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Video Resource Directoory
Posted By: David Gross on February 10, 2017
Is anyone interested in discussing how we could create a directory of vetted video procedures for O and P?
The primary goal would be to assemble and maintain a listing of vetted video information.There is some material already on the web that could be organized but surprisingly little. A free, vetted directory for material to be used in teaching, refreshing, or getting further ideas that has been evaluated by certified peers could be helpful on many levels. It could be created by many sources (schools, individual practitioners, manufacturers,etc). This could be developed as a section of oandp online or as a special interest group of the Academy or...? The goal is to make a particularly helpful asset for personal review, documenting procedures, and teaching, especially in developing countries. I don't think we'll make zillions except in personal and professional satisfaction since it would be an all-volunteer effort, but it could be beneficial in many ways and document how some of the masters in our field as well as innovators do things.
As a means of starting the discussion I have these suggestions:1.The basic idea is to create a freely accessible listing of online vetted video presentations listed in a directory that could include material already online and new submissions.
2.A volunteer group with professional standing would do the vetting by majority vote.
3.No proprietary information would be disclosed and access would be free online (youtube, vimeo, etc).
4.Those making decisions to include or exclude material in the directory would be volunteer professionals.
This is just a skeleton sketch that hopefully creates enough interest to get things rolling.
If there is enough interest we could get together during the Academy meeting in Chicago.If you are interested in pursuing this please contact me directly: [E-mail Address Removed]
Dave Gross CP
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