What added value do digital microscopy platforms have in medical education during the COVID-19 pandemic? How can lecturers and students use digital microscopy to develop target-oriented e-learning skills? — Answers from the world of practice gives on May 20 Phil Langton, B.Sc., Ph.D. (Lanc.), University of Bristol, at the exchange of experts. We are pleased to invite you to this event from Smart In Media.
The University of Bristol has been working with the “PathoZoom® SmartZoom” microscopy platform for over one year. In this time, the team has gained a wealth of experience which will benefit the lecturers and students. Phil Langton and his team will give an insight into the structure of the digital courses. They will also show live, how cases, slides, and related teaching materials are imported into the teaching platform and can be used for teaching through examinations.
Member of the department’s Teaching Committee
Phil Langton is a Senior Lecturer in Physiology and a member of the department’s Teaching Committee and the Faculty representative on both the e-learning Advisors Network eLAN, the e-learning Systems Project Board and the Portal Project Board. His research area is the Regulation of the contraction of the muscular walls of small arteries.
After his expert insight into the daily practice of the University of Bristol, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, exchange views, and inform yourself about other digitization trends in teaching pathology.
The Expert Meeting “Your Digital Pathology lab of the future” starts on May 20, 4 pm UK time (11 am EST) via Zoom. If you would like to attend, please send us a short message to Corina Turner, firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also call +49 (0)221 999943-14.
Participation is free of charge. You can receive a certificate of participation on request.