Podcast ReviewTHE (PARTICULARLY) GOOD THE BAD THE REALLY UGLY-- what works? -ineffective -more hassle than they’re worthConcisely covered revision topics with clear narrative, Many too long, monotonous and Those that wont load/take toopictures, graphs, diagrams. hard work. long/ keep freezing etcA clinical case e.g. patient describing symptoms with Poor quality visuals worse than Videos of lecturer with no addednarrated approaches to cases/thought no visuals slides/visual information. Might asprocess/summary questions well be podcast.Anatomy narrative with specimens Non-specific titles and lack of Randomly inserted slides just for topic overviews. the sake of it with no added value.Ultrasonography/radiology/microscopy/ Unexplained or mistimed graphs, Those that try to pitch at multiplefundic examination slides with interpretation narrative diagrams etc audiences-confusing.and cursor directing. AMEE 2012 Nick Short
Feedback from 57 recent RVC graduates 98 % said they would like podcasts for revision if they covered topics in a concise manner. 96% said they would prefer added visual aids such as lecture slides/diagrams. 32% were interested in looking at topics more in depth or listening to podcasts about RVC research topics. Summary/ approaches to thinking were deemed more useful. AMEE 2012 Nick Short
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Group work Identify a key web 2.0 technology from a student’s perspective and discuss how this might be applied within your curriculum. AMEE 2012 Nick Short
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