Multiscreen to screen webinar for education beyond border: A review

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The COID-19 pandemic has forced people into a new way of adaptation with virtual meetings using videoconferencing apps.This study aims to report experiences of using a multiscreen to screen platform for sharing experiences in the form of Live Lecture and beyond. An observational study on distant CME events using multiscreen to screen webinar model was conducted from December 2019 - April 2020. Efficacy of the content delivery was measured using MCQs as pre- and post-test or by key questions. The videoconference was combined with a game platform to plant key points of the lecture. Among 68 webinars, there were 21 organied using multiscreen to screen platform, including 14 live lectures, 3 half-day webinars and 4 panel discussions. Only two live lectures were conducted with pre- and post-test. Six live lectures were added with key questions and game sessions. Time preference to oin the webinar session was at 9–10AM on the participants side; however, participations came from across the continents regardless the preference. Web-conference based activities become a new normal way of scientific meetings. A shorter event gets more participation and fewer number of participants leaving half-way through the event. Key questions and game sessions appear to be more interesting to the participants rather than pre- and post-test.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)237-241
Number of pages5
JournalAnnals of Medicine and Surgery
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2020


  • Distant education
  • Internet
  • Medical education
  • Pandemics
  • Social media


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