Event Title

You Posted What? Teaching Online Professionalism – Online

Session Format

Presentation

Conference Tracks

Outreach, Services, and Programs

Short Description

This presentation will review the process of creating an online professionalism or e-professionals online module focused on the health sciences field. All stages of the collaborative process between a health sciences librarian, an instructional designer, an online learning librarian, and a nursing librarian will be reviewed and the requirements of creating a voluntary and open online module will be discussed. Additionally, the theoretical framework used to pace and construct the module will be reviewed and the framework used for assessment of scenario-based questions in the module will be presented.

Long Description

Access to education through online platforms has broaden the ability for individuals to achieve their educational goals. While a degree is essential for applying to that dream job, choices students make outside of an online learning management system can damage their chances for employment. Having a poor or nonexistent online reputation can sabotage students’ opportunities for internships and jobs. Teaching online professionalism in an online environment is a valuable addition to any program.

This presentation will review the process of creating an online professionalism or e-professionals online module focused on the health sciences field. All stages of the collaborative process between a health sciences librarian, an instructional designer, an online learning librarian, and a nursing librarian will be reviewed and the requirements of creating a voluntary and open online module will be discussed. Additionally, the theoretical framework used to pace and construct the module will be reviewed and the framework used for assessment of scenario-based questions in the module will be presented.

Learning Objectives

Participants will be able to: discuss the importance of online professionalism skills, demonstrate useful theories to support decision making when sharing information online, and distinguish essential elements when creating assessment questions for evaluating online professionalism knowledge

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Interactions Strategies: 2-3 questions to the audience to facilitate brief “discuss with your neighbor” conversations

Tags: Online professionalism, health, social media

Intended Audience: New to the topic

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You Posted What? Teaching Online Professionalism – Online

This presentation will review the process of creating an online professionalism or e-professionals online module focused on the health sciences field. All stages of the collaborative process between a health sciences librarian, an instructional designer, an online learning librarian, and a nursing librarian will be reviewed and the requirements of creating a voluntary and open online module will be discussed. Additionally, the theoretical framework used to pace and construct the module will be reviewed and the framework used for assessment of scenario-based questions in the module will be presented.