B.Cog.Sci GCERT(Health Professional Education)
Bill has responsibility for developing, piloting and implementing e-learning tools to support learning and teaching in classroom and clinical contexts for undergraduate medical and allied health students. These tools include an electronic logbook, an electronic portfolio, and electronic games to support clinical reasoning and decision-making.
Bill has over thirty years of experience in dealing with digital information in workplaces. He has designed and monitored simulation exercises to “illustrate medical, military and industrial scenarios” so that participants can attempt resolution of realistic problems in a safe learning environment, and record their responses for later reflection and evaluation.
With extensive knowledge of data transferring across different platforms and remote sites and is aware of the issues involved in the distributed delivery of educational programs, and supporting learners and teachers working at a distance from their peers, supervisors and students. Part of this process involves designing, implementing and piloting user interfaces using multiple digital platforms.