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  • Paper: Videos help medical students master physiology concepts

    Director of assessment and evaluation J. Patrick Grenda, left, and medical information science professor Kashif Ahmad, both in the U. of I. College of Medicine, co-wrote a new study in which they found that creating customized videos that explain complex material presented in classroom lectures can be effective teaching tools – and significant time savers for faculty members and medical students.

    Director of assessment and evaluation J. Patrick Grenda, left, and medical information science professor Kashif Ahmad, both in the U. of I. College of Medicine, co-wrote a new study in which they found that creating customized videos that explain complex material presented in classroom lectures can be effective teaching tools – and significant time savers for faculty members and medical students.

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  • Editor’s notes:  To reach Kashif Ahmad, call 217-300-4799; email kahmad@illinois.edu

    To reach Zachariah Adham, call 650-796-2908; email zadham3@uic.edu

    The paper “Developing a digital algorithm for cognitive apprenticeship in first-year medical school physiology” is available online from Springer or from the News Bureau.