student1985

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How many of you have the option of having your classes recorded and put online? If not video recording, then at least audio recording?

If so, do you find this technology to be helpful?
 

apaul

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Maryland has it (video and downloadable audio podcasts) and its a lifesaver at times
 

jackbauer!

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Maryland has it (video and downloadable audio podcasts) and its a lifesaver at times
it's a life saver right now!!

ahhhhhh, i should be studying GPAT :sleep:

jb!:)
 

Sarah123

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NYUCD has only audio recordings but for some courses professors don't allow even that much.
 

UCFpremed

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We have students record the audio for our classes. It helps a lot when studying for the tests. Our micro prof recorded for us and it was much more convenient.
 

beezies

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U stop going to class for weeks??
I didnt know that was possible....
it's expected at Tufts. The only problem is that now I can't seem to get motivated for these exam blocks anymore....sigh, back to OMFS.
 

SuperC

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We have both here, however the video is new, and still in its infancy. I would expect they will have all the kinks worked out by the time I graduated.

For the audio, we took class dues and bought a recorder and it is posted for download on our website. I could not live with out it.
-C