Connecting the Dots on Data for L&D
Authors: Michelle Ockers, Trish Uhl, Kevin M. Yates
Description: Digital transformation has been underway for quite some time. Data is part of the business ecosystem in which L&D operates. Where do the opportunities lie for L&D to use the stream of data to improve decisions and increase impact? Practical examples and future possibilities to help L&D professionals connect the dots on using data.
Podcast 17: Next-Level Learning Analytics – The Talented Learning Show
Author: John Leh
Description: What should you expect from learning analytics tools? And how are innovative solutions taking learning measurement to a whole new level? Listen to The Talented Learning Show!
Practical Application of Learning Analytics & Data
Author: Sam Rogers
Description: The concept of Learning Analytics has been a hot topic for several years in the L&D industry. There are those that talk about it, and then there are those doing the work and making it happen within their organizations. So many people jump straight to purchasing one technology or another in an effort to get better analytics. But the information you get from the tech is only as good as the data being put into it and how well you understand the meaning of that data.
Trends in Data Analytics for Instructional Designers With Anna Leach
Authors: Brent Schlenker, Chris Van Wingerden, Anna Leach
Description: There are very few data analysts who understand instructional design, or care about it for that matter. As we all hear about the coming tsunami of data via xAPI and other technologies, we need to figure out how to use it. More importantly, we need to understand why it's important to gather data and plan how we will use it to improve the learning solutions we provide. We'll have a great conversation with Anna about her journey and what she's learned while blending the fields of Learning Technologies and Data Analytics.
Inclusive Practices Through Digital Accessibility
Author: Christina Moore
Description: Christina Moore discusses inclusive practices through digital accessibility on episode 293 of the Teaching in Higher Ed podcast.
Leading Equity Podcast
Author: Sheldon L. Eakins
Type: Collection of Podcasts
Description: The Leading Equity Podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, and Spotify!
Trans Health Advocacy | Parental Leave
Authors: Teresa Chan, Carys Massarella, Susan Reid
Description: In the thirteenth episode of MacPFD Spark, we will be listening to a virtual discussion with Dr. Carys Massarella, who will be discussing the transgender healthcare clinic as well as advocacy for transgendered people in the healthcare system. Afterwards, we will be listening to Dr. Susan Reid discuss notions of parental leave and what needs to be done in order to achieve exceptional care for working parents and guardians.
Supervision in Primary Care During the Pandemic
Authors: Helen Foster, Rupal Shah, Sarah Siddiqui, Jane Gardner-Florence
Description: The pandemic has altered work patterns, so that in general practice most consultations are being done by telephone or video. Clinicians are sometimes working from home and trainees and supervisors may not always be in the same physical environment. The combination of different ways of consulting and this geographical separation can lead to challenge in terms of supervision. In this episode, we are in conversation with a GP trainee, a GP trainer and a GP educator about their experiences; and consider ways of overcoming the challenges they have faced.
Blended is the Future (and it's not just courses)
Authors: Thomas Cavanagh, Kelvin Thompson
Description: In this episode, join Kelvin and Tom for a discussion of how “blended” is likely to permeate higher education institutions far beyond the bounds of blended learning course design. Ponder the opportunities afforded by blended campus workplaces and blended co-curricular experiences in the post-COVID era.
Instructional Technology In Medical Education
Author: Innovations in Global Health Professions Education – Russ MacDonald (Host)
Description: In this episode of our IGHPE podcast series, we talk to Dr. Julie Youm about the use of instructional technology in medical education. We discuss some of the projects she has been involved with during her tenure at UC Irvine, such as the use of Google Glass to provide simulated patients’ perspectives of interactions with medical students.
Author: Victoria Brazil
Type: Podcast Repository
Description: A Hi-Fidelity Podcast About Healthcare Simulation
Re-Thinking Synchronous for the Post-COVID Era
Authors: Thomas Cavanagh, Kelvin Thompson
Description: Join hosts Tom and Kelvin as they think through the post-COVID role of synchronous online teaching and consider how to ensure the best quality possible.
What All Physicians Need to Know About Mental Health Apps
Authors: Dr. Gratzer and Dr. Torous
Description: In episode 11 of Quick Takes, Dr. Gratzer and returning guest and digital psychiatry expert, Dr. John Torous of Harvard University, discuss the use of mobile apps in mental health care and look back at the changes that have taken place in this field since their first discussion over a year and a half ago.
What All Physicians Need to Know About the Rapid Virtualization of Mental Health Care – and the Post-Pandemic Future
Authors: Dr. Gratzer and Dr. Jay Shore
Description: In this episode of Quick Takes, Dr. Gratzer spoke via teleconference with Dr. Jay Shore, chair of the APA's Telepsychiatry Committee about the dramatic impact COVID-19 has had on how we provide care to our patients – and the lasting impression it may leave.