As teachers, having video and images that help convey clinical material is invaluable. It’s not possible for every student to see every procedure, or to provide one-on-one tutorials every time someone needs a refresher. There are multiple sources of these resources online, but the most easily found (e.g., YouTube or Google image search) sometimes… continue reading »
The University of Otago includes a team of staff who you may not have heard about. They are the ITS Teaching and Learning team. This team supports teaching and learning tools for the university and is an excellent source of information about tools that can be linked to from within Moodle or Blackboard. If you… continue reading »
Join the free, open, short, online, course: The 12 Apps of Christmas. For 12 (weekdays) learn about a different mobile app, how it is being used by an educator, and how their students reacted to the app.
This awesome website lets you create interactive HTML-5 activities and iframe them into your moodle courses.
iMedical Apps is a site dedicated to finding the best apps for medical professionals. Recently they came out with a list of the top apps that have been released by the CDC. Although many are Americentric, a few look as though they may have wider utility. The title of the article is: CDC Apps Physicians Need… continue reading »
Free app for iOS with 4000+ conditions, 8,000 Medications, Drug Interaction Checker, Protocols and more.
Free app for iOS with >200 formulas,scores,scales and classifications. (Pro version also available for a price).
Paid app for iOS and Android with over 2,500 structures in easy to navigate full 3d, with defintions.
From the website: “HandBrake is a tool for converting video from nearly any format to a selection of modern, widely supported codecs.“
From the website “Quandary is an application for creating Web-based Action Mazes. An Action Maze is a kind of interactive case-study; the user is presented with a situation, and a number of choices as to a course of action to deal with it.“