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CMET:Interactive Media Develops Online Learning Object for Human Anatomy 311

Friday, December 19th, 2008

In collaboration with Dr. Susan Verscheure (Instructor, UO Department of Human Physiology and Director, UO Graduate Athletic Training Program) CMET:Interactive Media has recently completed an online learning object to assist human anatomy students in the diagnosis of injuries to muscles, ligaments and nerves. The result is a virtual sports medicine clinic where students accompany a certified athletic trainer on rounds as she demonstrates the use of range of motion tests to diagnose injuries. Utilizing detailed graphics, interactive animations, audio and quizzing, this self-paced learning object allows students to get an internal view of how these injured tissues react to range of motion tests while practicing the underlying clinical logic with virtual patients. To learn more, check out this brief interview with Dr Verscheure as she talks about the project and her experience working with CMET:Interactive Media.

November Video Production Highlights – CMET Records Interviews for CNN & NPR

Friday, December 5th, 2008

During the month of November, CMET Video Production recorded interviews for NPR’s “Think Out Load” and CNN’s “AM Newsrooms” . ISDN remote-interviews (radio) and remote video uplinks are services CMET Video Production provides to the University of Oregon community, state agencies, non-profit organizations and news organizations.

  • On November 11th, CMET Video Production recorded an interview with Mary Geddry as part of NPR’s “Think Out Loud” segment on the state of veterans’ affairs today.
  • On November 19th, an interview with consumer advocate Ron Burley was recorded for CNN’s “AM Newsroom”. The topic was how to protect travel investments at a time where flight and trip cancellations are the norm.

CMET:Interactive Media is looking to hire a talented student interactive media designer.

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

All applicants must have strong HTML/XHTML and CSS skills. Preference will be given to candidates with additional experience with JavaScript, Flash and ActionScript, and/or XML. If you know someone who might be interested, please have them email Kirstin at kirstinh@uoregon.edu or complete an application in Library Personnel.

CMET:Streaming Media is looking to hire a multimedia production assistant

Thursday, December 4th, 2008

Video Capture / Video Editing with common tools such as Adobe Premiere and Final Cut Pro / Transcoding / Encoding; Web development – HTML as minimum, javascript, php, mysql etc big plus. Please email jdhauger@uoregon.edu with anyone who may be interested.