QUEST Independent Learning Group
To optimize the learning experience with the QUEST online course, WFOT will provide a time-limited opportunity to participate in a QUEST independent learning group, which will be hosted on the Occupational Therapy International Online Network (OTION).
Please see more information below.
Information about the QUEST independent learning group
What makes the QUEST independent learning group different?
The QUEST independent learning group is unique because it will allow learners to interact with each other in specific discussion rooms on OTION, as they progress to each new learning unit. In this way they will be able to exchange ideas, thoughts and experiences on QUEST learning exercises, making it an important part of the learning experience.
How do I enrol in the QUEST independent learning group?
There are 2 steps that interested learners need to follow in order to join the QUEST independent learning group.
Step 1: Sign up to the QUEST online course through WFOT learning here.
This platform will give learners access to the learning material, such as videos, case studies, references and more.
Step 2: Sign up to the OTION platform here. This platform will give learners access to the discussion rooms that will open for each learning unit, through which they can interact with other learners. The QUEST independent learning group discussion forum will become available on September 6, 2021.
What are the timelines for participation in the QUEST independent learning group?
Beginning September 6, 2021, learners enrolled in the QUEST online course will be able to interact with other learners through the OTION platform.
Each learning unit discussion room on OTION will be open for a period of 2 weeks.
You can see specific dates for each learning unit by downloading the QUEST independent learning group calendar.
What is the language for participation in the QUEST Independent Learning Group?
The QUEST online course is offered in English. A forum will be created on OTION to discuss each of the learning units. While the forum will be posted in English, it will be possible for participants to create a new topic area under each forum to form a learning group to participate in the online discussions in a language other than English.
Participants will also be able to access the QUEST manual that has been translated into French, German or Spanish to facilitate their participation in the online course. In addition, QUEST videos included in the online course can be viewed with close captioning in other languages. The resources can be accessed on the WFOT website at https://wfot.org/quest.