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Educational Technology Toolkit: A Consumer's Guide

Lecture is no longer the only tool medial educators have at their disposal. The advances in technology and electronic communication have brought about many new tools and more than a few new toys. Any individual educator would be challenged to keep abreast of the changes in the landscape without help. In the Spring Webcast Audio Seminar Series, Educational Technology Toolkit: A Consumer's Guide, we will be seeking to provide some of that help as well as some spirited conversation as participants have the opportunity to discuss their own experiences.

In this Seminar Series, we will present six tools that are at your disposal as a Medical Educator. Not specific products, but categories of tools with tips on how and why you might implement them. Drs. Batten and Baptista will begin the series with a discussion of Electronic Audience Response Systems. Dr. Stensaas will focus our attention on the variety of media resources available freely for educational use and guide us through both their identification and organization.

Scott Elliott addresses computer-based testing from the creation of valid exams through resource needs and finally implementation. Matt Christian will help us explore the current market offerings in course management systems and assist us to identify areas of both policy and procedure to target for successful e-learning ventures. 

With Dr. Jackson's seminar, we will return to lecture, examining how technology can be use to capture and deliver lecture material outside the traditional classroom setting. Finally, Dr. Ogilvie will expand our understanding of virtual microscopy; what technological solutions are available and how he has successfully implemented it at his institution.

 


Electronic Response Systems:  Getting Past Gimmick -
April 11, 2006 12:00 pm

Presented by 
Dr. Susan Batten
, Medical University of Ohio
Dr. Carlos Baptista, Medical University of Ohio

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Finding, Organizing and Using Free Media Resources -
April 18, 2006, 12:00 pm:

Presented by Suzanne Stensaas
University of Utah

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Moving from Paper-Pencil to Electronic Exams:  What it Takes to Get it Done -
April 25, 2006, 12:00 pm:

Presented by Scott Elliott
University of Iowa

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Around the World of Course Management Systems in 60 Minutes - or Less -
May 2, 2006, 12:00 pm:

Presented by Matt Christian
Marshall University

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Formula for Delivering Digitized Lectures:  Combine Technology, Faculty Perception, and Copyright Policy then Measure the Educational Outcome -
May 9, 2006, 12:00 pm

Presented by Matt Jackson
Wayne State

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Implementing Virtual Microscopy in Medical Education -
May 16, 2006, 12:00 pm

Presented by Bob Ogilvie
Medical University of South Carolina

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