Latest Digest from North TEL Support – 22 January 2020

1. News and Information

The Future of Immersive Technology in Health and Social Care Education: Thought Leadership Day

Educators and Education leaders from across the health and social care system, please join HEE for a day of discovery on 4 March 2020:

  • Hear about immersive technologies and their value in education from within and beyond the health and social care sector
  • Learn more about the different technologies, the evidence and their application
  • Immerse yourself and experience the range of technologies available in the Immerse Yourself Marketplace
  • Discuss with us the opportunities these technologies provide to improve health and social care education both now and in the future.

For more information or to register visit https://www.hee.nhs.uk/news-blogs-events/events/future-immersive-technology-health-social-care-education-%E2%80%93-thought-leadership-day
Applications close 24 January 2020

Health Informatics Career Pathways Project – Report commissioned by the national Building a Digital Ready Workforce Programme.

HEE’s Building a Digitally Ready Workforce Programme has commissioned a report with the aim of understanding how recruitment and retention (including progression) for health informatics can be improved by learning from the experiences of our existing workforce. The recommendations will primarily be aimed at those who have national or local responsibility for the informatics workforce.To download the report visit:  https://www.hee.nhs.uk/our-work/building-digital-ready-workforce/health-informatics-career-pathways-project

Job vacancy – Learning Technologies Lead – Harrogate

Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust are looking appoint a Learning Technologies Lead on a fixed term contract until 31/5/2021. The role will support the continued use and further development of our Virtual Learning Environment and Learning Technology resources to ensure that the Trust and its’ partners have appropriate learning resources in order to effectively support learner needs both now and in the futureFor more information visit: https://www.jobs.nhs.uk/xi/vacancy/?vac_ref=915914065

Learning Hub – NHS eLearning Repository’s migration

The Learning Hub’s Service Team is preparing for the migration of national systems.  The NHS eLearning Repository will be one of the national platforms that migrates to the Learning Hub.In readiness for the migration, the Learning Hub’s Service Team is working with the NHS eLearning Repository’s support team to ensure resources that will migrate continue to be actively used and all associated data is accurate and complete. Data analysis work is on-going to identify resources that require some form of data cleanse that is critical for a successful transition and in the coming months contact with publishers and/or contributors of resources will begin to support and fast track this process.In readiness for the migration of resources to the Learning Hub, it is important that all publishers ensure that their email and organisation in the NHS eLearning Repository (https://www.elearningrepository.nhs.uk/) are accurate and complete.

Learning Hub – usability testing

Having carried out several months of valuable user research, based around core user journeys and design, the Learning Hub Service Team is about to embark on the next exciting phase of the development cycle. Starting in January 2020, the team will be running the first usability testing sessions, where stakeholders and users from the 1000+ user research pool will be invited to get involved to help ensure the Learning Hub continues to be designed based on user needs.These usability sessions will continue to run through early 2020, working through new core user journeys as they are developed.If you are interested in being a part of this next exciting stage, contact Scott Mountifield (user researcher) on scott.mountifield@hee.nhs.uk or complete the participation form on the TEL Blog: https://telblog.hee.nhs.uk/user-research.For more information about the Learning Hub follow us on Twitter: @HEE_TEL, email: tel@hee.nhs.uk, visit: telblog.hee.nhs.uk to read blogs about our journey so far or visit: www.hee.nhs.uk/tel.

North TEL Event – 17 March 2020 – Save the date

Save the date for the next North TEL Event in Manchester on 17 March 2020.  Details of the day will follow but the event is a great way to meet and network with colleagues from across the North as well as be inspired by some of the wonderful TEL work the NHS are doing.

North Regional Server Migration

The North Regional Server will be migrated sometime in February.  While this should have little or no impact to any one accessing e-learning there is expected to be a short content freeze for about 48 hours during the event. This means that no content can be added or altered during this time. More details on the migration impact will be sent out via email at the start of February.

North Regional Server – Password changes

Accounts and passwords for the North Regional server will be changing in February. Rather than a generic Trust account we are now issuing individual accounts that can’t be shared. Thank you to everyone who has contacted us about needing a new account we will be issuing the details over the next few weeks. Have you registered for your new account?  If not, please email the North TEL Support Team, yas.elearningsupport@nhs.net.

2. Events

Webinars

How To Leverage The 70 20 10 Model For High Performing Employees– 23 January 2020, 12.00 EST

70 20 10. A traditional model, relevant for everyone who wants to create a successful employee training. Striving for L&D success? Then, you definitely need to know 70 20 10 extensively! Join this session, and learn everything about the model and its implementation! LearnUpon’s F. Kleven is an accomplished training strategist and she will share useful knowledge. The event is sponsored by eLearning Industry.For more information or to register visit: https://elearningindustry.com/webinars/leverage-70-20-10-model-high-performing-employees

The Kirkpatricks Say Only Fools Rush In…. to Tie Learning to Kirkpatrick Level 4 Results Friday – 24 January 2020, 8AM – 9AM PT:

Attend this informative webinar with Jim Kirkpatrick, Ph.D., Senior Consultant at Kirkpatrick Partners and Wendy Kirkpatrick, President at Kirkpatrick Partners to discover the missing link to connect training to organisational results. Find out what it takes to confidently implement programs and connect the dots to show the value they bring to your organisation or client. Come away from this interactive session with specific actions you can take today to make a real difference in your work and its impact.

For more information or to register visit: https://www.trainingmagnetwork.com/events/1826

Digital Learning Tips and Tricks from Neuroscience –  28 January 2020, 2.00 EST

Join “Brain Lady” Margie Meacham for a quick-paced review of the latest tips and tricks as revealed by neuroscience. When you understand how the brain works, you’ll find that your work is easier, and your results are better.

For more information or to register visit: https://www.elearninglearning.com/frs/12432911/digital-learning-tips-and-tricks-from-neuroscience/

Ready, aim, fire: Hit the mark more often by understanding learner behaviour – (recording)

Expert learning analysts Towards Maturity share their insights on how organisations globally are using learner data to make their L&D programmes better, and we’ve got some real life examples from Kineo on what to do to make it work in real life. We’ll include some top tips to take away on how to become a business that better understands your learners. From personas to preferences, we’ve got you covered!

For more information or to register visit: https://www.kineo.com/resources/ready-aim-fire-hit-the-mark-more-often-by-understanding-learner-behaviour

Best of Learning Solutions 2019: the Science of Attention and Engagement – (recording)

In this session, you will learn what the current science says about how attention, willpower, and decision-making interact and how that influences the design of eLearning environments. Having a deeper understanding of this topic will help you create more effective and engaging learning solutions.

For more information or to register visit: https://www.elearningguild.com/olfarchives/1699/best-of-learning-solutions-2019-the-science-of-attention-and-engagement/

MOOC/ Online courses

Foundations of Learning Experience Design (Novo ED)

This foundational course is good for corporate trainers, instructional designers, or other L&D professionals looking to gain or refresh basic knowledge and skills in learning experience design

For more information or to register visit: https://info.novoed.com/lxd-course

Conference

The Making Learning Stick Online Conference – 19-20 February 2020

The Making Learning Stick Online Conference examines the learner’s perspective in L&D. You will explore how the learning solutions we build impact and account for motivations, unique situations, experiences, beliefs, attitudes, and prior understanding.

For more information or to register visit: https://www.elearningguild.com/content/6095/making-learning-stick-online-conference-2020-home/

The future of Immersive Technology in Health and Social Care Education: Thought Leadership Day – London – 4 March 2020

Educators and Education leaders from across the health and social care system, please join HEE for a day of discovery:

  • Hear about immersive technologies and their value in education from within and beyond the health and social care sector
  • Learn more about the different technologies, the evidence and their application
  • Immerse yourself and experience the range of technologies available in the Immerse Yourself Marketplace
  • Discuss with us the opportunities these technologies provide to improve health and social care education both now and in the future.

For more information or to register visit https://www.hee.nhs.uk/news-blogs-events/events/future-immersive-technology-health-social-care-education-%E2%80%93-thought-leadership-day

Applications close 24 January

3. Learning Technology Articles and Information

 TEL News – December 2019

TEL News is your monthly update keeping you up to speed with all the national work on Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) in health and care.

http://tel.hee.nhs.uk/interface/external_view_email.php?AQ9131162078834824005412626292611

Education horizon-scanning Bulletin –December 2019 

A digest of recent studies and articles related to healthcare, nursing and medical education, produced by John Gale at Mid-Cheshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Articles and Blogs

4 Ways to reduce cognitive load in e-Learning

 

Buzzword Decoder: Reflective Learning

 

Can Cognitive Science Help Boost Employee Learning and Organizational Performance?

 

Clicking for Completion: How to overcome the hyperactive e-Learner

 

Escape Rooms in Medical Simulation: Downloadable Sepsis Scenario & More

 

How Employee Training Webinars Can Make A Big Difference

 

How to Apply Social Learning to Online Training

 

Is Technology Good or Bad for Learning

 

Medical education trends for future physicians in the era of advanced technology and artificial intelligence: an integrative review

 

‘More than half’ of NHS trusts engaged in AI projects, report suggests

 

The use of learning technologies in complementary medicine education: Results of a student technology survey

 

Virtual reality technology for teaching neurosurgery of skull base tumor

 

What’s Involved in Converting Legacy Flash Courses to HTML5?

 

xAPI

 Experience API (aka Tin Can API) Demystified – Video

Video

 Killer Videos

 

 How To Create Exemplary Training Videos

 

The Do’s And Don’ts For Successful Video-Based Learning

 

Your latest catalogue of Regionally Developed eLearning Courses.
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