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Kevin has spent more than three decades teaching undergraduate human anatomy & physiology. He has also been writing A&P textbooks and related works. He is a President Emeritus of the Human Anatomy and Physiology Society (HAPS) and was founding director of the HAPS Institute. He also teaches graduate courses and workshops for those who teach A&P.

The A&P Professor is another way Kevin has found to promote sharing among A&P teachers worldwide.

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Professional Development Seminar

Online Lecture Previews

student viewing an online lecture
This seminar is of interest to those who want to provide interactive PowerPoint presentations online.

  • This session explores the use of narrated presentations that can be accessed by students in an online course platform or regular website.

  • Participants explore a case study using iSpring and PowerPoint to produce narrated online presentations to supplement a web-enhanced "lecture" course.

  • A brief walk-through of the process of producing such a presentation is included.

This brief, video-narrated
presentation can be viewed by clicking the link:

View Seminar *

*Make sure your speakers or headphones are plugged in and working.
You may want to print the accompanying handout (below)
before viewing the presentation.


(download PPT slides only)


Related Links


Here's a related article on online pre-lectures:

Seery, M. K. and Donnelly, R. (2011), The implementation of pre-lecture resources to reduce in-class cognitive load: A case study for higher education chemistry. British Journal of Educational Technology. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-8535.2011.01237.x


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