Innovative Technology for Educators

The UC Davis Health Office of Continuing Medical Education seeks innovative tools to assist educators in creating engaging learning experiences. The Learning Glass and Audio Booth are important tools in designing and developing engaging education. 


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Dr. Sandhya Venugopal, associate dean for continuing medical education, shows faculty how to use the Learning Glass.

Learning Glass Resources

Watch our instructional video to learn the basics of using the Learning Glass, from the tools needed to record a successful lesson to the best practices to implement while recording. For detailed instructions, download the How to Use the Learning Glass document (PDF).


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Guide to producing an audio file for your course (PDF)

Learn the best practices to capture high-quality audio for continuing medical education, including writing a script, setting up your recording space and how to save and share your audio.


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Guide to recording video for your course (PDF)

Explore best practices for recording video for quality education, including choosing the best location for your recording, setting up a camera and microphone, and settings to save and share high quality video. 


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Schedule the audio booth (PDF)

Are you ready to record? Learn how to schedule your time to use the Audio Booth.

Learning Glass in Action

UC Davis Health neurologist Alan Yee, D.O., uses the Learning Glass.UC Davis Health neurologist Alan Yee, D.O., is an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Neurology. He's using the learning glass to help his students better understand the central and peripheral causes of dizziness.

Instructors know the value of making a connection with the learner when educating. With the use of a Learning Glass, educators are able to maintain important face-to-face contact with the learner while illustrating and recording their lecture. 

Our instructors in Neurology and Biochemistry are already seeing the value of using this innovative and exciting technology.

For more information, or to schedule a demonstration, please call us at (916) 734-5352.