RVC wins Learning and Teaching Competition
12 September 2011
The Royal Veterinary College has won Jorum's Learning and Teaching competition, it was announced at this year's ALT-C conference in Leeds during the gala dinner on Wednesday, 7 September.
"Testing the Functional Integrity of Ocular Reflexes" is a Flash simulation designed to help pre-clinical students to understand the function of ocular nerves and muscles and was produced by the College's eMedia Unit.
Academic lead for the project was Raymond Macharia, instructional design and programming by Sonya Powney, illustrations and visual design by Jack Sisterson, and additional text by Chris Trace.
Jorum is a JISC-funded Service in Development in UK Further and Higher Education, to collect and share learning and teaching materials, allowing their reuse and repurposing. www.jorum.ac.uk/
The Royal Veterinary College
Established in 1791, the RVC is the UK’s longest-standing veterinary college—with a proud heritage of innovation in veterinary science, clinical practice and education.