[Ciimplementer] May 9 CI Developer-to-Developer Workshop
tcameron at aamc.org
Tue Apr 1 18:45:55 UTC 2014
We have scheduled a Curriculum Inventory Developer-to-Developer Workshop at the O'Hare Hilton on Friday, May 9. This workshop is intended for software developers who are writing XML exports from school-developed curriculum management systems for upload to the Curriculum Inventory. If your school is using a commercial or open-source curriculum management system developed by one of our Vendors (https://www.aamc.org/download/249510/data/cipvendordocument.pdf), it is unlikely that you would benefit from this workshop.
The session will begin with an overview of the CI Specification, Competency Framework, AAMC Business Rules, and Developer Resources, and include walk-throughs of XML showing PCRS to Program Competencies Mapping,
Event to Program Competency Mapping, and Sequence Block and Event Detail Documentation. Three school developers who successfully uploaded to the 2012-2013 Curriculum Inventory will share Lessons Learned and provide hands-on assistance to participants as they develop XML files.
Participants will bring laptops and write, validate, and upload XML code to create a successful Curriculum Inventory Submission that includes Program Objectives to PCRS Mapping and at least once course's detailed data.
A detailed agenda and more details will be posted to www.aamc.org/cir<http://www.aamc.org/cir>. Registration is required, but free. Travel costs are the responsibility of the school.
To register, please send contact information to tcameron at aamc.org<mailto:tcameron at aamc.org> by Friday, April 25.
Thanks to Valerie Smothers, James Galt, Ye Chen, and Saniya Saifee for serving as faculty for the workshop.
Terri Cameron, MA
Director of Curriculum Programs
Medical Academic Performance Services (MedAPS)
Association of American Medical Colleges
2450 N Street, N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20037-1127
T (217) 891-2076 F (202) 828-0659
E tcameron at aamc.org
Tomorrow's Doctors, Tomorrow's Cures(r)
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