As you may have seen, via Bulletin or our monthly enewsletter, we have recently launched our first learning journey.
What are learning journeys?
A learning journey is a resource made up of curated content that will help you learn about a given subject. Our first learning journey topic is eHealth, which broadly covers the use of social media and other forms digital technology in speech and language therapy.
How do learning journeys work?
The content within each learning journey is broken into lots of manageable ‘chunks’ that can be completed at your own pace.
You can dip in as and when you want to, or you can set aside an hour to go through more in one go – it’s entirely up to you how you approach your journey.
For more information, please have a look at our learning journey page.
The eHealth learning journey
The eHealth learning journey is all about the use of eHealth in speech and language therapy.
We’ve split this broad topic into four more defined areas:
- social media
- information governance
The modules in our eHealth learning journey were written or collected by experts in the field of eHealth, and within each module, there are plenty of opportunities for knowledge checks and reflection as well as case studies, examples, tips, set-up guides and general advice on best practice.
Please let us know what you think by completing the eHealth feedback survey (at the end of each module) or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.