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The following data elements are presented for the working group to consider including in version 2.

Element

Description

Source

Simulation and 3d environments?

Not sure what would be necessary.

medbiq annual conference

Players?

Not sure what would be necessary

medbiq annual conference

Citation

An academic citation for the activity or resource.

mEducator

Quality Stamp

If the resource has received a quality stampt of approval, that would be indicated using this element.

mEducator

learningResourceType

Should we add values from the mEducator vocabulary?
See: http://www.meducator.net/?q=content/mEducator_Scheme_bpg#resourceType 

mEducator

media type

The media format of the resource, or the media formats included in the resource if this is a complex one. It is possible to have more values for this field, e.g. an image sequence accompanied by an audio clip, or a blog post including a videoclip. It captures the aspects of media related to the packaging standards that are used to interoperate the resource across different learning platforms (e.g., SCORM package, MVP, Medbiquitous Virtual Patient) but leaves out the specifics of the file such as format and size.
See: http://www.meducator.net/?q=content/mEducator_Scheme_bpg#mediaType

mEducator

Repurposing

Actually, this would be many elements. mEducator uses several elements for describing repurposing as does eViP.

mEducator and eViP

Educational implementation (maps to meducator context)

educationalContext-statement of the settings (place, time, background etc), overall aspects that this content should be taught in; statement of the recommended pedagogical model/approach that this content is aimed to be taught with; statement of what use this source is recommended for.

mEducator

Teaching and learning instructions

Instructions of how to use this resource for teaching and/or learning.

mEducator

originating System

Describes details of the tool or system that was used to create the learning resource/activity. Includes subelements system, version, and path type (specific to virtual patients)See: http://www.virtualpatients.eu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/evip_deliverable_3.5.pdf pg 10.

eViP

Patient consent data

Photographs present in virtual patients may sometimes enable the identification of the real patient (e.g. facial images, in some cases X-rays, etc). In such
cases written permission to use the images is required before the materials can be presented in teaching. Consent forms should be kept at the originating
institution. Identifiers of the documents can be stored in the virtual patient’s metadata.
See: http://www.virtualpatients.eu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/evip_deliverable_3.5.pdf pg 13.

eViP

Educational scenario

Teaching, learning or assessment
See 
See: http://www.virtualpatients.eu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/evip_deliverable_3.5.pdf pg 15.

eViP

Interactive elements

Kinds of questions, task and challenges faced.
See: http://www.virtualpatients.eu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/evip_deliverable_3.5.pdf pg 15.

eViP

VP age and sex?

ask David Davies?

eViP

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