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Title: The integration of knowledge through interactive Computer-Enhanced Learning in medicine.
Authors: Voon, F.C. 
Tan, C.K. 
Rajendran, K. 
Issue Date: Sep-1990
Citation: Voon, F.C., Tan, C.K., Rajendran, K. (1990-09). The integration of knowledge through interactive Computer-Enhanced Learning in medicine.. Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore 19 (5) : 752-757. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Rapid advances in Information Technology in recent years have provided powerful computers and software that can be innovatively applied to create powerful pedagogical courseware that go beyond what precursors like the PLATO project could do on the mainframes of yesteryear. This article focusses on the research and development that we have carried out which is applicable to the whole area of education (including medical education). It introduces the elements of hypertext, hypermedia and the pedagogical user interface. It illustrates the principles necessary for the communication of conceptual, functional and structural knowledge. It emphasises the key aspect of mastery of Information Technology necessary for a new dimension in Computer-Enhanced Learning that will be of relevance to the Information Society of the 21st century.
Source Title: Annals of the Academy of Medicine Singapore
ISSN: 03044602
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