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Most people who attend professional meetings would appreciate the use by speakers of more illustrative material with their lectures. This may be presented on a writing surface such as a black- or whiteboard, as projected pictures or by sound recordings. Suitable equipment is available in most halls and suggestions are made on its use.
This article suggests ways in which television may help you in your teaching (see also Medical Teacher, 2, 163-167, 1980). The main emphasis is on the use of live and interactive television, with practical tips on the basic equipment needed to record television sequences yourself, for example, for use at a postgraduate medical centre meeting.
The overhead projector is a very useful adjunct to other teaching aids. It is easy to operate, flexible, and the lecturer can work it himself while facing the audience. Transparencies can be produced quickly and simply, and since they are large enough to be studied without viewing equipment, sets of transparencies can be kept in libraries for the benefit of… (More)