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This July, St George’s held its first in person graduation ceremonies in three years. Seven ceremonies took place over four days on 12, 27, 28 and 29 July at the Barbican centre.
The e-Learning Unit is involved in a number of different projects to develop and evaluate Virtual Patients (VPs) for their applicability in a medical and healthcare programme.
The concept of learning design is used to give some structure to a student's pathway through learning, and this is particularly important when delivering courses by blended or online learning.
St George's has partnered with FutureLearn to offer a number of free online courses, designed and delivered by experts in the field.
There are many methods, tools and teaching practices we can support you with to enhance the effective use of online assessment within your course.
St George's students work with the E-Learning Unit (ELU) for their student-selected component (SSCs) as part of their MBBS course.
St George's strives to develop digital capabilities of its staff and students.
A cross-functional group looks at the impact of operational or system changes or maintenance on education technology at St George's.
BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for online learning, which is integrated into the Canvas virtual learning environment (VLE).
Canvas is the new VLE (Virtual Learning Environment) being introduced at St George's.
Mentimeter is a web-based, real-time polling tool that can be used to gauge the opinions or knowledge of your audience.
MyProgress is St George's chosen e-portfolio system for students completing workplace-based assessments.
Panopto is a flexible, easy-to-use lecture capture solution that is installed in all St George's lecture theatres and teaching rooms.
CSO is aimed at providing online videos demonstrating core procedural and communication skills common to a wide range of medical and health-based courses.
Interactive clinical images are a simple web-based tool that allow learners to annotate clinical images of any kind, such as photographs, scans, readings or charts.
These topics provide key bits of information on certain topics, such as 'Structure and Function of the Lungs' or 'Overview of the nervous system'.
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