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Anatomy Education Podcast

Apr 23, 2018

Professor Michael Hortsch is a Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology and of Learning Health Sciences, at the University of Michigan, Medical School in the United States.

Michael joins me for a wide-ranging chat about his career in anatomy education and his recent work on student perceptions of lecture capture and the impact on performance. We also discuss students as partners in relation to the SecondLook series and the international Virtual Microscopy database.


You can follow Michael using the twitter handle: @Hortschm

Here are the links to the papers we discussed:

The interrupted learner: How distractions during live and video lectures influence learning outcomes

Correlating students' educational background, study habits, and resource usage with learning success in medical histology

Taking a SecondLook™ at a Time-Efficient Self-Review Resource


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