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Preparing and Recording Lectures for Online Delivery

  • Thierry R. H. BacroEmail author
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Abstract

Software programs allowing quality audio–video recording of lectures have been rapidly evolving in the last few years and faculty teaching anatomy across the world have been integrating them in the set of educational tools used to teach their specialty. Ranging from very simple to very sophisticated, these software programs have allowed faculty to face the increasing demands placed upon them in terms of teaching load. The published research in the usefulness of lecture recording clearly indicates that the use of lecture recording systems (LRS) is usually well received by students but also indicates that not all students in an anatomy course will spontaneously use LRS. A significant percentage of them, up to 30 % ,will not use the LRS at all with a possible additional 40 % or so using it very little (less than 10 times for the semester). Recent evidence suggest that students should use it in moderation in order to benefit from it (one time per lecture on average with the most common time of use being from 10 to 20 min per lecture) and that excessive usage may lead to lower score on exams. This chapter describes strategies to help faculty successfully adopt and implement LRS in the field of anatomy teaching.

Keywords

United States Medical License Examination Audience Response System Online Delivery United States Medical License Examination Significant Emergency 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Regenerative Medicine and Cell Biology, Center for Anatomical Studies and EducationMedical University of South CarolinaCharlestonUSA

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