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IGNATIA WEBS End of a personal era at the Institute of Tropical Medicine
| FRIDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2012
met so many people, all giving it their best, making this world a better place, optimizing learning and health care for all… and simply having fun while moving forward. The educational innovation projects were multiple, ranging between online learning projects for health care workers across the globe, to MOOC’s, to mobile learning projects targeting rural areas across the globe. Today is my last day at the Institute of Tropical Medicine. In these six years I have understood that joining hands with others is the best way to move forward. education ITM future
IGNATIA WEBS David Metcalf: mLearning theory mashups at mLearncon
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 2010
Looking at health care and education, needs for small businesses. see examples from ADL workshop military language solutions) authentic learning personal experiences, learning by doing on relevant topics. Very intelligent man with charisma, with homepage. liveblog notes from the conference. Link to presentation (pdf, look from 7th slide). ISD, situated learning and context, mobile game learning.) mobile performance support Knowledge objectives: because you do not need learning objectives for some needs. So it does not have to have the wrapper of learning on it.
IGNATIA WEBS Mobile challenge from a diabetic project developed and implemented in Trinidad and Tobago region
| TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 2010
In the workshop on Telemedicine in Tromso, Norway, a very lively and motivating speaker has challenged the mobile community, so feel free to think along and give possible references that could help her strengthen her fantastic doctoral research idea. Her question in short: is there any research on best mobile design delivery that could benefit her mobile project on diabetes, so she can augment her mobile design as to better reach the users (diabetic patients) that are using mobile phones to monitor and keep track of their chronic diabetes health? Feel free to drop me a line.
IGNATIA WEBS Telemedicine and eLearning in eHealth: case of Norwegian lessons learned
| MONDAY, JUNE 7, 2010
Tromso workshop 2010 June Currently I am following, speaking and participating a workshop on Telemedicine and eLearning for eHealth. one week workshop in collaboration between ITM and NST (WHO centre). Even if developments go very slow, it will be part of the future health care, in that case even the smallest steps count. They health minister was not that strong, so parallel pillars were build for decision making, but policies can also be taken from similar countries, so you can leapfrog into policies that work.
IGNATIA WEBS Call for young medical researchers that work or reside in the South: essay competition
| THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 2010
There are all sorts of introductions for the winners of the accompanying essay competition: how to present workshops, introductions to using new media in science, and collaborative research work. The Institute of Tropical Medicine promotes ‘Health care for all’ in its mission statement. However, achieving universal health coverage is easier said than done. The global health scene is still largely dominated by Northern stakeholders. If you know any medical researchers residing or working in emerging countries, please send them this initiative.
IGNATIA WEBS You made me realize I cannot do it alone: my network is my strength, my beacon of light, my inspiration, so thanks to you all!
| TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 2009
During the presentations, the trainings and the workshops (online and face-to-face) I was able to give, I learned the most, although I was the one who was asked to take the lead. The participants and partners in these workshops, trainings and presentation settings were amazing. The other great beacon of inspiration, and a most humbling one, were all the health care workers I met in 2009 and with whom my colleagues and I tried to find solutions for their eLearning situations and challenges. Those health care workers knew and know how important a network is.
IGNATIA WEBS #EDEN09 thursday blogpost schedule
| WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2009
The parallel sessions of today " The use of a peer-assessment and a reflection report to measure collaborating learning efoorts an interdisciplinary project for studetns of the faculty of teacher training, the faculty of social work and welfare studies, and athe faculty of health care " by Kristof Uvijn, Hogeschool Gent, Belgium (sorry no picture, kristof get your stars out!). The workshop will introduce participants to use a range of tools, methods and approaches to designing and evaluating open education resources (OERs). Gdansk is an incredibly beautiful city by the way!
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