Example lectures from a few distance (online) courses that I teach. I designed the interface to make up for some shortcomings of the learning platform, such as small disk quotas and inability to cope well with video. Note that lectures are only a part of any distance courses with students completing additional work that may include textbook readings, assigned primary literature, term papers, discussion groups, quizzes, exams, mini-assignments and other assignments to develop functional skills and emphasize basic knowledge. Note that some links may have been disabled for the example lectures.
Also, example lectures are limited to presentations without any third party copyright issues. In other words, I am not able to freely display lectures containing copyrighted images from textbooks without permission, because fair use standards are restricted to students actively enrolled in courses taught at accredited non-profit educational organizations.
Video is only guaranteed to work when using a current version of FireFox. Functionality will be hit or miss on other browsers and devices.
Example lectures from Introduction to Graduate Study
Example Anatomy and Physiology Lectures
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