We go by many names - simulationist, simulation technology specialists, technicians, engineers, sim tech, operators, jack of all trades, or wizard. We are the stage managers of medical theater, have our boots on the ground and our hands in the (moulaged) guts of medical simulation.
Our role is to get the technology out of the way of the learning, to make it a seamless experience. But it's not easy.
This website is a community forum for sharing the tips and tricks that make our lives just a little be easier - those ideas we wish we had learned years ago!
Share your ideas! Contact Kam McCowan <firstname.lastname@example.org> to become a contributor to this wiki, or start immediately by posting your comments!
Once you get the confirmation email letting you know you're listed as a contributor, come back and click on "sign in" way down there at the bottom right hand corner of this page. (You will need to set up a free Google account if you don't have one already.) There's also good information on how to making new pages and editing existing ones in the Google Sites help files.