2007-2008, U. of Maryland Baltimore
From 2007 through 2008, I worked with Dr. Gary Buterbaugh to create a series of virtual labs on human anatomy. Because incoming students had previously taken intensive anatomy and physiology courses, and due to space and budget constraints, dissection labs were being removed from the human biology curriculum. We worked to replace them with online human anatomy reviews that gave students a chance to practice facts and concepts.
2008-2010, U. Maryland Baltimore
In the spring of 2008, I began working with Dr. Neha Sheth, infectious disease specialist, to develop a series of online case-based assessments, using Questionmark Perception. These included an intensive multi-part online workshop on the process of diagnosing, initiating, and refining therapies for infectious diseases in a hospital setting, adaptive assessments of decision-making in HIV drug therapy, and basic assessments of decision-making on a variety of other diseases. While Questionmark Perception is a closed system, Dr. Sheth and I have done a number of presentations on and off campus on our work in using Questionmark to develop online case presentations.