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      Digital teaching and learning of surgical skills (not only) during the pandemic: a report on a blended learning project Translated title: Digitales Lehren und Lernen chirurgischer Fertigkeiten (nicht nur) in Zeiten der Pandemie: Ein Bericht über ein Blended-Learning-Projekt

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          Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital teaching approaches should be used wherever possible. In this article we report on our project for digital teaching and learning of surgical skills.

          The compulsory elective “Intensivkurs Chirurgische Techniken” for medical students starting with semester 5 was designed as a blended learning course. One week before the face-to-face class, the students receive the learning and teaching material online in a Moodle course. In the face-to-face class, live demos of procedures (e.g. performing skin and intestinal sutures) are presented by the teachers. The learners then perform the practical procedures and record themselves with the camera of an iPad. They publish their videos in the Moodle course via an Opencast plugin. The implementation of an annotation tool enables everyone in the Moodle course to add free-text comments to selected parts of the videos (video-assisted feedback and coaching).

          As a result of the pandemic, the face-to-face class is being moved to a digital learning environment. For this purpose, we are extending the existing system with a web conference tool (BigBlueButton).

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          Vor dem Hintergrund der COVID-19-Pandemie sollen Lehrveranstaltungen nach Möglichkeit digital stattfinden. In diesem Beitrag berichten wir über unser Lehrprojekt zum digitalen Lehren und Lernen chirurgischer Fertigkeiten.

          Die Wahlpflichtveranstaltung „Intensivkurs Chirurgische Techniken“ für Medizinstudierende ab dem 5. Semester wurde in einem Blended-Learning-Format konzipiert. Eine Woche vor Beginn der Präsenzphase werden den Studierenden die Lernmaterialien für die Veranstaltung in einem Moodle Kurs zur Verfügung gestellt. In der Präsenzphase werden Übungen zu Haut- und Darmnähten in Live-Demos durch die Dozierenden präsentiert. Anschließend führen die Lernenden die praktischen Übungen durch und zeichnen sich dabei mit der Kamera eines iPad auf. Mithilfe eines Opencast-Plugins veröffentlichen sie ihre Videos im Moodle Kurs. Die Einbindung eines Annotation Tool ermöglicht allen Teilnehmenden im Moodle Kurs einzelne Stellen der Videos mit Freitext zu kommentieren (videogestütztes Feedback und Coaching).

          In Folge der Pandemie soll nun auch die Präsenzphase digital durchgeführt werden. Dafür wird das vorhandene System um eine Webkonferenzlösung (BigBlueButton) erweitert.

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                Journal
                GMS J Med Educ
                GMS J Med Educ
                GMS J Med Educ
                GMS Journal for Medical Education
                German Medical Science GMS Publishing House
                2366-5017
                03 December 2020
                2020
                : 37
                : 7 , Teaching in times of Covid-19/Lehre in Zeiten von Covid-19
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Jena University Hospital, Department of General, Visceral and Vascular Surgery, Experimental Transplantation Surgery, Jena, Germany
                [2 ]University of Jena, University Computer Centre, Multimedia Centre, Jena, Germany
                [3 ]ELAN e.V., Osnabrück, Germany
                Author notes
                *To whom correspondence should be addressed: Uta Dahmen, Jena University Hospital, Department of General, Visceral and Vascular Surgery, Experimental Transplantation Surgery, Drackendorfer Str. 1, D-07747 Jena, Germany, E-mail: uta.dahmen@ 123456med.uni-jena.de
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                zma001361 Doc68 urn:nbn:de:0183-zma0013611
                10.3205/zma001361
                7740016
                0cdcd840-5701-43e7-9530-9153c1604059
                Copyright © 2020 Bachmann et al.

                This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 License. See license information at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.

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                covid-19, medical education, practical skills, technology

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