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Designing Digital Learning for a Continuum of Learning

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dc.identifier.urihttps://lib.digitalsquare.io/handle/123456789/77112
dc.description.abstractThe session will provide an illustrative example how digital learning tools such as eLearning SMS and digital libraries can be incorporated in the continuum of learning from pre service education transitioning into continuous professional development The tools being just tools require content that it is conducive for learning For example eLearning courses are implemented in pre service schools in Ghana Students prefer materials prepared by their tutors rather than nationally produced content Why As graduates are placed in clinics they receive additional training As a follow up to trainings in Burkina Faso providers were sent SMS and quizzes to encourage confidence and support performance Response rate to quizzes was low Adding characters to the quizzes response rate increased by 30 How Through this illustrative demonstration from projects in Ghana Zambia Burkina Faso and Tanzania these and other examples of tools and content will be described Speakers include Alex Yeboah Ministry of Health Ghana Virginie Ouedraogo Jhpiego Burkina Faso Amani Manji Jhpiego Tanzania Nomsa Siamwanza Jhpiego Zambia Jodi Lis MODERATOR Jphiego
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dc.subjectGhana
dc.subjectBurkina Faso
dc.subjectTanzania
dc.subjectZambia
dc.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum 2018
dc.titleDesigning Digital Learning for a Continuum of Learningen
dcterms.abstractThe session will provide an illustrative example how digital learning tools such as eLearning SMS and digital libraries can be incorporated in the continuum of learning from pre service education transitioning into continuous professional development The tools being just tools require content that it is conducive for learning For example eLearning courses are implemented in pre service schools in Ghana Students prefer materials prepared by their tutors rather than nationally produced content Why As graduates are placed in clinics they receive additional training As a follow up to trainings in Burkina Faso providers were sent SMS and quizzes to encourage confidence and support performance Response rate to quizzes was low Adding characters to the quizzes response rate increased by 30 How Through this illustrative demonstration from projects in Ghana Zambia Burkina Faso and Tanzania these and other examples of tools and content will be described Speakers include Alex Yeboah Ministry of Health Ghana Virginie Ouedraogo Jhpiego Burkina Faso Amani Manji Jhpiego Tanzania Nomsa Siamwanza Jhpiego Zambia Jodi Lis MODERATOR Jphiego
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum Presentations
dcterms.subjectGhana
dcterms.subjectBurkina Faso
dcterms.subjectTanzania
dcterms.subjectZambia
dcterms.subjectGlobal Digital Health Forum 2018
dcterms.titleDesigning Digital Learning for a Continuum of Learningen


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