Using Digital Tools for Interprofessional Collaboration
This program includes two recordings that discuss how technology can eliminate barriers to team-based professional collaboration. Explore technological tools and resources that professionals across disciplines can use to share detailed and complex information in an efficient manner—with each other as well as with clients and their families. Participants will gain information on digital curation, screencasting, flipped videos, and other tools, along with suggestions for free or low-cost resources and tips for applying them in educational and clinical settings. These recordings originally appeared in the June 2014 online conference "Improving Communication of People With Severe Disabilities: Interprofessional Strategies."
You will be able to:
- explain the process for using new technologies such as digital curation, screencasting, and interactive images
- discuss applications for using screencasting, digital curation, and interactive images in supporting individuals with significant disabilities
- name competencies that promote interprofessional collaboration across all populations
- discuss how technology can promote collaboration on behalf of all clients
- list at least three options for virtual collaboration
What is an eWorkshop?
An ASHA eWorkshop is an interactive, slide- and video-based workshop. Watch it at your leisure, and simply submit a completion form to earn CEUs.
To complete this program, you will need the following plugins:
- Adobe Flash Player
- Adobe Reader
And one of the following browsers:
- Windows 2000/XP/Vista: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later, Netscape 7.x, Firefox 1.x or later, or Opera 7.11