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Teaching Asynchronously: Tips and tricks for effective, engaging recorded lectures

We hope you’ll join us for the final TLAS session of 2021, “Teaching Asynchronously: Tips and Tricks for Effective, Engaging Recorded Lectures,” presented by Dr. Adrienne Salentiny on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2021, at noon (central time).

This session will be streamed on Zoom and recorded for later viewing. You can join the session via Zoom at:

There are many reasons why faculty choose to record lectures. Asynchronous lectures may be the instructional method of choice for a class or program, part of a flipped-classroom strategy, or a source of supplemental material for students to review during independent learning time. Most of us have had a crash course in online teaching and Zoom or Mediasite recordings due to the pandemic, but recording material for an audience of individual learners can be a very different experience. In this session, Dr. Salentiny will share simple tips, tricks, strategies, and tools for creating polished lecture recordings that engage students in support of successful independent learning.

This faculty development session is hosted by the Teaching, Learning, and Scholarship (TLAS) unit of Education Resources and the Office of Education and Faculty Affairs. This series showcases topics of interest to the medical and health education community and is free and open to anyone. Previous sessions can be streamed at any time from our website.

If you have any questions, would like more information, or would like to suggest a future meeting topic, please contact Adrienne Salentiny (