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Teaching Effectively with Technology
Transcript of Teaching Effectively with Technology
Tao Le, MD, MHS
Section of Allergy and Immunology
Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics
University of Louisville
MedIQ Learning, LLC
No commercial involvement with the technologies presented
Technology and learning
Cheap, easy learning tech tools
Use case scenarios & live demos
Learning management systems
Free/low cost apps
Learning outcomes assessment
Share your PPT/desktop with 1-200
Speakers, moderators can be anywhere
Works on iPads/Android tablets
Record and post presentations
Audience participation tools
Records whatever you see
Output a video for PC/tablets/mobile
From simple web-based tool
To full-featured application suites
Quick and easy
But lacks interaction
Upload video to hosting site for sharing
Options for HD and mobile
Embed videos on website, blogs, etc.
Some sites have time/bandwidth limits
Need a good USB headset with microphone for presenters and small group participants
For larger groups, use multiple panelists/TA’s, admin and mute microphones
Keep audience engaged with polls, chat, Q&A activities
Record for archiving and later viewing
Popular (and Cheap!) Tools
Multimedia Learning Theory
Constructivist learning theory
Dual coding theory
Cognitive load theory
Soto Mas, Health Prom Prac 2003; 4:288-92
Cognitive Theory of Multimedia Learning
Mayer, Multimedia Learning, 2001
Live video streaming over the Internet
No limit to audience size
Multiple inputs from cameras and desktop
Managed with desktop production software
Audience interaction tools
Live Video Broadcasting
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Got a laptop or iPad/Android tablet?
High adoption rates
Literally "an app for that"
Most major web apps have a native mobile app
Apps often simpler and cheaper
Describe learning needs in the information age
Discuss the evidence supporting the use of learning technology
Explain and demonstrate common types of learning technology
Information and Technology
Are still there
If you want them
Why Present Different?
Boruff et al. J Med Libr Assoc. 2014;102:22-30
What E-Learning Strategies Work?
Does E-Learning Work?
Internet-based learning (IBL) >> No intervention
IBL ≈ Non-IBL
Cook et al. JAMA. 2008; 300:1181-96.
Cook et al. Acad Med. 2010; 85:909-922
PPT Best Practices
Minimize reliance on text and bullets
Use graphics and images where possible
Optimize graphic and text concordance
Pair and Share
Advice for Getting Started
Make the technology serve the story
Practice, practice, practice
Check out the venue
Prepare for glitches
What Will You Try Next Week?