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Medical Education of the Future using Advanced Networks and Today's Technology

Time 10/10/07 10:30AM-11:45AM

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Session Abstract

This session will describe and demonstrate a rich interaction between instructors and students that recreates all of the features of a normal classroom session in addition and several new capabilities. It will be small group session, in which one or two instructors and eight students, each on individual video feeds, interact with one another and mark up common high quality medical images in real time.


This session will:

- Allow students from remote locations, and even different universities, to engage in real time discussions including the ability for the students to interact and ask questions from their own desks, with their resources and books in front of them

- Allow students to interact with images to an extent not possible in the classroom

- Easily lend itself to being recorded and archived for student review

- Eliminate the need to negotiate student schedules with classroom availability

-This could have a substantial impact on student interest groups, since inclusion would no longer be restricted by geography.


There are several benefits for educators:

-This allows students to interact with images to an extent not possible in the classroom

- Easily lends itself to being recorded and archived for student review

- Eliminates the need to negotiate student schedules with classroom availability

Speakers

Speaker Chris Kelly Columbia University

Speaker Pat Molholt Columbia University

Speaker Bob Riddle University of Michigan

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Medical Education of the Future: using advanced networks and today?s technology (ppt)

Speaker Chris Kelly Columbia University

Speaker Pat Molholt Columbia University

Speaker Bob Riddle University of Michigan

Secondary tracks Teaching and Learning, K20

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