Tag Archive: Camtasia


Travel Medicine Online

Project Summary:

Faculty: Dr. Mary Nettleman ↔ Type of Project: Online Lecture

Several didactic materials were developed and integrated as part of an online course curriculum for teaching travel medicine to medical students. The goal of these materials was to provide instructional tools on travel medicine appropriate for medical students during their pre-clinical years. The materials are also appropriate for use in a problem-based learning module, self-guided learning or could be assigned as part of a clinical clerkship.

The materials included  a narrated slide presentation, and a video interview to demonstrate taking a pre-travel patient care history. In addition, iPod and PDA versions of the narrated presentation were created to allow portability of the content for just in time learning.

Technology and Software:

  • Camtasia
  • PowerPoint
  • MPEG-4
  • Windows Media Video

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Faculty: Dr. Gary Ferenchick ↔ Type of Project: Video

Several Camtasia tutorials were created for the Just In Time Medicine website.  The online tutorials were targeted for all faculty and students in their Medicine clerkships. The tutorials were designed to address the need where a greater number of faculty will be needing training to understand what they need to do when asked to do on the spot assessment of student physical exams using a PDA checklist.   

The  tutorials make this training information accessible to faculty and students and provide them with a general view of the process and what they are expected to do when a student approaches them for an evaluation.  

Technology and Software:

  • Adobe Flash
  • Camtasia Studio

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Faculty: Dr. Kathy Lovell ↔ Type of Project: Website Design

The educational website was designed to provide information for medical students in their second year of study about  the Neurologic Exam. The materials teach students how to perform a screening neurologic exam, how to interpret abnormal findings in a screening neurologic exam, neuroanatomy underlying neurologic exam elements and the location of lesions if abnormalities are found on a screening neurologic exam.

Sections of the website  include online lecture segments, exam demonstrations and videos of abnormal findings.

Technology and Software:

  • Adobe Dreamweaver
  • Camtasia Studio
  • Quicktime Pro
  • StoreMedia

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Faculty: Dr. Jane Turner ↔ Type of Project: Online Lecture

 The goal of this online lecture module is for students to gain an understanding of what clinicians are looking for when evaluating children and tracking their development.  

Videos of children are presented throughout the module to provide the students with an opportunity to see some of the behaviors that physicians will encounter and that they need to evaluate and  track.
The module is available to students in streaming and downloadable format and contains an index menu that allows students to access any part of the lecture during playback. 

Technology and Software:

  • Camtasia Studio
  • Adobe Premiere
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Adobe Illustrator
  • PowerPoint

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Faculty: Dr. Jane Turner ↔ Type of Project: Online Lecture

   This is an introductory lecture to the patient-physician relationship course. The online lecture is one of three components used to introduce the topic of confidentiality. The module integrates a brief tour of web resources that students will later use and reference in small group discussions.  

Another component of the lecture is a quiz with audio commentary feedback from the faculty.  The purpose of the quiz is to help stimulate thought and discussion when students meet in their small groups.    

Technology and Software:

  • Camtasia Studio
  • PowerPoint
  • Adobe Flash

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