Neuroanatomy TrailerA 40-second trailer from the Neuroanatomy series, produced for UBC Faculty of Medicine, Dr. Claudia Krebs and Flexible Learning.
An Introduction to the Spinal CordDr. Claudia Krebs and Dr. Wayne Vogl take us on a trip down the Spinal Cord.
Hypothalamus and Limbic System"How do we fall in love?" The hypothalamus and limbic system are necessary for processing emotions.
The CerebellumThe Neuroanatomy of a Dance: how the Cerebellum affects balance, improvisation, and more.
Re-Entry CircuitsA student explains cardiac re-entry circuits with his own unique take on physiology.
From Filaments to Frank StarlingA student explains Frank Starling Law of the Heart and why it matters – with a little help from faculty and an overzealous sound editor.
60 seconds on Hospital SafetyA (very) quick orientation on hospital safety set to a jazzy soundtrack.
The Northern Medical ProgramThe NMP is one of four distributed campuses at UBC Faculty of Medicine. Students speak about their experiences in and around Prince George.
The Island Medical ProgramThe IMP is one of four distributed campuses at UBC Faculty of Medicine. Students speak about their unique experiences on Vancouver Island.
The Southern Medical ProgramThe SMP is one of four distributed campuses at UBC Faculty of Medicine. Students speak about their unique experiences in the Okanagan.
The Vancouver Fraser Medical ProgramThe VFMP is one of four distributed campuses at UBC Faculty of Medicine. Students speak about their unique experiences in and around Vancouver.
Videoconferencing Best PracticesAdopting just a few best practices can help to make distributed lectures a valuable learning experience.
Academic Learning CommunitiesAn introduction to the ALC program at Royal Columbian Hospital. Students, academic leaders and preceptors describe their experiences.
Recording LecturesUBC faculty, students and staff speak about their needs and concerns about having recorded lectures available online.
Educational Technology Sizzle ReelHere is a sizzle reel and overview MedIT Educational Technology’s projects and services. Have an idea? Let us know!
Testimonial: Producing Flipped ClassroomsDr. Claudia Krebs speaks about her experience working with the MedIT Ed Tech team to write and produce the Neuroanatomy series.
Introduction to ScreencastingFor those interested in creating screencasts at UBC — some things to consider before you begin.
Simulation Technology in BCSee what kinds of medical simulation are possible, and why they are being adopted across the province.
What Are Virtual Patients?We define, describe the creation process and show benefits to their use inside and outside the classroom.
Intro to VC Self-Support SessionsFor UBC staff & faculty who would like to refresh their skills in order to book & launch VC self-support sessions.
Starting Your VC Self-Support SessionHosting a UBC Medicine videoconference meeting? Review the processes for setting up & launching a videoconference.
Connecting Laptops in VC Self-Support SessionsLearn how to connect laptops, USB keys & powerpoint presentations into the videoconference system in VC Self Support Sessions.
Remote Controls and Touch Screens in VC SessionsReview how to use remote & touch controls during videoconference self-support sessions.
Camera Controls in VC Self-Support SessionsA refresher on controlling cameras in UBC Medicine VC self-support sessions.
Microphones and Audio in VC SessionsA review of microphone & audio controls in UBC Medicine VC self-support sessions.