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  • 1. Using Shared Media Marquis Walsh Instructional Development Center Presenter:
  • 2.
    • Introductions
    • Why use Shared Media / Examples
    • How to Share Media (hands-on)
    • SlideShare, Youtube, FORAtv, TedTalks
    • Q&A / Best Practices
    Using Shared Media:
  • 3.
    • Why use Shared Media
    • In December 2006, 85% of the traditional college student demographic, users aged 18 to 24 , had watched online videos on websites such as YouTube, ABC, CNN, Yahoo, Google, and MySpace.
    *According to a poll conducted by Harris Interactive
  • 4.
    • Why use Shared Media
    • Future prediction:
    • Households watching online videos worldwide will grow from 13 million in 2005 to 131 million in 2010.
    • There’s a lot of free content out there.
  • 5.
    • Faculty Examples:
  • 6. Brain Injury Misconceptions Amnesic Syndromes and the Media Portrayal Michael Fraas Comm. Sciences and Disorders
  • 7. Misconceptions in Brain Injury Hux et al., 2006
    • Person with BI can not remember people or themselves or recall daily events
    • Complete recovery is not possible
  • 8.  
  • 9. Common Amnesia Features
    • Normal intelligence
    • Severely impaired learning
    • Personality/identity unaffected
  • 10. Causes
    • Neurosurgery
    • Brain infection
    • Stroke
    • Tumor
    • Brain injury less likely
  • 11.
    • Many actors do not have noticeable everyday memory difficulties
    • They manage to create and maintain entirely new lives post injury
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cD-uQreIwEk
  • 12.
    • Amnesic characters often have little difficulty remembering events during the day
    • But they have “their slates wiped clean” while asleep at night
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_-vrKBVITs
  • 13. Personality Change
    • Complete and dramatic change in personality
    • Complete shift in values and behavior
    • Bad characters become good following their amnesia
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zidtV_cnDDA
  • 14. Mind Erasers
    • There are devices that can change your ability to remember/forget
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1GiLxkDK8sI
  • 15. Portrayal of Recovery
    • A second ‘bang’ to the head results in restoration of the character’s:
      • Full faculty
      • Identity
      • Personality
  • 16. Honorable Mentions in Cinema
    • Se Quien Eres (2000)- A psychiatrist treats a patient with Korsakoff’s syndrome.
    • Momento (2000)- Inspired partly by HM
    • Character develops severe amnesia following an attack:
      • He retains his identity
      • Displays little retrograde amnesia
      • Demonstrates everyday memory deficits
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGt7B3a4pcg
  • 17. Finding Nemo
    • Dory displays profound memory deficits
    • Difficulties in learning and retaining new information
    • Impaired name recall
    • Does not know where she is going or why
    • Frustration felt by others
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuvF113uty4
  • 18. Summary
    • Films make no distinctions based on amnesia etiology
      • Etiology is critical in dx, px, tx.
    • Real world vs. movie land deficits
    • Two is not better than one
  • 19. Incidence of TBI in the US
    • Each year 1.4 million people sustain a TBI
    • 80-90K sustain life long disabilities
    • 5.4 million live with long-term deficits
    • Direct and indirect costs (i.e. lost productivity) totaled an estimated $56.3 billion in 1995
    Michael Fraas Comm. Sciences and Disorders
  • 20. Incidence of TBI in Military
    • Previous wars: ~ 20% TBI
    • 2003-2005: ~ 30% of combat-related injuries seen at WRAMC included TBI
    • Blast injuries can produce a TBI
      • > 50% of combat-related injuries
    • 862 “TBI- at risk” soldiers: 51% had TBI
  • 21. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bq97KTHdfd0 What is the incidence of TBI in Iraq and Afghanistan?
  • 22. Brain Injury Video
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Cv6cRN9A44&mode=related&search=
  • 23.
    • How to use Shared Media:
    Slideshare Youtube FORAtv TedTalks
  • 24.
    • Q&A
    • Best Practices
    Contact info: Marquis Walsh Instructional Development Center Level G, Dimond Library 862-2431 [email_address]