Saturday, 12 April 2014

(e)Learning - How to Start

An overview of eLearning (Slideshare)

(e)Learning; digital repositories; and digital scholarship (Slideshare)

Workshop on Technology Enhanced Learning (held in Sri Lanka, 13 December, 2013; as part of Singapore International Foundation program)

          Technology enhanced learning - some key points

Flipped classrooms - Old or new?

12 tips for using social media as a medical educator (abstract)

12 tips for using social media as a medical educator (pdf)

Why social media is not a waste of time (Anne Marie Cunningham)

Social media summit in health professional education (ICRE, 22 October 2014)

Future of education 2014 (conference proceedings)

See article "Real and virtual classroom" by Darren Hanson, visiting associate professor in the Department of Management and Organisation at NUS Business School, written for school's Think Business portal (see below), and featured in The Business Times, Tuesday, May 13, 2014 issue

Human Brain Project @ the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne

"Create or curate (digital) content, index and hyperlink, intentionally and systematically share, underpin this with an educational philosophy and pedagogic foundation, as a digital professional, with an overarching scholarly ethos."

"Know what you want to do, know why you are doing it, know what you are doing, and do it (initially start slowly, with care and circumspection, observe and consume first, learn about and get some training, dip your toe into the water before taking the plunge). Get feedback, keep improving and refining, engage with the learning process (see 12 tips article above).

Poh-Sun Goh

Dr Goh Poh Sun
MB,BS(Melb), FRCR(UK), FAMS(Singapore), MHPE(Maastricht)
Associate Professor and Senior Consultant,
Department of Diagnostic Radiology,
National University Hospital
National University Health System,

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