The The ArcheViewer, powered by the ArcheMedX Learning Actions ModelSM, improves learning, competency, and performance in healthcare professionals independent of learner demographics or learning style. This e-learning architecture profoundly impacts both the educational planner and learner, by adding the structure clinicians require to simplify their online learning and improve performance in practice while enabling educators to harness real-time learning actions data to optimize educational content and continuously improve their educational programs.
By connecting learning actions (both clinician and educator driven) together in a single platform, the ArcheViewer redefines self-directed learning for the individual clinician learner (a new vision for ‘traditional online CME’) and delivers content (videos, slides, cases, audio, etc) in a more personalized and engaging experience that paves the way for advancements in healthcare, improved patient outcomes, and ultimately lower healthcare costs.
We know that notes are the foundation of learning – without taking notes effectively and efficiently even the smartest of adult learners struggle to recall more than 3-5 new ideas. The ArcheViewer enables learners to take notes synchronized to the most relevant moments within the educational content, making it easier to apply critical lessons to clinical practice.Learn More
For decades we have understood adult learners to be self-directed and the stark reailty is, when the answers to their questions are not immediately addressed within the educational content, learners often (and consistently) look elsewhere for answers. The ArcheViewer makes it simple for educators to provide these answers through a curated and indexed library of resources that learners can search through without leaving the planned content.Learn More
Reminders and Spaced-Learning Theory
If note-taking is the foundation of learning, then reminders are the gateway. The more we understand about ‘spacing’ and ‘reflection’ and ‘long-term learning’, the more critical it becomes to provide a simple system for setting and utilizing reminders. Yet, more often than not learners fail to reflect on the content shared by educators, and most learners never go back to their notes in the days and weeks that follow the educational activity. Regardless of how much learning theory is applied in planning the education, learners need a practical system to trigger reflection or the key lessons imparted will fail to make an impact on clinical practice. The ArcheViewer enables long-term learning and behavior change by driving recall through a spaced based learning reminder system that leverages the learner’s own notes and prioritization.Learn More
Planners and faculty can quickly assess the effectiveness of their planned content as learning actions data and lesson progress is presented back in real-time. By integrating this real-time data view in the ArcheViewer, educators can utilize the lesson tools to update content on the fly and nudge individual learners to engage more actively or to focus on their subject matter weaknesses. When combined with ArcheInsight, faculty can view learning action data alongside pre-test, post-test and evaluation results to more effectively assess how knowledge change is occurring and to identify where the curriculum and content can be refined.
- Take and synchronize notes at any moment during the learning activity
- React to specially designed nudges from faculty to drive reflection, learning, and retention
- Search a library of related resources selected by faculty and educational planners
- Create a personalized learning stream of reminders that connects lessons and activities over time
Educational Planner Features
- Engage learners to reflect and take action at prescribed moments
- Access learner data through a reporting dashboard that simplifies analysis and sharing
- Glean insights from learner data to optimize content
- Easily update and refine the learning experience to drive improved learning outcomes