Jonathan Padilla San Diego

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Towards a user-oriented analytical approach to learning design Jonathan P. San Diego, Diana Laurillard, Tom Boyle, Claire Bradley, Dejan Ljubojevic, Tim Neumann & Darren Pearce To cite this article: Jonathan P. San Diego, Diana Laurillard, Tom Boyle, Claire Bradley, Dejan Ljubojevic, Tim Neumann & Darren Pearce (2008) Towards a user-oriented analytical(More)
In this paper, we will demonstrate how force feedback, motion-parallax, and stereoscopic vision can enhance the opportunities for learning in the context of dentistry. A dental training workstation prototype has been developed intended for use by dental students in their introductory course to preparing a tooth cavity. The multimodal feedback from haptics,(More)
Session summary The hapTEL project, has been developing and evaluating a virtual dental workstation since July 2007, with over 400 dental undergraduate students learning clinical skills. This involved three overlapping strands with a strong interdisciplinary focus: Strand 1 (technical) involving the development, evaluation and refinement of haptic devices(More)
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