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Tuesday, August 16 • 1:00pm - 1:30pm
ARISE: Using ARIS to Enhance Learning in Healthcare Simulation

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The Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) project is part of a statewide collaborative effort between the 16 Wisconsin Technical Colleges made possible by a three year US Department of Labor grant and the Advancing Careers and Training for Healthcare (ACT for Healthcare) project. Using the ARIS open-source platform and gamed-based situated learning theory, the ARISE project designs healthcare simulations using iPads, QR codes and rich media to augment both high and low-fidelity simulations and enhance learner engagement. As year two of the grant nears completion, the ARISE team is excited to demonstrate the evolution of the project’s concept and design from the original prototypes demonstrated a year ago.

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Charles Leffingwell

ARISE Scenario Programmer, Chippewa Valley Technical College
Currently programming scenarios to augment the reality of existing healthcare related simulations. We will be using QR code based ARIS programs to help add bits of reality and structure to simulations that technical college healthcare training programs use to train students in a variety of healthcare related disciplines.I have a B.S. degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology from the Milwaukee School of Engineering and an Associate Degree in... Read More →
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Theresa Meinen, MS, RRT

ARISE Project - Instructional Designer, Chippewa Valley Technical College
I am a Respiratory Therapist by trade and the current Director of Clinical Education for the Respiratory Therapy Program at Chippewa Valley Technical College. However, I have a soft spot for health care simulation education and was excited to join the Augmented Reality Integrated Simulation Education (ARISE) project this past fall. As part of a TAACCCT 4 grant, the ARISE project is designing more realistic and engaging health care simulations... Read More →

Tuesday August 16, 2016 1:00pm - 1:30pm
Industry (Main Room) - Union South

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