wed12Aug2:00 PM3:00 PMVirtual EventAn ‘All-in-One’ Platform for Curriculum Mapping and Instructional Design and Assessment TrainingAshley Ehmig, Amanda Lattin, and Dr. Hill Taylor, American College of Healthcare Sciences2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time
This event has ended
Wednesday 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM Pacific Time
Online via Zoom
The Aromatherapy Program Chair and Director of Library Services and Instruction at the American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) will share the benefits of Coursetune, a highly visual learner-centered
The Aromatherapy Program Chair and Director of Library Services and Instruction at the American College of Healthcare Sciences (ACHS) will share the benefits of Coursetune, a highly visual learner-centered instructional design tool for curriculum mapping, to the faculty and curriculum design team at ACHS.
Specifically, the presenters will expound upon the benefits of having a single platform for all outcome and assessment documents, that may also be used to train faculty on assessment implementation and curriculum design.
At the conclusion of the session, learners will be able to:
- Understand the connection between curriculum design and student outcomes specifically as it pertains to student retention processes.
- Explain to others the benefits of mapping curriculum to identify gaps.
- Identify new ways to see how programs align to industry standards.
- Reflect meaningfully on how their institution conducts course and program reviews.
Ashley Ehmig, American College of Healthcare Sciences
Ashley is the Director of Library Services and Instruction at the American College of Healthcare Sciences. She received her Master of Library Science from Emporia State University and her Bachelor of Science in General Science from the University of Oregon. She has worked in libraries for seven years, including positions in academic libraries, continuing medical education, and medical archives. Ashley is passionate about providing information literacy through different technology platforms and has an interest in instructional design and distance education. She loves working as a librarian and sharing her knowledge with others.
Amanda Lattin, American College of Healthcare Sciences
Amanda Lattin is a Professor and Aromatherapy and Spa Management Program Chair at the American College of Healthcare Sciences. Amanda has nearly 20 years of experience as an educator and subject-specific consultant with institutions such as the National University of Natural Medicine Traditional Roots Institute. Amanda has designed and taught curricula on chemistry, biochemistry, case study and research writing, aromatherapy, and medical herbalism for both online and face to face platforms ranging from undergraduate to post-doctoral continuing education levels. Amanda’s current projects and publications focus around holism in science and medicine, and online research skill development tools.
Dr. Hill Taylor, American College of Healthcare Sciences
Hill Taylor is Chief Academic Officer (Academic Dean) at the American College of Healthcare Sciences. Prior to working at ACHS, Hill served as Director of the Office of Learning Support at Oregon Health & Science University, and led OHSU WRITEs, a core OHSU Interprofessional Initiative. Dr. Taylor’s research and publications focus on issues of environmental consciousness and place-making. These themes appear in his recent book chapter “Ecotopia Revisited in Image: The Imagined (and Enacted) Promise and Peril of Portland” published in Climate Consciousness and Environmental Activism in Composition. Dr. Taylor earned a Ph.D. as well as a Masters degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; an MBA from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington; and a Bachelor’s degree at North Carolina State University.