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Lessons learned for using Technology Enhanced Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Symposium 2 - Lessons learned for using Technology Enhanced Learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Date:  Sunday 29th August 
Time:  10.00 - 11.30 (UK time)
Stream: Room 2

Presenters:

  • John Sandars, Edge Hill University Medical School, UK
  • Dario Fernandes, University of Campinas (Unicamp), Brazil
  • Goh Poh-Sun, National University of Singapore, Singapore
  • Rakesh Patel, University of Nottingham, UK
    (on behalf of AMEE TEL Committee)

Summary: The COVID -19 pandemic has seen a global increase in the use of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) across the continuum of medical education, from undergraduate to postgraduate to continuning professional development. There has been numerous publications across a diverse range of sources and it is difficult to identify what works or does not work and why and in what circumstances. Understanding the complex factors that have enabled and constrained the use of TEL during the COVID -19 pandemic is essential for providing effective TEL in the future.

The symposium will provide an opportunity to present the key messages from across the literature, including insights from low and middle income countries, and to offer key messages for the future design and implementation of TEL in medical education.

This Symposium is supported by the AMEE TEL Committee

Who Should Participate: All medical educators who have an interest in providing effective use of TEL across the continuum of medical education, from undergraduate to postgraduate to continuning professional development

What will they gain from participating: Participants will increase their understanding of the lessons learned from using TEL during the COVID-19 pandemic and to use these insights to inform their future design and implementation of TEL in medical education. The complex factors that have enabled and constrained the use of TEL during the COVID -19 pandemic will be highlighted.

 

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