Date of Award
Master of Science in Vision Science
Diane P. Yolton
With the overwhelming amount of information provided in ocular disease courses, it is often useful to have a convenient method for supplementing course material. With this in mind, a videotape has been produced which will serve as a convenient and effective teaching aid for second year students. Rather than a simple presentation of facts, this tape is formatted in a manner that encourages participative learning. The student extracts the relevant facts from the case history, forms her/his own diagnosis, observes the recorded eye condition, makes a differential diagnosis and develops a treatment plan. All of this information is available within the tape itself.
Plumb, Mark A. and Paluska, Robert M., "Anterior segment diseases presented in an interactive videotape format" (1994). College of Optometry. 400.