William T. McGahan

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This paper reports on attempts to incorporate creative visual literacy, by way of student owned technology , and sharing of student-generated multimedia amongst peers to enhance learning in a first year human physiology course 1. In 2013, students were set the task of producing an animated video, which outlined the pathogenesis of a chosen disease. Students(More)
This paper aims to report early findings of the second iteration of an implicit student-generated mobile learning project that promotes visual literacy and peer mediated learning. The first iteration was conducted with first year health science students at the University of Queensland, Australia, in 2013. We found that while the video assessment task may(More)
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