A Multimodal Virtual Anatomy E-Learning Tool for Medical Education

@inproceedings{Lu2010AMV,
  title={A Multimodal Virtual Anatomy E-Learning Tool for Medical Education},
  author={Jianfeng Lu and Li Li and Poh-Sun Goh},
  booktitle={Edutainment},
  year={2010}
}
Computer-aided learning (CAL) has great potential in facilitating learning. In medical education, several approaches using CAL have been used. In this paper, we present a novel software platform which we designed to provide a virtual learning environment to support anatomy teaching and learning delivered on a simple desktop computer. The virtual 3D environment is particularly useful to help students identify key anatomy structures and their complex spatial relationships. Modeling and direct… CONTINUE READING

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