An evaluation of the use of multiple perspectives in the design of computer facilitated learning
AbstractIn the medical sciences, there is a well documented problem that involves the separation of discipline based knowledge from clinical practice. In order to address this issue in anatomy teaching, the CD-ROM An@tomedia has been developed - integrating anatomical knowledge with clinical applications. The structure and evaluation of An@tomedia are described.
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Kennedy, D., Eizenberg, N., & Kennedy, G. (2000). An evaluation of the use of multiple perspectives in the design of computer facilitated learning. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 16(1). https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.1819
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