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The latest Myprogress news, hot off the press

Over the last 18 months, we’ve been on the road listening to our customers and we’re now ready to release the latest version of Myprogress, based on the feedback, thoughts and ideas we've gathered.

Whether you're looking for a more streamlined assessment process for students, mentors and observers in challenging workplace environments, incredibly powerful ways that students and faculty can visualise progress throughout a degree or vocational programme, or robust answers to questions about graduating students’ abilities to work safely without supervision, the changes in version 6 will help.

A project to assess second-year nursing students on placement across Cambridgeshire, using tablets running the Myprogress app, has been commended by the Nursing and Midwifery Council as an example of innovative practice.

A cohort of second-year nursing students at Anglia Ruskin University began their placements across Cambridgeshire this February, recording their progress using tablets running the Myprogress app. The NMC has commended the Anglia Ruskin University project as an example of innovative practice, to be shared nationally via its website.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has adopted Myprogress for the assessment of clinical skills and entrustable professional activities with undergraduates on clinical rotation.

Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine has become the latest school to adopt Myprogress for assessment in clinical settings. The system will be used to support students on placements across the Northwestern Medicine Health System, allowing them to capture feedback and evidence of skills using an offline mobile app and supporting web platform.

Nearly 4000 delegates are gathering in Baltimore MD this week for the AAMC's Learn, Serve, Lead Meeting, and the Medical Education Meeting 2015. And Myprogress is featured in the exhibition.

The AAMC’s second annual Medical Education Meeting is the national platform to experience advancements in medical education, connect with thought leaders from across the educational continuum, collaborate on transformative scholarly work, and engage with peers who are implementing innovative strategies to enhance teaching and learning. Myprogress is on display on stand 420 in the exhibition.

The University of Dundee, the University of Edinburgh, Robert Gordon University and University College Dublin have licensed Myprogress for managing student assessments.

Myprogress, the popular offline mobile assessment tool produced by MyKnowledgeMap, has been selected by a number of leading Scottish and Irish Universities. University College Dublin are rolling out the system for assessing their Vetinary students in practice. The University of Dundee will be using Myprogress with their medical students. Both UCD and Dundee have also licensed Myshowcase.me, the personal portfolio. The nursing departments at Robert Gordon University and the University of Edinburgh are using Myprogress to deliver an electronic version of the Scottish Ongoing Achievement Record for nursing.

The University of Minnesota Medical School has purchased Myprogress for assessing undergraduates in clinical placements.

Based in Minneapolis and Duluth, Minnesota, the University of Minnesota Medical School provides care to nearly 1 million patients across Minnesota, and trains more than 70% of Minnesota's physicians. The school will be using Myprogress to record observed patient encounters and clinical experience using student's mobile devices, and will begin rolling the system out in the 2015/2016 academic year.