Introduction: Clinical medical education is increasingly utilizing novel technological approaches in order to supplement traditional lecture-based didactics. The Neurology Core Clerkship at Baylor College of Medicine is a four week required course taken by clinical medical students. Given the large amount of information to be disseminated in a short period of time, part of the didactic material has been provided online in the form of narrated PowerPoint files or lecture audio tracks along with stand-alone PowerPoint files. The narrated files are generated using the native PowerPoint narration function while the stand-alone audio files are created as MP3 format files using an inexpensive digital recording device. [See PDF for complete abstract]
powerpoint, audio, podcast
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Owens, James W. PhD, MD and Vafa, Shahrzad EdD, "Narrated PowerPoints and Audio Podcasts in Clinical Teaching: One Clerkship's Experience" (2007).
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