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The Ibadan-Swansea Partnership The value of academic links Dr Ike Lagunju Lecturer/Consultant Paediatrician College The Ibadan-Swansea Partnership The value of academic links Dr Ike Lagunju Lecturer/Consultant Paediatrician College of Medicine, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

How it all started • The ISP started with an opportune meeting between Prof How it all started • The ISP started with an opportune meeting between Prof Olugbemiro Sodeinde and Dr Steve Allen at the RCPCH annual meeting in York, 2003. • It has since grown into a solid partnership between the UI, Ibadan and Swansea University. • Mo. U signed by both institutions. Prof Sodeinde and Dr. Lagunju on visit to Swansea in 2005

The main aims of the ISP • Capacity building for lecturers in – teaching The main aims of the ISP • Capacity building for lecturers in – teaching skills – computer-based learning • Provision of open access, copyright-free educational materials that will improve healthcare delivery & contribute to achieving the MDGs • Opportunities for medical students in the partner institutions to have exposure to international health through – Learning materials directly relevant to their own setting – Exchange programme / Electives • Collaboration in other areas Ibadan students studying ISP modules

The main aims of the ISP e. Learning modules aim to fill several gaps: The main aims of the ISP e. Learning modules aim to fill several gaps: Provide learners especially in low resource settings with learning resources that will be effective and appropriate /relevant in improving knowledge/training to ultimately improve health outcomes Take advantage of digital technology and copyright-free content to: • develop short learning modules that actively engage the learner • include formative assessment so that the learner can track their progress Promote self directed learning • use simple, widely available software so that others can adapt the materials for teaching other target groups The modules are usually designed to be studied mainly by a single learner sitting at a computer screen. However, they can be used to generate discussion topics or exercises that can be suitable for groups of learners.

Gains from the ISP: Staff Development • 2 Lecturers & 1 Learning Technologist supported Gains from the ISP: Staff Development • 2 Lecturers & 1 Learning Technologist supported by Fulton Fellowships • 1 Lecturer supported by funds from the Welsh Assembly

Gains from the ISP: Staff Development • Training workshops organized by the Faculty of Gains from the ISP: Staff Development • Training workshops organized by the Faculty of Clinical Sciences on “ How to make effective e-learning modules” • More than 50 lecturers trained by the group trained on the ISP programme • Moodle introduced to Lecturers in FCS • Improved teaching skills, better evaluation methods, better defined LOs • Students motivated to engage in SDL

Gains from the ISP: SDL modules • Computer-based learning materials made on priority diseases: Gains from the ISP: SDL modules • Computer-based learning materials made on priority diseases: ü Tuberculosis ü Malaria ü Global Burden of Disease ü Care of the newborn ü Diabetes ü Obesity ü Trauma care • Open access, copyright-free. • Available on the intranet of both Universities & on the internet for global use. • GES courses ; Large classes • Distance learning Programme SDL Modules

The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Joint authorship of the OHTM The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Joint authorship of the OHTM

The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Evaluation of Medicalteaching. org ü The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Evaluation of Medicalteaching. org ü Medical Teaching is an electronic resource funded by the Wellcome Trust, Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health and the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene ü In response to difficulties in finding useful resources to assist in the preparation of lectures, seminars etc for students

Aims of the medicalteaching. org evaluation ü Evaluate its effectiveness in improving teaching activities Aims of the medicalteaching. org evaluation ü Evaluate its effectiveness in improving teaching activities ü To provide feedback for its improvement and further development ü Resource evaluated by Lecturers & students ü Opportunity for student elective

The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Guest lectures for staff and The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions ü Guest lectures for staff and students ü Involvement in other programmes Ibadan staff and students

The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions – The EDULINK Project § An The broader impact of Partnerships for academic institutions – The EDULINK Project § An EU-funded project § UI & 5 other Universities in West Africa § M Sc Biomedical Teaching Methods - Distance learning programme § Based in the Faculty of Clinical Sciences § Facilitated by an existing link between UI & an Europe – based Institution – Steve Allen & John Mac. Dermot

Future Plans Ø More modules from other universities in West Africa Ø Capacity building Future Plans Ø More modules from other universities in West Africa Ø Capacity building & expertise in production of modules Ø Sharing of resources by institutions

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