He spoke on ‘Students at the HELM. Learners as co-producers’.
A recording of his presentation and his slides will be available shortly.
The Health E-learning and Media (HELM) team at the University of Nottingham has been developing and releasing open multimedia content for nearly 20 years. The approaches we have developed are aimed at making both the end products, but also, crucially, the development process accessible to all. Consequently many of our resources are co-produced by learners, health practitioners and patients. The result are resources that are highly aligned to learners’ needs.
Here, we will explore the process, the resulting resources and their impact. We will also discuss the lessons learnt for learner-empowerment.
Richard Windle is an Associate Professor at the University of Nottingham and a National Teaching Fellow. He is Faculty Digital Learning Director and a Principal Fellow of Advance HE. Richard leads initiatives that support colleagues, learners and external stakeholders to develop multimedia health-related learning content. This is embedded into programmes locally where it has a measured impact on learning, and released openly where it is has been accessed by millions of users in over 50 countries worldwide.
Richard’s research focuses on the development, impact and reuse of community of practice developed learning content.