Since its founding in 1917, the University of Alberta Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences in Edmonton, AB, has been an innovator. The four years of study needed to earn the school’s Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy is comprised of traditional classroom coursework and practice laboratories involving various scenarios simulations the student will encounter when going into practice. This program, the only
one of its kind in Alberta, provides pharmacists for both retail and hospital pharmacies.
Previously, the U of A pharmacy students brought small video cams into the session. The university supplied students with an SD card to record the sessions, which enabled faculty members to review the sessions.
However, with 130 students in the school the amount of video generated on the SD cards was creating a tremendous workload. Dean James Kehrer of the pharmacy school
decided that this was the time to launch a search for an updated video observation and recording system.
Download the University of Alberta Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Studies case study to learn how VALT helped their program with their video observation and recording needs!