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Recorded Lectures and Flash Presentations

Last updated on Monday, August 16 2010 by jdmiles

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At this time, FrontalCortex.com has at least a dozen full-length lectures, featuring slides, recorded voice, and some basic user interactive features (Skip ahead, go back, etc).


Great deal of interest from some medical instructors.  In residency programs, rarely any time when all residents are available at once.  


If the lecture can be recorded, it is there for others.

Example

 

 

Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

  • Harder with longer videos
  • Identify areas for improvement
  • Load the relevant video
  • Leave the learner and go do your stuff


Outcome:

  • Quiet grumbling and resentment

 

Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

  • Let people know it’s there
  • Have them see it at their leisure
  • Some folks will go through it, some folks won’t
  • Some folks you don’t know will view it


Outcome:

"Dr. Mark Cohen … of Case Western Reserve University just published a podcast presentation on frontalcortex.com  that is by far the very best lecture on meningiomas and their mimics that I have ever seen. He incorporates the latest World Health Organization criteria on grading of meningiomas in a truly masterful presentation. Plus, Cohen has a great speaking voice. Pathologists, neurologists, neurosurgeons: go see this lecture!
 'Dr. Brian M', Wellsphere.com, neuropathologyblog.blogspot.com"



 

Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

  • Give the live presentation face-to-face
  • Record the whole thing, learner questions and all
  • Optionally webcast it live and include learners from remote sites
  • Post the recorded video online for those who could not attend


Outcome:
  • Filled a specific need
  • Very well-received, enjoyable
  • Humor about the voice of Dr. Miles booming over the speakers from far away
  • Requires expensive software and IT support
  • Labor intensive, requires special skills
  • 5-15 minutes of setup time
  • post-processing time
  • Abandoned





 

 

 

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