"SURGENT" -- student e-learning for reality: the application of interactive visual images to problem-based learning in undergraduate surgery.

@article{Corrigan2008SURGENTS,
  title={"SURGENT" -- student e-learning for reality: the application of interactive visual images to problem-based learning in undergraduate surgery.},
  author={Mark Anthony Corrigan and Michelle Reardon and Connor Shields and Henry Redmond},
  journal={Journal of surgical education},
  year={2008},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={120-5}
}
Information technology has the potential to transform surgical education. Combining symbolic, iconic, and enactive teaching modalities to construct an authentic conceptual model potentially can transform a primarily didactic learning experience into an interactive Web-enhanced one. This study sought to assess the introduction of a Web-based module to complement traditional surgical undergraduate curricula. Adopting the clinical case as its fundamental educational approach, an online resource… CONTINUE READING

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