Sunday, 6 April 2014

Use of Videos in Medical Eduation

Thank you for registering for the workshop. 


1. Please review the following webpage: 

Some of the material on the website covers: A) examples of video use in medical education, B) why use videos, C) how to effectively use videos 

2. Based on your own experience or interest in using/producing videos, please write down questions related to these or other topics you would like addressed.

3. If you are interested in converting lectures on Powerpoint to video, please please go to the site below and review "Online Authoring Tools" section: 

During the workshop, we will:

4. Work in small groups, to discuss questions raised in Point 2 above.  

In the general whole group presentation and discussion followed by Q and A, a list related to these 3 areas will be elaborated upon.

5. Review your list with the 12 tips presented. - (Theories & principles will be discussed) 

6. How to design video scenarios? - Group work with facilitation

Workshop schedule

1pm, Review the pre-workshop information
-              Examples of videos use in medical education
-             Why use videos
-             How to effectively use videos in medical education

1:30pm, Tips of effective video use in medical education
-               Why use videos (Theories)
-                How to effectively use videos in medical education (Principles)

3:30pm, Break

4:00pm, How to design video scenarios for medical education
-                Apply the 12 tips & use of technology
-                Group work with facilitation

5:15pm, Q & A

5:30PM, End





Cognitive load theory: Implications for medical education  (AMEE guide 86: in May 2014 issue of Medical Teacher)

Examples of video use in medical education  - online format

Opening points

Building an online course (ophthalmology example)

Video example (excerpt, case presentations, thoracic oncology, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centre)


12 tips of video uses in medical education 

How to start





Coffee Break 

Design video scenarios for medical education: 

(1) Instructional design model

(2) Demonstration of Adobe Presenter to capture & edit videos  - online format

Q & A  

Online demo - comparison of video capturing & editing software, i.e., Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Presenter, Camtasia, iMovie, Final Cut Pro

What is multimedia?

What is digital storytelling?


         Educational uses of digital storytelling

         Different models
              Pictures + audio narration + background music
              Video + narration
              Slides + narration + webcam
How to?




         Using movie maker

         Convert Powerpoint to images

emodules for students (CDTL, NUS)

CDTL Link  (Jul/Aug 2009)

Using blogs to support learning  (CDTL, 2009)

1 comment:

  1. Confidentiality and privacy was an issue raised a few times during our discussion. With digital technology increasingly invading almost all aspects of life, this has been a constant concern for many. Coincidentally I came across this article: 'Private and secure online class?' through Tomorrow's Professor's eNewsletter. I figure it's great to share with everybody the following:
    "Given the seriousness of potential breaches, the authors suggest that universities and their instructors collaborate to construct "Privacy Policies," and "Terms of Use Policies," and that all persons who access an online course site affirm they have read and accept such policies before they are afforded access to the content of an online class."


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