Video competition for U21 Social Media for Education in Health Project
Video Competition Results
Five fantastic submissions were received. The videos were viewed and voted on during the U21 HSG annual meeting in Santiago, Chile. The three winning videos were submitted by PUC (Cristián Bonilla , Richard Orellana, Angela Rioseco, Daniela Fuentes), HKU ( Dr. Christopher See, Prof. Tai Pong Lam, Prof. Chak Sing Lau) and UCD (Lizzie O'Sullivan). Congratulations!
Watch the Videos
1. PUC: What is social media and how it is used in education (Submitted by Cristián Bonilla , Richard Orellana, Angela Rioseco, Daniela Fuentes)
2. HKU: Critique of social media in health education: issues, challenges, opportunities (Dr. Christopher See, Prof. Tai Pong Lam, Prof. Chak Sing Lau)
3. UCD: Developing professional identities in social media (Submitted by: Lizzie O'Sullivan)
4. Fudan: Social media in health professional education: case studies and good practices. (Submitted by Runyu Zou)
5. HKU: What is social media and how it is used in education? (Submitted by: Dr. Gary Lau, Chan Tsz Tai, Ryan Cheung , Annabel Choy, Stanton Ho, John Ho, Lai Hei Ming, Zenas Leung, Heinz Lo, Kenneth Ngan)
To engage schools in the U21 Health Sciences Group to participate in the development and implementation of social media (SoMe) through crowd sourcing and contribution of ideas to enrich the content and stimulate creative directions forward in the U21 Health Sciences Social Media for Education in Health project.
To produce a 3-minute YouTube video to illustrate the use and/or impact of social media on knowledge sharing and education in health. The approach will be used to educate health sciences students in U21 to use social media responsibly and direct students to a repository of social media policies. Each entry must be evidence based citing research/literature on the subject.
We weclome submissions in the following 7 categories:
- What is social media and how it is used in education?
- Social media in health professional education: case studies and good practices.
- Social media policy in health professional education: current guidelines and approaches.
- Critique of social media in health education: issues, challenges, opportunities.
- Social media as an assessment approach in health education.
- Developing professional identities in social media.
- Research and future directions.
The competition is open to all health sciences students and faculty members in U21 Health Sciences Group member universities.
Selection of winners
The winners will be chosen using the following criteria: relevance, originality, educational value, engagement of users, contribution to new thinking, overall. Content submitted will be made available online and open to voting by viewers. The top 3 videos will be chosen by September 25th and winners will be announced at the U21 Health Sciences Group annual meeting in Chile. A $500 USD Amazon.com gift card will be awarded to each winning team.
The deadline for submission of the videos is Friday August 21st, 2015. Please send your submission to Kelly Jacobs indicating your name or the names of the team members and your university.