Quick, convenient and accessible: Lecture Capture has the potential to empower lecturers and improve the student learning experience by making recorded material available online for private viewing. At the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, Professor William James has developed ‘podules’ – short 10 minute videos that aim to tell “an intellectually coherent story” about Medical Evolutionary Biology. These have replaced the delivery of a traditional 1 hour lecture, offering a more flexible and independent form of study that can be supported with a variety of other online learning resources.
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