Federated Governance: A successful model for e-learning
Michele Wood, Alison Russell, Trudi Verrall, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health ; Amanda Thomson, Senior Transfusion Specialist, Australian Red Cross Blood Service ; Louise English, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health ; Ariana Mancarella, South Australian Department of Health and Ageing, SA Health ; Tracey Clark, Women's and Children's Health Network, South Australian Health
iJAC Volume 8, Number 4, ISSN 1867-5565 Publisher: Kassel University Press GmbH
An innovative and sustainable approach to clinical e-learning is described. The approach is based on a national federation to provide funding, clinical and educational expertise, IT solutions and program oversight; to develop, curate and champion a resource with multiple courses for healthcare professionals. The approach has resulted in formal recognition by nearly all Australian healthcare organizations and a high course completion rate by individuals. Crucially the approach has succeeded in increasing learner motivation to complete the course and delivered unexpected benefits in process and cost efficiency.
Wood, M., Russell, A., Verrall, T., Thomson, A., English, L., Mancarella, A. & Clark, T. (2015). Federated Governance: A successful model for e-learning. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC), 8(4), 36-38. Kassel University Press GmbH. Retrieved February 16, 2019 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/172293/.