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  • Understanding Open Educational Resources

    These three lessons provide an introduction to open educational resources (OERs).  The interactive course [1] is also available in the Commonwealth of Learning's Technology-enabled Learning Lounge. The course is accessible logging in as a guest. [1] http://tell.colvee.org/login/index.php

  • Section Five: How Can Teachers Structure Learning?

    This module discusses structured learning specifically methods that teacher can utilize in their learning programmes with the outcome of ensuring learners easily comprehend the subject matter. Referred to also as teaching with leaening in mind this module juxtaposes between teaching to remember and teaching to understand

  • Exploring "Open Pedagogy"

    Presentation by David Wiley to the OER Africa Convening 2016.

  • Being a Teacher Video

    Part of the Being a Teacher module is a 47 minute long video which introduces viewers to the perceptions, doubts and concerns of student teachers about their choice of career. Through a range of interviews with two celebrities and teachers, as well as clips of classroom teaching and school management practices, we explore the role of the teacher as a knowledge worker; care giver; and change...

  • Preparing Research Datasets Slides

    This module deals with how to conduct proper research using associated hypotheses, statistical analysis plan and the specific data/variables needed.

  • Data Cleaning Video

    This module discusses  the process of detecting and correcting (or removing) corrupt or inaccurate records from a record set or databases. It also informs on how to identifying incomplete, incorrect, inaccurate or irrelevant parts of the data and then replacing, modifying, or deleting the coarse data.

  • Out of Range Values Slides with Voiceover

    Defines what “Out of Range Values” are and how to account for them in data collection and statistical analysis. *Competencies/Skills that HIBB Addresses*: Understand how to minimize out of range values when creating new data sets

  • Privacy, Confidentiality, and Security

    This module aims to educate the student about the importance of privacy, confidentiality and the security of the patients imformation. It defines the concepts and discusses the best approaches to go about achieving true Privacy and security.

  • Information Retrieval: Access to Knowledge-Based Resources

    This forms part of the Fundamental Skills under Health Informatics Building Blocks (HIBB). It is the first unit aimed at training and developing more informed health practitioners.

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