Here is a step-by-step guide to completing your project. If you have any questions, please contact April Elker.
Consult a prior awardee for advice before starting your project. View prior awardees.
Use our checklist for accessibility that includes information about audio, video and text. Review checklist.
Visit the e-learning lab to see what resources are available to you. Find out what the lab has.
Consider publishing your project once it's completed — MedEdPORTAL is a great option for this.
1. Define Your Project
- Define audience
- Determine learning objectives
- Decide assessment method (e.g., how will learning outcomes be measured?)
- Identify e-learning format (video, game, etc.)
- Determine options for educational research on your project
2. Build Your Team
- Director (you)
- Content experts (at least 2 other faculty members for peer review)
- Instructional designer/e-learning expert
- Students (at least 2 UNMC students for review prior to implementation)
3. Create Content
- Choose software needed
- Borrow equipment from e-learning lab, if needed
- Contact any models, voice talent, videographers, etc., if needed (see list of recommended vendors)
- Follow the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines
- Check out the Nebraska Medicine Health Information Library for supporting content (note: only use hyperlinks to the site in your e-module; the content is not licensed for copying or embedding into course materials)
4. Conduct Reviews
- Peer review — for process and content accuracy
- Student review — for ease of use and understandability
- Pilot in class
- Gather outcomes and data (include student quantitative and qualitative evaluations) — meet with an Education Researcher for guidance