Learning Management Systems and Lecture Capture in the Medical Academic Environment

  title={Learning Management Systems and Lecture Capture in the Medical Academic Environment},
  author={Larry F Chu and Chelsea A Young and Lynn K. Ngai and Tony Cun and Ronald Gene Pearl and Alex Macario},
  journal={International Anesthesiology Clinics},
As residents work disparate schedules at multiple locations and because of workweek hour limits mandated by the ACGME, residents may be unable to attend lectures, seminars, or other activities that would enhance their skills. Further, the ACGME requires that residency programs document resident learning in six stated core competencies and provide proof of completion for various other requirements. LMS/LC is a promising technology to provide a means by which residency programs may overcome these… Expand

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