Collaborative Learning Using Escape Designs and Pedagogies (CLUEDUP)

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Project Identification
Project Period
6/2021 - 5/2023
Investor / Pogramme / Project type
European Union
MU Faculty or unit
Faculty of Medicine
Cooperating Organization
St Georges, University of London

Combining online TBL and the escape room philosophy will allow multi-professional learning in patient context, to supplement reduced F2F experiential training in healthcare. Creation of scenarios in virtual/mixed/augmented reality (VR/MR/AR) environments will allow remote/distance training, thereby enabling mitigation or reduction of training/education in relatively costly and face to face simulation centres. Scenarios will be built through cooperation with multiple stakeholders, including the ESCAPE4HEALTH and their early project stage experiences, evaluation and guidelines, to support current curricula and foster open education. Scenarios co-created by these multi-stake holder engagement approaches will include scenarios built around the complications induced by COVID-19 and other pandemics and emergencies, which will contribute to the sustainability of the project beyond its duration. To do this extent, we exploit a range of open access innovative practices for remote training, many of them the outcome of Erasmus projects. Evaluation and guidelines will support current curricula and foster open education.

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