National & Global Partners

A Catalyst for National and Global Collaborations

The UNMC E-Learning Program has formed national and global partnerships with the following areas:

Antimicrobial Stewardship in Long-Term Care Facilities

The E-Learning Program provided the recording and post-production editing of the educational videos for health care providers in long-term care facilities.


High-Level Biocontainment for Health Care Facilities — University of Nebraska

The E-Learning Program was contracted to provide instructional design consultation, VideoScribe creation, audio recording, and curriculum development support for this four-week, Coursera MOOC.


NeHII

The E-Learning Program worked in partnership with the UNMC College of Pharmacy and the Nebraska Health Information Initiative (NeHII) to developed a guide aimed at helping providers decide if the Health Information Exchange (HIE) is a good choice for them. We also provided project management of scripting, audio and video recording, graphic design, VideoScribe creation, module design, and development for a video-based module.

  View the HIE Guide: A provider's guide to navigating the Health Information Exchange.


Rwanda Medical Education Collaboration

Two cohorts of 13 UNMC students received training and utilized E-Learning Lab resources to develop e-modules, which are used by both UNMC and the University of Gitwe, Rwanda. The e-modules increase academic potential for both universities.

  View the Rwanda Medical Education e-modules.


Training, Simulation, and Quarantine Center

The E-Learning Program was contracted to provide full-time instructional design consultation, support, and development of the e-learning training for federal personnel to complete prior to participating in immersive training and simulation training at UNMC iEXCEL.