Tag: SME

CME in the 21st Century – Webinar Digest

MedBiquitous Activity Report

Last week, we held the last installment of our Fall Managing eLearning Thought Leaders Series: CME in the 21st Century. The webinar featured Valerie Smothers from MedBiquitous. MedBiquitous is a nonprofit organization sponsored by John’s Hopkins. They focus on innovation in education, technology healthcare, and develop technological standards for healthcare quality improvement and education. Valerie […]

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On November 29, Web Courseworks’ Thought Leaders webinar series will be joined by Valerie Smothers, Deputy Director at MedBiquitous. MedBiquitous is an international health organization and ANSI-accredited developer of information technology standards for healthcare education and quality improvement and a true community of practice for innovative technologists in health education. In the webinar, entitled “CME […]

xAPI Camp: Medical Case Studies

xAPI Medical Case Studies

I attended the xAPI Camp in Chicago on Friday, September 16, 2016 to learn about use cases in the medical community for xAPI. I was particularly interested because my company, Web Courseworks, will be speaking with the American College of Chest Physicians on November 15th at DevLearn.  xAPI and the Learning Record Store is the […]

Web-Based Authoring Tools for Scalable eLearning Development: The Time Has Come

The era of web-based authoring systems is here. As more organizations and associations embrace rapid eLearning development to keep pace with new products and services, evolving business needs, and industry and government regulations, the need for distributed authoring solutions that enable collaborative, team-based development continues to grow. Web-based products such as Claro and Composica promise […]

eLearning Book Review: The Accidental Instructional Designer

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Instructional designers and eLearning managers can learn something from Cammy Bean’s book Here’s a question for the eLearning managers out there: How many members of your instructional design team got involved in the field by accident? As the demand for training within organizations, professional associations, industries, and businesses continues to outpace the supply of formally […]