Why record e-lectures?
As a service to students:
- To work out lecture material after the lecture
- To review before an exam, or
- To refresh knowledge of a previous course for an internship
As a strategic teaching method:
- To eliminate deficiencies in the commencement level
- To explain complex issues
- As a component of blended learning (including Flipped classroom)
For students who are unable to attend normally due to:
- A disability, such as: dyslexia, hearing impairment, attention deficit disorder, chronic fatigue
- A stay abroad
- Presence urgently required elsewhere or illness
For internal use:
- To reflect on one’s own performance
- To coordinate lecture material among lecturers
- To have good examples of lectures
Knowledge clips are short e-lectures. One specific topic is discussed in no more than 10 minutes. You can record knowledge clips in HB3.25, at your desk, or you can have clips made of lectures that have already been recorded. Should you require more information, please feel free to contact us.
Points of particular attention
- The block coordinator informs all teachers about the recordings.
- All teachers must grant individual permission for their lectures to be recorded.
- Patients may never be recorded.
List of possibilities
Download the list of types and possibilities of e-lectures:
Should you have any questions or need advice about recorded lectures or knowledge clips, please contact:
Ms. E.H.M. (Esther) Christenhuis M Sc, e-lectures project manager