Have you seen the parietal watch?

Pages of Text or HTML with images

Last updated on Tuesday, August 17 2010 by jdmiles

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This kind of resource is more or less what you've been reading this presentation on: hypertext pages wihch mix text, hyperlinks, images and interactive images.

Dr. Mark Cohen's lecture on Parkinsonian neurodegenerative diseases is a much stronger example. It incorporates a video, a podcast, and many pictures.  Some other pages also incorporate questions.


Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

Electrodiagnostic Technologists

  • Seeing a patient
  • Unusual nerve conduction study
  • Review the technique beforehand
  • Can be done in the room on the EMG machine




  • Useful
  • No major benefit over looking at the same information in a book
  • Multiple modalities may be helpful


Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

Neuromuscular lecture
  • Use FrontalCortex almost like PowerPoint
  • Lecture while going through text and images on the computer




  • Adequate
  • Powerpoint is not in any danger



Mixing with Face-to-Face Learning

Complex Topics with Detailed Pages:

  • Discussing a topic
  • Load the page, show the learner the various resources on the page
  • Discuss an image or two
  • Let them explore it then, or later



  • Somewhat better received face-to-face than Flash presentations
  • Bite-size pieces learners can look at during a discussion
  • Larger pieces learners may or may not look at later

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