Multimedia Support of Medical Education Utilizing On-Line Archive of Video Lectures
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Recent trends in higher education utilize advances of information and communication technologies and web services more intensively than ever to support distance education forms. The reasons raised mainly because of the needs to minimize working load of teachers, to create reusable teaching resources and to satisfy students requirements to obtain electronic and on-line available study materials. Similarly to other branches, we applied such techniques to offer our students but also to all interested persons the latest knowledge from the area of infectious diseases, their prevention and treatment. Therefore, we realized specialized and scientific sessions that were live streamed, archived and shared through video gallery on our faculty portal.
KeywordsDistance Education Video Streaming Remote User Streaming Server Anonymous User
Results presented in this work were obtained with the support of the national grant KEGA 005UPJS-4/2012 (50 %) and in the framework of the project “Support research and development in the Moravian-Silesian Region 2014 DT 1—International research teams” (RRC/07/2014), financed from the budget of the Moravian-Silesian Region (50 %).
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