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Presentation
Improving Medical Students’ Learning Outcomes: Teaching a Web-Assisted Elective Course for 4th Year Medical Students
Annual Meeting of the Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association (2009)
  • Misa Mi, University of Toledo
  • Marlene A. Porter, University of Toledo
  • Jolene M. Miller, University of Toledo
  • Jodi Jameson, University of Toledo
  • Gerald R. Natal, University of Toledo
Abstract

Since 1997, the Mulford Health Science Library at the University of Toledo Health Science Campus (formerly the Medical College of Ohio) has been offering a 3-credit-hour elective course for 4th year medical students. The goal of the course is to provide students with skill sets that are important for them to develop as current students and future health care practitioners.

The purpose of this poster is to demonstrate the process of redesigning the elective as a learner-centered course; and to evaluate the effectiveness of the course on students’ learning and learning outcomes.

Keywords
  • Teaching,
  • online learning,
  • web-assisted learning
Publication Date
October 6, 2009
Citation Information
Misa Mi, Marlene A. Porter, Jolene M. Miller, Jodi Jameson, et al.. "Improving Medical Students’ Learning Outcomes: Teaching a Web-Assisted Elective Course for 4th Year Medical Students" Annual Meeting of the Midwest Chapter of the Medical Library Association (2009)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gerald_natal/6/