Mobile Medical Education/MoMEd
The iPad Champions were a group of Year 5 and Year 6 students who were involved in the iPad pilot project from 2013 to 2015. Their purpose was to channel feedback about the project and produce training materials to support student engagement:
Krishna shows how she uses a wide range of Apps including iCalendar, Mind Node, Notes Plus, and iAnnotate. View video playlist
- Nicholas Andreou
Nicholas takes us through how he uses Dropbox with his iPad Mini. View video
- Krishan Patel
Krishan demonstrates the following Apps: Gray's Anatomy, Guidelines, and Notability. View video playlist
- Denise Osei-Kuffou
In the following video, Denise takes us through Evernote and its companion Apps. View video
The School of Medicine decided to implement a large scale mobile learning initiative in 2012. The e-Learning team set up a working group of about 30 people including academics, administrators and students. The group focused on the assessment of the potential mobile learning implementation from a contextualised and situated learning point of view.
The School of Medicine issued iPads Mini to students in years 5 and 6 of the MBBS course at the beginning of the 2013/14 academic term.
Main learning and teaching objectives:
- Some sign-off forms (DOPS) will be available electronically on the iPads allowing clinical teachers to assess students and submit the DOPS to the Faculty Education Office electronically, keeping a record on the students’ iPads.
- Students will be able to participate during lectures using virtual clickers hosted on their iPads.
- Students will access interactive iBooks for different clinical attachments.
- Students will be able to receive updates from different sites directly on their iPads providing a direct communication channel with clinical sites.
- All the course learning materials will be accessed via Blackboard Learn.
- Students on placements will be able to readily and easily access learning materials and their own notes, and be able to add reflections.