Sharing online educational resources, platforms and practices for e-learning/m-learning in GP registrar education (GEM): A review and feasibility study

Chester, A, Denny, B, Brown, J and Butler, M 2014, Sharing online educational resources, platforms and practices for e-learning/m-learning in GP registrar education (GEM): A review and feasibility study, GPET, Canberra, Australia


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Title of report Sharing online educational resources, platforms and practices for e-learning/m-learning in GP registrar education (GEM): A review and feasibility study
Author(s) Chester, A
Denny, B
Brown, J
Butler, M
Year of publication 2014
Publisher GPET
Place of publication Canberra, Australia
Subjects Primary Health Care
Abstract/Summary The GP E-learning/M-learning (GEM) project sought to evaluate the feasibility of e-learning collaboration in the Australian GP education and training community. Arising from a perceived need within the sector for increased collaboration around e-learning among regional training providers (RTPs), the project investigated ways in which to encourage increased sustainability and reuse of e-learning resources, tools, and platforms. It is anticipated that increased collaboration and sharing will discourage duplication and redundancy, and promote consistency, quality, and sustainability in e-learning for GP registrars across the country.
Commissioning body General Practice Education & Training Ltd. (GPET)
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