The hospital's self-developed smart monitoring station for medical online learning serves the interns and training personnel of Taipei Veterans General Hospital and our branch hospitals, with a total of more than 12,000 students. To ensure the controllability and effectiveness of medical education tasks, we use business intelligence tools to construct a visual dashboard.
We divide online learning into two aspects: "taking root", which is mainly about starting classes, and "growth", which is mainly about learning. The grounding orientation is to monitor whether each unit's course opening and preparation of teaching materials meet the requirements of the teaching plan. From the perspective of students, the growth aspect evaluates the number of courses passed, the number of textbooks read, and the length of time devoted to learning by the incumbents of various units and categories, or the students who come to the hospital for internships and advanced studies.In the end, the radar chart composed of five vectors can quickly show whether the teaching task has deep roots and strong growth momentum from the perspective of "teaching and learning".