Martin Komenda

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—This contribution demonstrates how to apply concepts of social network analysis on educational data. The main aim of this approach is to provide a deeper insight into the structure of courses and/or other learning units that belong to a given curriculum in order to improve the learning process. The presented work can help us discover communities of similar(More)
BACKGROUND Various information systems for medical curriculum mapping and harmonization have been developed and successfully applied to date. However, the methods for exploiting the datasets captured inside the systems are rather lacking. METHOD We reviewed the existing medical terminologies, nomenclatures, coding and classification systems in order to(More)
BACKGROUND No universal solution, based on an approved pedagogical approach, exists to parametrically describe, effectively manage, and clearly visualize a higher education institution's curriculum, including tools for unveiling relationships inside curricular datasets. OBJECTIVE We aim to solve the issue of medical curriculum mapping to improve(More)
This contribution introduces a new web-based OPTIMED platform for an effective harmonisation of medical and healthcare curriculum. Behind the engineering background stays an original methodology covering planning model based on formal parameterisation of curriculum, which fully support the outcome-based approach to education. With the use of developed(More)
BACKGROUND Medical Faculties Network (MEFANET) has established itself as the authority for setting standards for medical educators in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, 2 independent countries with similar languages that once comprised a federation and that still retain the same curricular structure for medical education. One of the basic goals of the network(More)
Today, World Wide Web technology provides many opportunities in the disclosure of electronic learning and teaching content. The MEFANET project (MEdical FAculties NETwork) has initiated international, effective and open cooperation among all Czech and Slovak medical faculties in the medical education fields. This paper introduces the original MEFANET(More)
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