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Purpose: To demonstrate Capacity’s GRC and HAF websites and iHRIS software at key dissemination events to generate interest/use in these products.
Vision: Individual and small groups of users learn - via a guided, interactive experience - the overall purpose of the product and a specific application of it. In other words, use from the viewpoint of key user or tied to a particular context or problem.
Venues: GRC iHRIS knowledge fair and EOP event Capacity Expo
Basic concept: Produce several short guided but interactive demonstrations of key features of iHRIS. These are intended to be self-running. The interactivity should be limited to just a few choices intended to showcase the software highlights. Beyond running these demos at events, we can also post them online.
A possible basic format:
- Tell me what I am going to learn
- What's in it for me
- Tell me (the info)
- Show me (video, screencast etc)
- Tell me again
- Tell me how to find more info
Length: 4-5 minutes each
Overlying narrative or goal to accomplish that ties all demos together...
Possible features to be showcased in interactive videos:
- Search for a person's record and maybe enter a couple of fields
- Training module - perhaps schedule someone for a training and then assess
- Report example 1 - generate staff list, show the graphing feature based on the staff list
- Report example 2 - graphical display of nurses by age or gender, set some limits
- iHRIS Plan - Create a quick projection
For #2 above, can we add a custom report showing how many staff have NOT attended a training? This may speak to donors and central planners. Showing how you use the training module to schedule a person for a training and track their assessment and competencies is helpful but using this data as a planning tool demonstrates the “so what” of tracking this data.
For the reports, limit by district as this is often asked.
For #3 above, possibly show person how to run report of nurses in the country, then ask person to choose how they want to "drill down" - maybe give them the options of age, gender, district.