Giving Med Students A Front Row Seat … Virtually

Concurrent Session 3
Streamed Session

Watch This Session

Brief Abstract

Medical school is complex enough for students without adding the possibility of virtual courses. But an Ohio school led the way among its peers during the initial spring shutdown and found the perfect formula for a flipped hybrid fall: a rotating schedule for on-site and online students and an essential mix of streaming video and collaborative conference technologies.

Extended Abstract

Medical school is complex enough for students without adding the possibility of virtual courses. But an Ohio school led the way among its peers during the initial spring shutdown and found the perfect formula for a flipped hybrid fall: a rotating schedule for on-site and online students and an essential mix of streaming video and collaborative conference technologies. Hear from Michael Wright, Director, Academic Technology at Northeast Ohio Medical University (NEOMED) to learn how:

  • NEOMED plans to offer a mix of socially-distanced and online courses
  • Leverages video technologies to deliver effective flipped instruction to students
  • Its gross anatomy lab is fully integrated with tech to capture simulations and share live streams with students – whether they’re watching in-person or at home
  • Embraces streaming video to keep students connected and engaged in campus events like Match Day and graduations