ASME Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) SIG one-day online network event


  The recent escalation of the digital tools and skills in teaching and learning reinforces the need for robust scholarship in this aspect of medical education. The ASME Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) SIG held a one-day online network event on Monday 28th March to provide the opportunity for ASME members to explore some of the many aspects of digital teaching and learning, and identify key areas that need further scholarship to benefit medical education. The programme included: Digital agility in post-pandemic medical education: myths and reality - Clare Thomson (Digital Education and Enhancement Consultant, Office for Digital Learning, Ulster University) exposed four unhelpful common myths in digital education and outlined helpful, evidence-based realities that benefit learners.Cost-Effective and Tailored: 3D Printing in Medical Education - Amirmohammad Heidari and Maryam Borumand (medical students at the University of Buckingham Medical School) gave a helpful overview of 3D printing in health education and training, and...

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