Computer-aided veterinary learning at the University of Cambridge
Holmes, M.A. and Nicholls, P.K. (1996) Computer-aided veterinary learning at the University of Cambridge. Veterinary Record, 138 (9). pp. 199-203.
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An approach to computer-assisted learning in veterinary education at the University of Cambridge, involving the development of four types of learning module, is outlined. A tutorial on regional perineural anaesthesia in the horse, based on the familiar tape-slide format but with significant improvements, is described. A question and answer self-assessment package and a computer-based 'digital lecture' are also discussed, together with a case simulation involving the investigation of a polydipsic dog. All the tutorials were developed using standard software packages and image digitising processes. The philosophy behind the development of these computer-assisted learning packages is discussed.
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