Tools for mobile clinical skills assessments, for OSCEs, and for recording learning experiences in challenging clinical environments.
Help trainees to capture evidence of their skills while they're on placement in schools.
In 2010, the University of Leeds first issued iPhones to all fourth and fifth year medical students, giving them access to assessments and progress files for collecting evidence of their capabilities using MyKnowledgeMap's ReallyManaging Assessments platform (now known as Myprogress™).
NSARE—the National Skills Academy for Railway Engineering—was set up by the railway industry to help tackle current and future skills needs within the railway engineering sector. MyKnowledgeMap developed the national Skills Backbone system for the industry to underpin improvements in training provision, and establish a national competency database.
The Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Group on Information Resources are meeting in San Diego this week, and MyKnowledgeMap will be showcasing our popular Myprogress tools for observational assessment in practice as well as a brand new showcasing tool, Myshowcase.me.
MyKnowledgeMap's CEO, Rob Arntsen, today addressed the 13th annual international conference on e-Assessment and computer supported assessment and qualifications, the e-Assessment Question Conference, on the theme of new approaches.
If you like the sound of what we're doing, or think that our products could fit within your course or project, then we'd love to hear from you.