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Adding ARISE Simulations to the Classroom: One Nursing Program’s Experience with Apps, iPads and QR Codes

Class Details

Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) is a collection of over one hundred open-access simulation activities and scenarios that incorporate augmented reality and game-based learning theory. Using iPads, QR codes and the ARIS app, ARISE was developed for a wide variety of health science programs, including nursing.

Join this webinar and learn how you can use ARISE to increase active learning throughout the curriculum with minimal supplies (no expensive high-fidelity mannequin needed). Personal insight from one nursing program’s experience with ARISE will be shared along with a tips and tricks to help others be successful.

This program was implemented with funding support through the Greater Midwest Region of the Network of the National Library of Medicine.

Presenters for this session are:

  • Megan Lagunas, PhD, RN, CCRN, is the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire College of Nursing and Health Sciences Clinical Learning Center Director and Assistant Professor and has expertise in developing and implementing simulation scenarios for nursing students.
  • Jan Adams, MLIS, is the Learning Resource Center Coordinator for the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire.
Monday, July 16, 2018
Region/Office: National
Jul 16, 2018
1:00PM CT

Class Overview

KernelOfKnowledge_0.pngThe Kernel of Knowledge is an expert-speaker webinar series from the Greater Midwest Region which provides one-hour sessions on topics of interest to Network of the National Library of Medicine (NNLM) members throughout the year. Sessions are scheduled on an ongoing basis, check back often for upcoming presentations! All Kernel of Knowledge sessions are eligible for 1.0 contact hour of Medical Library Association continuing education credit.

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