[Learningobjects] Call for Abstracts - MedBiquitous 2012

Valerie Smothers vsmothers at jhmi.edu
Tue Aug 16 20:01:23 UTC 2011


Dear working group and Technical Steering Committee members,

The MedBiquitous 2012 Call for Abstracts is now underway. The conference is a great opportunity to highlight the important work that you do, so please consider submitting an abstract!

Join colleagues from around the world in examining how learning technologies can transform health professions education across the continuum. The MedBiquitous Executive Committee is seeking high-quality abstracts for panel presentations and innovation demonstrations for the MedBiquitous Annual Conference 2012. The conference will take place May 2-4 at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, MD. We are seeking abstracts related to the following topics:


*         Educational technology research

*         Virtual patients and simulations

*         Electronic portfolios

*         E-learning repositories and content interchange

*         Data Exchange supporting professional development and certification

*         MedBiquitous standards implementation

*         Solutions for competence measurement and tracking
Abstracts are due November 1 and may be submitted online.

Please note that presenters are required to register for the conference by March 1.

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Best regards,
Valerie

Valerie Smothers
Deputy Director
MedBiquitous
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