Learning Initiative Awards & Publications



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Learning Initiative Awards & Publications



Commercial Awards:

Interactive Companion to the Manual of Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging CDROM Sullivan and Dale. British Small Animal Veterinary Association [£10,000]


LTDF

Development, Implementation and Evaluation of CAL in Veterinary Biomolecular Sciences {2000} Lubna Nasir & Vicki Dale, 2000 [≈£1000].

Piloting a VLE in the Veterinary Faculty: A case study with WebCT {2003} Johnston, Dale, Nasir, Thompson, Bell, Sullivan & McCombe [£4564]

LTSN/HEA funded mini projects

The Development of OSCE for Veterinary Use {2002} Sullivan, Dale, Mould (University of Glasgow) & Pettigrew (University of Edinburgh). [£2215]

Objects for OSCEs (Generating Reusable Learning Objects (RLOs) from existing CLIVE courseware to support Day One Competencies) {2003} Dale (University of Glasgow) & McConnel (University of Edinburgh). [£4000]

A Bovine Rectal Palpation Simulator for training veterinary undergraduate students {2003} Mellor. [£4960]

Development of a portfolio assessment method to promote and support learning, and clinical skill acquisition, during veterinary extra-mural studies {2004} Barrett. [£1500]

Development of a Veterinary OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination) Portal {2006} - Hammond, Sullivan, Dale, Anderson (University of Glasgow), Rhind & McConnell (University of Edinburgh). [£2500]

Exchange of Computer-Based Objects {2006} - joint London-Edinburgh-Glasgow project to expand the OCTAVE MCQ database, to S. Head (RVC), Ellaway (Edinburgh), Rhind (Edinburgh), Dale (Glasgow) & Mosley (Edinburgh)
Publications

Sullivan, M., Dale, V.H.M. & Irvine, D. (1997) The use of a computer assisted learning package to replace didactic lectures on the physics of diagnostic imaging in the veterinary curriculum. Proceedings of the 11th International Veterinary Radiology Conference. Veterinary Radiology 38, 394[abs]

Sullivan, M., Dale, V.H.M. & May, A. (1997) Physics of Diagnostic Imaging. Blackwell Science Ltd. Oxford. ISBN: 1901872025

Dale, V.H.M., Sullivan, M. & Irvine, D. (1999) Computer-assisted learning as an alternative to didactic lectures: a study of teaching the physics of diagnostic imaging. ALT-J (Association for Learning Technology Journal) 7, 75-86

Dale, V.H.M., Johnston, P.E.J., Thompson, H. and Innocent, G.T. (2002) ‘Using the WWW to develop key professional skills in veterinary undergraduates’. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 29, 231-241

Bell, C. (2003) ‘The proposed use of “participatory video” techniques in undergraduate veterinary education’. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 30, 285-286

Dale, V.H.M., Johnston, P.E. & Sullivan, M. (2003) Learning and teaching innovations in the veterinary undergraduate curriculum at Glasgow. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 30, 221-225

Dale, V. H. M. McConnell, G. Short, A. Sullivan, M. (2005) Ten years of CLIVE (Computer-Aided Learning in Veterinary Education) in the United Kingdom. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 47-50

Dale, V.H.M., Nasir, L. & Sullivan, M. (2005) Exploring student attitudes to directed self-learning online through evaluation of an internet-based biomolecular sciences resource. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 129-137

Dale, V. H. M. Nasir, L. Sullivan, M. (2005) Evaluation of student attitudes to cooperative learning in undergraduate veterinary medicine. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 511-516.

Baillie, S., Mellor, D.J., Brewster, S.A. and Reid, S.W.J. (2005) ‘Integrating a bovine rectal palpation simulator into an undergraduate veterinary curriculum’. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 79-85

Dale, V. H. M. Nasir, L. Sullivan, M. (2005) Evaluation of student attitudes to cooperative learning in undergraduate veterinary medicine. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 32, 511-516.

Radford, A., Stockley, P., Silverman, J., Taylor, I., Turner, R., Gray, C., Bush, L., Glyde, M., Healy, A., Dale, V., Kaney, S., Magrath, C., Marshall, S., May, S., McVey, B., Spencer, C., Sutton, R., Tandy, J., Watson, P. and Winter, A. (2006) ‘Development, Teaching, and Evaluation of a Consultation Structure Model for Use in Veterinary Education’. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education 33, 38-44

Davis, M.H., Ponnamperuma, G.G, Sean McAleer, S. and Dale, V.H.M. (2006) ‘The Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE)’, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, in press.

Dickie, A. and Dale, V. (2000) Small Animal Veterinary Echocardiography. CLIVE, University of Edinburgh. ISBN: 1-901872-14-9

Dickie, A., Paterson, C. and Dale, V. (2003) Equine Reproductive Ultrasound. CLIVE, University of Edinburgh. ISBN: 1-901872-20-3


Presentations:

CAL95: Learning to Succeed, Cambridge: Invented here and used there - the template approach to authoring, (workshop), V.H.M. Dale, A.D. Short and G. McConnell

Association for Learning Technology Conference 1996: Integrating technology into the curriculum, Glasgow _CAL as a replacement for lectures in the veterinary curriculum. (paper and software demonstration), V.H.M. Dale and M. Sullivan

Learning Technology in Medical Education Conference 1997 (CTICM), Bristol: Vet on the Net: Distance Learning for Continuing Professional Development. (poster and software demonstration

11th Conference of the International Veterinary Radiology Association (IVRA) 1997 Jerusalem: CAL packages in Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. (paper), M. Sullivan and V. Dale

European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (EAVDI) 5th Annual Conference 1998, Balsta: GUSS (Glasgow University Sonography Site) goes to Uppsala. (paper), A.M. Dickie, C. Paterson, V. Dale and J.S. Boyd

British Medical Ultrasound Society 30th annual conference 1998, Harrogate: GUSS (Glasgow University Sonography Site) goes to Harrogate. (paper), A.M. Dickie, C. Paterson, V. Dale and J.S. Boyd

European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (EAVDI) 6th Annual conference 1999, Vienna: Happy Birthday GUSS (Glasgow University Sonography Site). (poster), A.M. Dickie, C. Paterson, V. Dale and J.S. Boyd

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (AVTRW) Conference 1999, Scarborough CLIVE in the New Millennium. (paper) V. Dale

Staff and Educational Development Association (SEDA) Conference 2001, Glasgow. Seven years of CAL in Veterinary Medicine at Glasgow: Prognostic Factors for Success (paper)

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (AVTRW) Conference 2002, Scarborough: Facilitating the development of communication skills in veterinary undergraduates. (paper), P.E.J. Johnston, V.H.M. Dale and S. Love.

University of Glasgow Teaching and Learning Service Conference 2002, Glasgow: Learning, teaching and assessment of Veterinary Biomolecular Sciences CAL (workshop), L. Nasir and V.H.M. Dale.

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Workers (AVTRW) Conference 2003, Scarborough. Quantitative versus qualitative approaches to understanding veterinary students experiences of online learning using a biomolecular sciences example. (paper), L. Nasir and V.H.M. Dale

World Veterinary Anaesthesia Conference, 2003, Knoxville, Tennessee: Avoiding the pain in developing Anaesthesia Computer-Assisted Learning for veterinary undergraduate students. (poster), V.H.M. Dale and G. McConnell

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Work (AVTRW) Conference, 2004, Scarborough: Introducing video as a reflective tool in veterinary undergraduate communication skills training (paper), P. Johnston and V. Dale; and Evaluation of a collaborative learning assignment (CLA) in undergraduate veterinary medicine (paper), L. Nasir, V.H.M. Dale and M. Sullivan

Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference, 2004, Edinburgh: Veterinary education & other health professions what can we learn from each other? (pre-conference one-day workshop), D. Walsh, M. Hammick, K. Edmondson, G. McConnell, V.H.M. Dale, C.E. Bell and S. Baillie

International Conference on Communications in Veterinary Medicine (ICCVM) Conference, 2004, Ontario: Student Evaluation of Communication Skills Training: how this informs our teaching practice. (paper), P.E.J. Johnston and V.H.M. Dale

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Work (AVTRW) Conference, 2005, Scarborough A comparison of two cohorts of students attitudes towards the final year companion animal professional examination, before and after the introduction of OSCEs (paper), V.H.M. Dale, J. Mould and M. Sullivan

Development and evaluation of Catteries and Kennels, a computer aided learning (CAL) package as an alternative to lectures for veterinary undergraduates. (paper), M.J. Denwood, V.H.M. Dale and P.S. Yam

Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference, 2005, Amsterdam: A case study in creating and using reusable learning objects. (short communication), G. McConnell, V. Dale and C. Newlands.

Breaking Boundaries 2005, Edinburgh: (Conference organised by Higher Education Academy Subject Centre for Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Medicine) The Progress of Veterinary Communication Skills Training in the UK and Ireland. (workshop), C. Gray, V. Dale, B. Yamagishi and C. Latham

Association for Veterinary Teachers and Research Work (AVTRW) Conference, 2006, Scarborough: Staff and students experiences of educational methods and technologies in undergraduate veterinary medicine at the University of Glasgow. (paper), V.H.M. Dale, E. McAteer and M. Sullivan

An evaluation of students and Faculty_s experiences of using Moodle, a recently implemented virtual learning environment at the University of Glasgow (paper), S. Bierbaum, V.H.M. Dale and M. Sullivan

Association for Medical Education in Europe (AMEE) Conference, 2006, Genoa Evaluation of a recently implemented virtual learning environment (Moodle)_ a survey of veterinary teachers_ and students experiences at Glasgow. (short communication), V.H.M. Dale, S. Bierbaum and M. Sullivan

Veterinary Faculty Education Symposium (2002) Facilitation of key skills development in undergraduates using veterinary pathology as an example. V. Dale, P. Johnston and H. Thompson

Veterinary Faculty Education Symposium (2002) Facilitating the development of communication skills in veterinary undergraduates P. Johnston, V. Dale and S. Love






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