OAND Annual Conference

I’m honored to be presenting at the Ohio Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Annual Conference today in Cleveland.  See below for links to the many references and resources in my presentation:

Nutrition Informatics Resources from The Academy

Nutrition Informatics Publications

Essential Practice Competences from CDR

 

 

 

FNCE 2016

I get to present at FNCE in Boston this year!  I’ll be presenting on nutrition informatics with a representative from the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS)

MD 1100 – Careers in Dietetics

Last year I presented to Medical Dietetics 1100, and wouldn’t you know I get to do it all again this year.  Here’s my Prezi from today.

(tip- if you like Prezi, be sure to sign up for an education account.  Free stuff!)

And the ever necessary link round up:

HRS 4914 – Group Education Process in Healthcare

I’m delighted to be presenting to dietetic and health science students today, and as ever, my presentation is chock full of links.  Here’s all the info for anyone looking for more information from today.

When looking for images, there’s a big difference between websites like www.thinkstockphotos.com and www.morguefile.com

Best practice is to understand copyright, look for media with creative commons licenses, and always give attribution to the author/creator.

If you’re wanting to learn more tips and tricks while a student at OSU, your best bet is the Digital Union. I recommend the location in Prior Hall.

And be sure you’re getting all the software you can while a student, by checking out the Office of the Chief Information Officer IT info for students.

 

 

Photo credit: jdurham from morguefile.com

Using Media in Education

Videos can be a terrific way to convey nutrition information.  I made this video a few years ago to show how we were teaching informatics to dietetics students at the time:

Here’s what I used to put it together:

The only constant is change, and now I’m using this video to help teach about making videos. For example, I was careful to make sure that all elements of my video followed the rules of copyright, and that I gave credit where credit was due.