2013 Teaching and Learning Center Day Workshops

UCSF faculty and staff are presenting a selection of 12 hands-on workshops and information sessions covering topics in Simulation, Tools & Technology, and Innovations at UCSF. See details below and sign up to reserve your spot.

 

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Simulation:

 

Health Professions Education as Theatre: the Many Faces and Roles of Standardized Patients

9:00am-10:00am & 2:00pm-3:00pm, CL 215-216

Bernie Miller, Standardized Patient Program Director, Kanbar Center
Anne Homan, Standardized Patient Trainer, Kanbar Center

This session will explore how standardized patients (SPs) can enhance the learning experience for all health professions. Through video and live demonstration, we will review existing applications and will explore how standardized patients, aside from playing the part of a patient, can be used to serve in a variety of different roles. In addition we will discuss how standardized patients can give effective and valuable feedback to learners after an encounter, and brainstorm about methods that participants can use in the development of their programs.
At the end of the session, participants will be able to:
•    List the various uses of standardized patients in health profession education;
•    Describe potential applications for their own setting;
•    Access resources to start developing case materials and scenarios.

 
Conducting Mannequin-Based Simulations

10:00am-11:00am & 3:00pm-4:00pm, Large Kanbar Simulation Room

Wes Cayabayab, Kanbar Simulation Technician, Kanbar Center
Sandrijn van Schaik, Associate Professor of Clinical Education, Pediatrics

In this short, interactive workshop,participants will gain insights into the logistics of conducting a mannequin-based simulation. We will review the concept of fidelity, or how a scenario can be made realistic, based on equipment, environment and psychological fidelity. Participants will learn how to optimize fidelity, the pros and cons of the use of confederates and various approaches to the instructor role will be reviewed. We will discuss common challenges and practice how to deal with unexpected developments.
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
•    Explain the concept of fidelity and its different components;
•    Create an effective learning experience by enhancing fidelity;
•    Recognize common pitfalls in conducting simulation sessions and know how to prepare for them.

Getting the most out of your simulations using AV-capture, Smart Boards and iPads

11:00am-12:00pm & 4:00pm-5:00pm, Large Kanbar Simulation Room

Wes Cayabayab, Kanbar Simulation Technician, Kanbar Center
Rich Fung, Kanbar Simulation Technician, Kanbar Center

The Kanbar Center not only has state-of-the-art simulation mannequins, but a variety of other technologies that can enhance debriefing and evaluation of simulation sessions. In this workshop, we will demonstrate these technologies and participants will get hands on experience with the use of electronic whiteboards (known as smart boards) and direct video playback during debriefing. We will review how iPads can integrated into a simulation session for assessment and evaluation, and how video capture through our B-Line Medical tool can be utilized for later review and reflection. 
At the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
•    Debrief a simulation with direct video playback;
•    Effectively use a smart board during debriefing;
•    Use iPads for assessment and evaluation.

Tools & Technology:

Video Collaboration Made Easy

11:00am-12:00pm, CL 220-223

Benjamin Wallen, Principal Television Technician, Educational Technology Services
Danny Azarcon, Video Conferencing Analyst, Information Technology Services

Learn about current and future UCSF supported conferencing tools. This session will cover and demo both Cisco Movi/Jabber for Video, Cisco WebEx, and walkthrough Microsoft Lync. Get ready to experience the next generation of "calling." Bring your laptop and experiment with Jabber and WebEx.
By the end of the session, participants will:
•    Understand the options for personal video conferencing and what is coming in the near future.
•    Learn more about current UCSF video conferencing infrastructure.
•    Setup and attend a meeting using Cisco WebEx.
•    Learn how to connect to others users using Jabber.
•    Learn to make multi-way calls.
•    Understand how to use a bridge.

UCSF Classrooms 2020

10:00am-11:00am, CL 221-222

John DeAngelo, Director, Educational Technology Services

Learn about plans to update or build new classrooms over the next 5-6 years. This session will cover both the Parnassus and Mission Bay campuses, and provide information helpful to your program’s long range planning. It is also an opportunity to give feedback and participate in future planning and programs.
By the end of the session, participants will:
•    Understand the timeline for improvements to existing classrooms, the fate of classrooms in buildings undergoing renovations, and plans for new classrooms coming online at Mission Bay.
•    Understand the standard technologies and configurations they can expect in classrooms in the future.
•    Learn how to provide feedback and participate in planning.
•    Discover ways to monitor progress on current renovations.

Presenting with an iPad 

3:00pm-4:00pm, CL 221-222

Xinxin Huang, Education Technologist, School of Nursing

The workshop will cover how to prepare the iPad for presenting and the required hardware for use in a classroom situation. Presentation applications on the iPad such as Keynote and Prezi will also be covered.  We will highlight some tips and tricks for using presentation tools. Bring your iPad and find out how to get started!

By the end of the session, participants will be able to use an iPad for professional and course presentations as an alternative to a laptop computer.

Copyright: Images, Open Content, and Fair Use

4:00pm-5:00pm, CL 220-223

Peggy Tahir, Librarian

This workshop will cover finding and using images in education, using open access publications and other open content, and how to apply fair use if using copyright protected materials in your lectures. The workshop will provide a number of sources of images for use in course lectures, including free and open images, and images in licensed resources available through the library. By the end of this session, participants will feel confident they are in compliance with copyright law, able to conduct a fair use analysis (risk assessment), and understand when and how to request permissions for the use of copyright protected content.

Innovation:

Faculty Innovation Showcase

9:00am-10:00am, CL 220-223

Kirby Lee, Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy
Annette Carley, Clinical Professor in Family Health Care Nursing
Katherine Hyland, Professor in Biochemistry and Biophysics
Gwen Essex, School of Dentistry

Three UCSF faculty will describe new ways they are employing technology in their classes to simulate clinical situations and increase student engagement. The showcase will be moderated by Gwen Essex of the School of Dentistry.
Kirby Lee, Associate Professor of Clinical Pharmacy, will describe his project incorporating training and simulated patient cases with the electronic health record in his course CP137 Advanced Topics in Clinical Care for third year pharmacy students.
Annette Carley, Clinical Professor in Family Health Care Nursing, will describe how she uses tools in Moodle to simulate clinical on-call situations for her Nursing students.
Katherine Hyland, Professor in Biochemistry and Biophysics, will present the use of an interactive syllabus built on the Odigia platform.

 
Presentation Trends: PechaKucha for Teaching

2:00pm-3:00pm, CL 220-223

Sean McClelland, Learning Technologies Group
Kirsten Balano, School of Pharmacy

PechaKucha presentations are delivered all over the world, and consist of 20 slides that are displayed for 20 seconds each. Does this trendy presentation style have a place in higher education, and at UCSF? In this workshop you will get answers to these questions, and see two PechaKucha's in action!

 

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