Harold F. O'Neil

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Simulations hold great promise for medical education, but not all simulations are effective, and reviews of simulation-based medical education research indicate that most evaluations of the effectiveness of medical simulations have not been of sufficient technical quality to produce trustworthy results. This article discusses issues associated with the(More)
  • Howard E. Heri. UCLACRESST, Harold F. O'Neil, Jr.. USCCRESST, Gregory K.W.K, Chung, UCLAICRESST +2 others
  • 2012
The feasibility of the administration, scoring, and reporting of an on-line concept mapping system has been studied in collective research in which concept map construction systems were designed to allow students individually and collaboratively to construct concept maps on the computer to measure content understanding and collaboration. The study reported(More)
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