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Topics in Language Disorders:
doi: 10.1097/01.TLD.0000333602.76209.e7

Students' Use of Video Clip Technology in Clinical Education

Baharav, Eva PhD, CCC-SLP

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Recent advances in video technology enable students and instructors in programs of communication disorders to use clinic-related video clips embedded in multimedia presentations for powerful learning and teaching. The purpose of this article is 2-fold. The first is to provide information on how video clips can enhance clinical instruction and learning by supporting specific learner-related outcomes needed for the demonstration of clinical competence. The second is to provide a description of a project developed in an educational program in communication disorders, in which student-generated video clips are used in several clinical educational contexts for a variety of purposes. Specifically, this article describes the process of generating designed video clips from video-recorded clinical sessions to be used in weekly clinical forum discussions as part of students' coursework, which are later catalogued for further use.

© 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


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