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Using World-Wide-Web technology for pathology education
Center for Teaching and Learning and Scott Memorial Library Staff Papers and Presentations
  • Anthony J Frisby, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Bruce Fenderson, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Christopher D Braster, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Rodney B. Murray, Thomas Jefferson University
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1997
Comments
This article was published in Pathology Education 22:16-23, 1997.
Abstract
In this article, we describe the development of computer-based learning programs for pathology students at Jefferson Medical College. These programs are authored using HTML (HyperText Markup Language), and are available to students on campus and via the internet. Our computer-based learning resources include scheduling information, course goals and objectives, glossary of key words, self-assessment programs and image-based case studies. These educational programs are popular with the students. We recommend the use of World Wide Web technology to improve teaching and learning in pathology education.
Citation Information
Anthony J Frisby, Bruce Fenderson, Christopher D Braster and Rodney B. Murray. "Using World-Wide-Web technology for pathology education" (1997)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/anthony_frisby/1/