E-Learning in Occupational Therapy (E-LOT) project

Naja Benigna Kruse, Stina Bjørnskov

Research output: Contribution to conference without a publisher/journalAbstractCommunication


E-LOT relates to the main theme of ENOTHE 2019: Sustainability in OT EDUCATION by focusing on development of new digital educational methods.
• Digital Education and Health
• Living labs

The aim is to create a digital learning platform within our living lab-apartment to support and encourage student engagement through e-learning.

The educational content on the platform consists of instructive videos, exercises and written directions available on touchscreens located in the living lab. The content allows students to improve their skills and competences without a teacher being present, hereby inspiring student engagement, and study intensity. E-LOT enables independent practice of e.g. person transfer or use of assistive devises by video guidance and additional relevant materials. To ensure sufficient quality the content is produced by trained OT’s. Volunteer students are involved in developing both content and user interface.

The project is ongoing with continuous development and evaluation in order to strengthen the blended learning approach in the OT education program.

The content on the platform must be accessible to students in all semesters in autumn 2019. We plan to demonstrate the platform and elaborate on results of the first evaluations at ENOTHE 2019.

Translated title of the contributionE-Learning in Occupational Therapy (E-LOT) project
Original languageEnglish
Publication date17 Oct 2019
Publication statusPublished - 17 Oct 2019
EventENOTHE Annual Meeting 2019, SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS!: ENOTHE 2019 - Department of Occupational Therapy, Metropolitan College, Athens, Greece
Duration: 17 Oct 201919 Feb 2020


ConferenceENOTHE Annual Meeting 2019, SUSTAINABILITY MATTERS!
LocationDepartment of Occupational Therapy, Metropolitan College
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  • occupational therapy


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  • E-LOT: E-Learning in Occupational Therapy

    Kruse, N. B. (Principle researcher) & Bjørnskov, S. (Principle researcher)


    Project: Development project/ Innovation

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