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e-Learning and e-Teaching Demonstration Material

This page contains links to demonstration material taken from individual courses and may change at any time. Some of this material may be exerimental and is shown as an example of the methodology not necessarily fully finished content.

Illustrative Teaching Support Material

Somach Cells
Examples of diagrams that would normally be static illustrations, making use of animation to improve understanding. Because the notes are normally available on Blackboard in support of traditional courses, these animated diagrams can easily be incorporated as part of the notes.
Insulin Release
  • Cells in the stomach - Animated active diagram about the physiology and pharmacology of stomach cell types and their interactions.
  • Release of Insulin - Animated active diagram illustrating release of insulin from pancreatic cells.
  • Cytochrome P450 Illustration - Animation illustration of the mechanism of cytochrome P450 with the addition of an audio commentary.
  • Drug absorption and metabolism - Animated illustration of the central role of the liver in relation to drug absorption and metabolism. Includes extensive audio commentary.

Interactive material

Drugs acting on the stomach - Graphical approach to testing knowledge about action of compounds in the stomach. Used as follow up after lectures and placed on blackboard with the course notes. The presentation can also load the resulting usage data back to the host web Stomach drugs

Stand alone Tutorial Material

  • Material designed for e-teaching. These presentations take a tutorial-type question and answer approach to "stand alone teaching" of a specific part of a subject.
  • Determining the sequence of a peptide - Working through the process of deducing the order of amino acids in a short peptide chain.
  • Understanding the TCA cycle - Chase the labeled carbon round the Krebs cycle.
  • How many ATPs from Glucose - Follow oxidation of Glucose and find how many ATP's are made.
  • Ten Top Tips - Tutorial about examination technique. Flash file with audio commentary



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