, training and research needs for developing e-Learning and learning outcomes

ICT department and NGL center should be invited and involved in curriculum/course design process and course delivering

Enhance collaboration with departments, research groups and institutions

strategies for the future
Strategies for the future

Quality improvement due to a framework

OER (Open Education Resources)

Flexibility and Transparency

Empowering of the Student - Responsibility

Develop new methods for Clinical practice and skills

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