A basic guide to getting the best from e-learning for medical students, teachers and all healthcare professionals
With undergraduate and postgraduate curricula, and continuing medical education increasingly delivered and supported by electronic means, it is vital that both learners and teachers develop the specific skills that are essential to successful e-learning. Based on the expert author team's experience in e-learning, this concise guide is accessible to any novice and with examples of technology in use it supplies a basic grounding in using technology to learn, teach, and conduct research.
How to Succeed at e-Learning answers the needs of all healthcare professionals either starting or continuing their studies but not knowing where to begin with e-learning. It is a valuable guide for learners in undergraduate and postgraduate medicine as well as related health professionals and essential for teachers of medicine who are beginning to transfer from print to electronic teaching and need to understand effective methods of presentation.