How to Use this Site  

For the best experience with the Pediatric NeuroLogic Exam website, we recommend the following:

  1. For online viewing of our movies, you must have QuickTime installed.
    Download QuickTime

  2. On Windows-based computers, online viewing of our movies (even with QuickTime installed) may fail.
    Internet Explorer and Firefox may or may not work.
    Google Chrome web browser works most reliably.

  3. When you Download one of our movies, you get a .zip file.
    To unzip a downloaded movie, we recommend installing and using StuffIt Expander from SmithMicro (available free for both Apple and Windows-based computers). In most situations, StuffIt Expander works most reliably.

    Get StuffIt Expander for Windows
    Get StuffIt Expander for Mac

  4. A password is required to unzip a movie you download. Go to this page for more information: Password Needed.


1. Website Flow
2. QuickTime Required
3. Viewing Movies Online
4. How to Show Closed Captions Closed Captions icon
5. How to Download Movies
6. How to Fix Messy Fonts
7. Internet Connection Speed
8. Health Content Disclaimer
 


Note: The following instructions are solely for English language software. However, these technical concepts do generalize to other languages.

 

  1. WEBSITE FLOW: This website is primarily designed to be used in a step-by-step, sequential fashion. It is important to start with the module called INTRODUCTION to understand the flow and the structure of the subsequent tutorials. On the other hand, the design of the website and its content do allow you to randomly access any portion of the site at any time.


  2. QUICKTIME REQUIRED: You must have the QuickTime Browser plug-in to play the movies online, directly from the web pages. This plug-in is available without cost for Macintosh and Windows-based computers. If you do not have QuickTime installed on your computer, click the following download link...

    Download QuickTime

    Unlike the QuickTime movies you play directly online, downloaded movies come in several formats, including QuickTime, Windows Media, and MPEG-4.


  3. VIEWING MOVIES: Movies for the site are progressive download files that are transferred immediately over the Internet to your computer for playback. The movies you view online, directly from a web page are in the QuickTime format.


    Movies are represented by a framed PICTURE. Below that picture are two buttons: a "VIEW ONLINE SMALLER" button and a "VIEW ONLINE BIGGER-CC" button. By clicking the PICTURE or one of the "VIEW" buttons, the movie will immediately open and play in a popup window. Make sure that popup windows are allowed in your web browser configuration.



    A movie is viewed at approximately double-sized by clicking the "VIEW ONLINE BIGGER-CC" button. These scaled up movies are designed for group presentations or classroom projection. They also include Closed Captions in English. See the section below about how to show and hide the captions.



  4. HOW TO SHOW CLOSED CAPTIONS:

    Logo for Closed Captioning

    We are pleased to announce that as of November 2012 the QuickTime 640x480/640x360 versions of the movies now include closed captions in English. Complete instructions for turning captions ON or OFF are available. From the options in the left-hand menus, look for the link to "HOW TO SHOW CLOSED CAPTIONS Closed Captions icon."

    Summarized below is the quick version of the instructions for turning captions ON or OFF:

    • VIEWING FROM THE WEBSITE: Any movie listed in a website page has two viewing buttons: VIEW ONLINE SMALLER and VIEW ONLINE BIGGER-CC".




      If you click the VIEW ONLINE BIGGER-CC button, a larger sized movie opens in a new window. By default, the closed captions do not automatically show.
      • Simply right-mouse-click anywhere over the movie itself (or Control + Click with early versions of a Macintosh mouse).
      • From the sub-menu that appears, select "SHOW CLOSED CAPTIONING." Wait a few seconds for the captions to begin.
    • VIEWING IN QUICKTIME PLAYER AFTER DOWNLOADING A MOVIE: If you download one of our movies, and choose the QuickTime 640x480/640x360 size, the downloaded movie can be viewed directly in Apple's QuickTime Player. To reveal the closed captions:
      • Select the player's menu item named "VIEW."
      • Then select "SHOW CLOSED CAPTIONING."
      • Please be sure you are using Apple's QuickTime Player and not Windows Media Player. Our captions cannot be revealed when watching the movies with Windows Media Player.
    • MOBILE DEVICES: Additional instructions for revealing closed captions in mobile devices, such as iPhones and iPads, are found on the page "HOW TO SHOW CLOSED CAPTIONS Closed Caption icon."



  5. HOW TO DOWNLOAD MOVIES: Do you need to save copies of the movies for classroom lecture, presentations, or other instructional applications?

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    • We have created a stand-alone web page showing the steps to download movies from our website.
    • Included in the instructions are an explanation about the zip file format for movies that are downloaded, as well as how to obtain the password needed to unzip those files.
    • Go to this page:

      Movie Download Instructions


  6. HOW TO FIX MESSY FONTS: Does your web page look like this?



    If so, you need to adjust the "Text Zoom" or "Font Display Size" for your web browser software.

    • For Internet Explorer on Windows Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > TEXT SIZE. Select a different size, usually smaller.
    • For Internet Explorer on Macintosh Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > TEXT ZOOM. Select a different size, usually smaller.
    • For Netscape on Windows Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > DECREASE FONT
    • For Netscape on Macintosh Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > DECREASE FONT
    • For Firefox on Windows Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > TEXT SIZE > DECREASE
    • For Firefox on Macintosh Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > TEXT SIZE > DECREASE
    • For Safari on Macintosh Computers:
      • Use the menu VIEW > MAKE TEXT SMALLER


  7. INTERNET CONNECTION SPEED: This site requires a high-speed connection such as a T1 line, broadband cable modem or DSL. Because of the file size of the QuickTime movies, it is impractical to interact with the NeuroLogic Exam and NeuroLogical Cases websites with a 56K modem.




  8. Health Content Disclaimer: This tutorial site is intended for use by health care professionals and is not intended for general public education or patient education. If you are a patient with neurological concerns, contact your personal physician.
    University of Utah Health Content Disclaimer


 

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