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|Title:||Medical teaching websites: Do they reflect the learning paradigm?|
|Authors:||Alur, P. |
|Citation:||Alur, P., Fatima, K., Joseph, R. (2002). Medical teaching websites: Do they reflect the learning paradigm?. Medical Teacher 24 (4) : 422-424. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1080/01421590220145815|
|Abstract:||Phenomenal evolution of the Internet in recent times is shifting the mode of distribution of medical knowledge from conventional lecture rooms to one that is web based. No guidelines are yet set for medical teaching websites. Hence, the authors set out to determine whether these sites uniformly reflected the Learning Paradigm. Most of the medical teaching websites were endowed with good technical support but were surprisingly falling short in reflecting the principles of learning. It is strongly suggested that a team consisting of a clinician as content provider, a web designer and a medical educationist is required to create an ideal medical teaching website.|
|Source Title:||Medical Teacher|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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