Chapter 13 was very close to my heart as it has been my practice for many years now. Initially I was suffered from "course and one-half syndrome" (my students may say I still do) but I have scaled back a great deal. I continue to have many resources available for my students to augment their studies. I have noted that those who do use the online resources (purchased streamed videos, web based learning tools, identified websites and web based videos) consistently score better on the examinations. I was intrigued by the section of posting lectures online. I have provided my slides to students in PDF yet do not post them in the powerpoint format because I write my lecture notes within that program where I make notes to myself about test questions as well as clinical situations where I want students to apply critical thinking. This is the first class I have had that wanted the slides in that particular program so they could make their own notes. Once I explained my rationale they discovered a way to make it work for themselves. I am considering creating the voice over for the slides, loading them up on Edustream, and then capturing the face to face time I have with my students for case studies and application of knowledge. I think the time may be better spent................I'll let you know how it goes.