Simulation and New Learning Technologies
Medical Teacher Volume 23, Number 1, ISSN 0142-159X
In the future, virtual reality technology based initially on data from Visible Human Data sets will provide the majority of simulation-based training. Indicates that evidence-based outcomes must show these systems to be effective instruments for teaching and assessment, and medical educators must be willing to effect change in medical education to ensure the appropriate use of these systems. (Contains 37 references.) (Author/ASK)
Issenberg, S.B., Gordon, M.S., Gordon, D.L., Safford, R.E. & Hart, I.R. (2001). Simulation and New Learning Technologies. Medical Teacher, 23(1), 16-23.
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Andy Saltarelli & William Saltarelli, Central Michigan University, United States; Cary Roseth, Michigan State University, United States; Aimee Grand, Central Michigan University, United States
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2011 (Mar 07, 2011) pp. 1663–1670
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