Video Features

  1. What is a 'like'?
  2. How do I like a video?
  3. How do I search for particular content?

1. What is a 'like'?

A like is a quick and friendly way to let other users know you value the learning experience of a particular lecture. Your like will be added to the other users who have liked the video, to show a total number of likes on a particular talk.

2. How do I like a video?

If you want to like a video, simply click the blue star with the word ‘Like’ next to it, at the top right hand corner of the video page. If you click this by mistake, don't worry - clicking it again will remove your like.

When you have completed watching a video, a box will appear asking if you have liked the video - just click like here if you want to like the lecture. If not - don't worry, you can just click close to exit the window.

You can also leave a brief comment about the lecture in this pop up box, if you would like to.

3. How do I search for particular content?

Videos are grouped into sections.

If you click on the Contents Page button, you will be given the option to view lectures in certain groups.

There are two Archives - an Oncology Archive and Radiology Archive, and these store older RCR lectures (after 12 months).

There is a section for Annual Scientific Meeting lectures, and Public lectures.

The recent Radiology and Oncology lectures are also in their own sections, so clicking on either of these will take you to all videos from recent events grouped into either Radiology or Oncology.

If you would like to see all the recent content from both Radiology and Oncology meetings, just click on the Directory button.

You can also select to view the lectures grouped by specific event, by clicking on the Meetings List button. This will show you a list of event titles, and clicking on any one will open up a page showing all the available lectures from that event. Once you have chosen an event to view, you can search for specific content within from that event.

If you can't find what you are looking for, you can enter a key word, such as a lecturers' name, into the search box.