This week is Open Education Week so it seems appropriate to share some work recently completed by one of our Year 3 Medical Students at Dundee as part of our 4-week SSC The Doctor as Digital Teacher.
I’ve blogged before about our SSCs which see medical students developing their digital teaching skills and creating learning resources. Over the years we’ve seen a range of different learning resources developed including online tutorials, iBooks and videos. The students are always very creative and they’ve developed some excellent resources. We only had one student on the latest run of the SSC and I was a bit concerned that we couldn’t offer the same learning experience we usually do when we have five or six students. Thankfully this doesn’t seem to have been the case and our student, Zoe, seems to have enjoyed the experience and has produced a super series of videos on the anatomy of the larynx.
Central to the videos is a 3D model of the larynx which our medical illustrator Annie Campbell worked up as a derivative from content from the Japanese-based BodyParts3D database. We’ve shared this model on SketchFab so that it can be used as OER in other teaching resources.
The videos that Zoe’s created based on this model together with other content that she created, including her own hand-drawn tutorial are all posted up on Vimeo and you can view them here.
Part 1 – Anatomy of the larynx: Cartilage structures
Part 2 – Anatomy of the larynx: Membranes and muscles
Part 3 – Anatomy of the larynx: Laryngeal cancer