Teacher / Researchers
Wouldn’t it be ideal to organize all of your materials – cases, lecture notes, photos,
video clips – in one, convenient location? The RadarOpus platform is designed to do just that!
It’s easy to import documents into RadarOpus, where they become part of your personal library, indexed and ‘searchable’ alongside materia medica and patient notes! Add links within your RadarOpus docs to help you navigate easily between cases, images, rubrics, and even websites during your lecture.
Select the standard ‘presentation’ mode for the classroom or lecture hall, or style your own using your RadarOpus personal settings; switch back with a single click once the lecture’s finished. You may even decide to create your own “Presentation Toolbar”, including just the tools needed for a clean, uncluttered presentation. And of course, ‘Zoom’ is built into every RadarOpus window.
Whether it’s as simple as distributing monthly homework assignments to your students, or publishing an article, proving, or book for the community at large, RadarOpus is the platform of choice.
Create documents “from scratch”, or import and edit your existing work within RadarOpus, adding graphics and links. The work you create in RadarOpus is easily shared with other RadarOpus users, or saved in popular formats like pdf and xml for distribution.
The RadarOpus WebMartis the perfect place to distribute your work to the larger homeopathic community. Create your own WebMart ‘channel’ where you can distribute your work in whatever manner you choose – we’ve even given you the ability to charge for the work you distribute though the RadarOpus WebMart.
Distance Learning Channel
There's no need for you or your school to invest valuable time and resources developing your own distance-learning platform. Archibel and RadarOpus have partnered with Homeoversity to provide a perfect platform for continuing education. Live classes, recorded sessions, even class handouts and your RadarOpus teaching cases are all seamlessly integrated in the Homeoversity interface.
Traditionally, homeopathic students have been encouraged to postpone their introduction to computer software until they’ve spent some time mastering repertory basics. Today's students, however, have grown up using computers, and are often anxious to begin working with what to them are simply “the basics”.
Whenever you choose to introduce computers to your curriculum, RadarOpus is well suited to the task of introducing repertories in general, their history and development, and the structure and limitations of various repertory formats.
Today’s version of the Synthesis Repertory, Synthesis X, is a carefully indexed database, which can be completely rearranged to offer alternate views of repertory information.
Would you like to work with Kent’s original repertory? No problem! One click in RadarOpus rearranges the Synthesis X database to show only the original Kent information, in its original format. Another click returns the full, modern Synthesis with all remedy and rubric additions displayed. An entire timeline of “Repertory Views”, corresponding to important historical developments in both the literature and homeopathy itself, is included with RadarOpus. What better way for students to explore the evolution of the repertory?
Concepts is a unique tool, ideally suited for introducing the repertory. Concepts itself is an index to the repertory, offering a selection of available chapters, ranging from First Aid and Pediatrics through the Core Delusions of Dr. Luc. Each Concepts entry contains a group of thematically related rubrics. It’s even possible to create one’s own rubric groups – based on any theme - in the ‘Personal’ chapter of concepts. practical, results-oriented exercise for repertory exploration.