Specialisation

Purpose: Demonstrate evidence of independent practice in one or more specialist options.

Your specialist topic should reflect an area where you have particular expertise. This may be unique to you or common across your team, but goes beyond what would be expected of any learning technologist.

Evidence: 360 Degrees Camera’s and Online Virtual Environments in Healthcare Higher Education

Below are publications, presentations, and workshops demonstrating evidence of independent practice, supporting use and distribution of knowledge of my specialisation- use of 360-degree cameras and environments in healthcare higher education.

Publications

Stretton, T., Cochrane, T. & Narayan, V. (in press). Exploring Mobile Mixed Reality in Healthcare Higher Education: A Systematic Review. Research in Learning Technology. 

Cochrane, T., Stretton, T., Aiello, S., Britnell, S., Cook., S. & Narayan, V. (in press). Authentic Interprofessional Health Education Scenarios using Mobile VR. Research in Learning Technology.

Cochrane, T., Aiello, S., Cook, S., Stretton, T., Britnell, S., Narayan, V. & Aguayo, C. (in press). Designing a Virtual Health Faculty Hub. In M. Campbell (Ed), Open Oceans: Learning without borders Proceedings ASCILITE2018: 35th International Conference on Innovation, Practice, and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education.

Cochrane, T., Stretton, T., Aiello, S., Britnell, S., Christie, D., Cook, S. & Narayan, V. (2017). Developing virtual collaborative health team educational environments.  In H. Partridge, K. Davis, & J. Thomas (Eds.), Me, Us, IT! Proceedings ASCILITE2017: 34th International Conference on Innovation, Practice, and Research in the Use of Educational Technologies in Tertiary Education (pp. 37-41).

 


Presentations

Stretton, T. (2018). Managing Complexity in the Community Environment: Blended Learning using an Online 360-degree Clinical Scenario in Physiotherapy. Paper presented at Inaugral Annual New Zealand SoTEL Symposium 2018, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

Cochrane, T., Stretton, T., Aiello, S., Britnell, S., Christie, D., Cook, S. & Narayan, V. (2017). Developing virtual collaborative health team educational environments. Paper presented at the ASCILITE 2017, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia.

 


Workshops

Cochrane, T. & Stretton, T. (December, 2017). Mobile Virtual Reality. Workshop presented at the ASCILITE 2017, University of Southern Queensland, Toowoomba, Australia. NOTE: Invited to co-facilitate in absence of David Sinfield.

Stretton, T. & Britnell, S.  (July, 2017). Doing it Digital: We’re virtually teaching. Workshop presented at School of Clinical Sciences Education Day, Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.


Blogs

Introduction to 360 cameras and Seekbeak

Using Seekbeak within the Classroom

360 around the clinic room


Distribution of Knowledge: Creative Works

Stretton, T. (2018). Seekbeak: How To Tutorial Video.

Stretton, T. (2017). Creating 360 Environment- How-To Guide. Auckland University of Technology.


Distribution of Knowledge: Communications

After presenting a School workshop (2017), discussions lead to how Seekbeak could be incorporated in a blended learning delivery of a case scenario for the Occupational Therapy (OT) department. A capture of one of the lecturer’s house was utilised as the background images. Hotspots directed students to room measurements for equipment placement and turning space of their impaired “patient”, along with reflection prompts for consideration of safety and interaction with interprofessionals.

The following is email communication from the Paper Coordinator which the OT case scenario was embedded.

Email- Development of Case Scenario using Seekbeak

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