Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Tech Day at AOTA: An Innovative use of ApprenNet

You don't have to be an Occupational Therapist to learn about ApprenNet and other elearning technologies. Tell us about your innovative uses of technology in teaching. At the same time, you will learn how ApprenNet works.
Join our "Meet", upload your video and see peer videos
ApprenNet works in 3 simple steps:
  1. Drive Skill Practice: Instructors post videos that ask Learners to practice skills by responding to real world challenges.
  2. Create Meaningful Review: With a few clicks, Instructors design peer review for Learners to observe each other and give and get feedback.
  3. Share Expertise: Capture your organization’s know-how by empowering your Experts to share best practices quickly and easily.
Tell us how you are currently using technology in your classroom.  We are especially interested in any problems you see in face to face instruction that you think technology might be a solution for!  For example, if a snow day prevents face-to-face instruction, technology might offer a way to deliver content without missing instructional days. Once you upload your video, you will be able to return to the program and view the videos of other participants.
Come by to see us at AOTA Tech Day (Saturday Morning, 4/5, 9:30 am - 11am, Baltimore Convention Center, Ballroom I-II) and lets talk about technology, teaching and this program ApprenNet!
Rondalyn V. Whitney, PhD, OTR/L
Assistant Professor
Samson College of Health Sciences
Department of Occupational Therapy
University of the Sciences


Rodney B. Murray, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Office of Academic Technology
University of the Sciences

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