Presentation on Echo360 25th March 2009, 12.30pm-1.15pm

As part of an ongoing series of Medical Education Research Seminars, Dr John Couperthwaite, Manager of the Education Technology Team in the Medical Education Unit, will be giving a presentation on: "Effective use of Echo360 and other capture techniques in large- and small-scale teaching settings: perceptions of students, academic staff and developers"

The Echo360 website claims that this is the "industry-leading platform that automatically, affordably, and reliably captures class lectures and converts them into podcasts, video, rich media, and more for anytime, anywhere playback." Make your own minds up on:

Wednesday 25th March 2009, 12.30pm-1.15pm @ PDC Lecture Room 1, The Medical School

Please confirm your attendance to either Justine Carolan (j.a.carolan@bham.ac.uk) or Wendy Trevis-Smith (W.A.trevis-smith@bham.ac.uk) so that catering can be ordered.

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  1. Aaargh! That clashes with my teaching!

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