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Development of a Branched E-Learning Simulation for Schizophrenia Therapeutics
April 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Electronic learning (e-learning) is gaining popularity due to technology trends, learner preferences, and evident need for curricula to be able to adapt to changing world conditions. Passive e-learning methods such as recorded Zoom lectures can be used in an emergency, although are far from ideal e-learning tools.
Interactivity in e-learning exercises changes the level of engagement students have with e-learning materials, which in turn can influence learning. In this session we describe the instructional design process of developing a branched e-learning interactive simulation for schizophrenia therapeutics and summarize course evaluation feedback pertinent to the branched e-learning simulation.
- Differentiate types of e-learning based upon levels of interactivity including basic (passive), intermediate (limited interactivity), and complex (branched simulations)
- Describe instructional design process of branched e-learning simulation
- Summarize course evaluation feedback pertinent to the branched e-learning simulation