Internet Videoconferencing in undergraduate paramedic education

Brett Williams
<span title="2010-11-01">2010</span> <i title="Paramedics Australasia"> Australasian Journal of Paramedicine </i> &nbsp;
This paper illustrates the innovative use of Internet Videoconferencing in a blended and case-based learning approach used to support undergraduate paramedic student learning during weekly clinical problems. Regular Internet Videoconferencing learning periods were offered to students by teaching staff, increasing after-hours communication opportunities otherwise not normally achievable. Whilst encouraging learning outcomes were achieved with some students, other students encountered barriers
more &raquo; ... h as lack of available bandwidth, inappropriate computer hardware and preference for face-to-face contact.
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