Learn more about this free webinar taking place November 12th at 2PM Eastern through the simulation technology specialist organization SimGHOSTS:
The ongoing SimGHOSTS webinar series welcomes Dr. Daniel Backlund from Texas Tech University Health Science Center who will discuss “Organizational Structure and Statistics in SimulationIQ Enterprise: An Introduction” and is focused to new and veteran users of Arcadia/SimulationIQ Enterprise.
The learning objectives of this talk are:
- Provide an overview of how the organizational structure in Enterprise differs from Arcadia and how can it be used effectively
- Give an overview of scoring methods available in Enterprise, and
- Discuss the types of statistical reports that can be generated for learners and SPs.
Daniel J. Backlund, Ph.D. is the Director of Simulation IT at The F. Marie Hall SimLife Center at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in Lubbock, Texas. As the Director of Simulation IT, Dr. Backlund is in charge of managing and maintaining the audio-visual system, office and simulator workstations, and all servers used by the SimLife center and regional campus simulation centers.
Dr. Backlund has been with the SimLife center since the August of 2010 after completing his Ph.D. in computational semiconductor physics at Texas Tech University. His graduate work involved massively parallel computations on large computer clusters and his work has contributed to the further understanding of the basic chemistry of certain atoms inside of silicon. He brings his knowledge of servers, statistics, and mathematics to the simulation community and is eager to contribute and share his knowledge to others. The SimLife center has utilized the Arcadia product from Education Management Solutions, Inc. for over four years and has migrated all of their regional campuses to the new product: SimulationIQ Enterprise. Dr. Backlund continues to work closely with Education Management Solutions in developing their Enterprise product and provide his expertise and ideas for improvement.