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Monday, November 9 • 7:30pm - 7:30pm
Creating a Health Assessment Open Resource for a Nursing Program and Beyond

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The use of electronic open educational resource that is linked directly to the students' learning management system offer ease of use and easy access for students. The high cost associated with the use of textbooks in nursing education is ameliorated by the use of open educational resources. Health assessment is a basic skill by all health professionals, including nurses. This body of knowledge is readily available from many open resources. There was an effort to use and modify available resources in health assessment that will fit the objectives of a health assessment course in most nursing programs. Furthermore, this open resources is continually developed by nurse educators and nurses as they continue to use this resource in their practice.

This session will include a poster presentation and illustration of open content, design and samples from a learning management system.

Learning Outcomes: Participants will:
1. explore issues around adopting open educational resources as references in nursing programs
2. discuss strategies to advocate for students' use of open educational resources in nursing programs
3. analyze course design and teaching strategies around an open textbook in health assessment

This is the link to the presentation: https://sway.office.com/4LG6reHXpTHEWST0?ref=Link

Speakers
avatar for Raquel Bertiz

Raquel Bertiz

Faculty, Maryland Clinical Simulation Resource Consortium
avatar for Ching-Chuen Feng

Ching-Chuen Feng

Professor, Nursing Program, Montgomery College


Monday November 9, 2020 7:30pm - 7:30pm EST
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