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Use of Podcasting as an Innovative Asynchronous E-Learning Tool for Students *

@inproceedings{Jalali2011UseOP,
  title={Use of Podcasting as an Innovative Asynchronous E-Learning Tool for Students *},
  author={Alireza Jalali and John J Leddy and Martin Gauthier and Rong Sun and Maxwell Hincke and Jacqueline A. Carnegie},
  year={2011}
}
Podcasting is an innovative, asynchronous communication tool. A pilot study was conducted to assess the utility of podcasting as an educational tool for undergraduate medical students. A paper-and-pencil questionnaire was developed and distributed to the 40 first-year students enrolled in the francophone stream of the medical curriculum at the University of Ottawa, Canada. A majority of participants endorsed the utility of the podcasting of a key-feature focused review of anatomy lecture… 
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