E-Learning in the School of Medicine

March 25, 2011 at 11:59 am | Posted in educational, useful links | Leave a comment

Yesterday the School of Medicine held an open day to showcase their work on e-learning. Unfortunately I was unable to attend as I was on strike over the proposed changes to USS pensions. However, the project team, led by Dr Sunhea Choi, have put together an excellent website which provides a great deal of information about the resources they have developed as well as the processes and tools used to create them.

I especially liked the interactive map of the development process, and the catalogue of materials includes videos that give a flavour of the interactive learning created. The materials themselves are obviously protected by password, and you will need to log in first via the School of Medicine home page to access them.


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