In this video, a team of students preparing for a group community health project on the topic “overuse of hands and arms”. The project is a student learning activity of Problem-based Public Health module in the MBBS curriculum offered by the School of Public Health. The team is required to deliver patient education materials and a written report on the topic they decided.
In this video, a team of four students have used skills learned in the previous module and found a lot of information which seems relevant. They now have a problem of evaluating the information found to determine what is the most relevant to their research. Apart from that, they also found that there are many types of medical research and studies.
In this video, the 4 students have used skills learned in Section 3 to evaluate the information found in various databases on a journal article, e-books, anatomy and drug information, etc. They have now come up with a batch of most relevant information that they will use in their community health project assignment which comprises the creation of patient education materials and the writing up of a project report.
They meet to discuss what information they should use to fulfil the information tasks. The issue of properly citing sources of the information used also comes up as a skill that they also need to master to avoid plagiarism.
In this video, a group of students from the School of Journalism and Communication is preparing for a group assignment. They need to do a group assignment based on one current social hot topic - Elderly issue and social protection system in Asian countries.The team is now discussing how to kick-start the group assignment and what information sources are needed. Let's check out what they are discussing!
In this video, two students are discussing the types of information are needed to answer the sub-questions. In their conversation, various type of information, including manuscripts, diaries and autobiographies, audio recordings and videos, original art works, letter patents, conference papers, books, government publications, critical analysis and review, journal articles, and handbooks.