Challenges and perspectives of computer-assisted instruction in medical education: lessons learned from seven years of experience with the CAMPUS system.

@article{Haag2007ChallengesAP,
  title={Challenges and perspectives of computer-assisted instruction in medical education: lessons learned from seven years of experience with the CAMPUS system.},
  author={Martin Haag and Rachel Singer and Matthias Bauch and J{\"o}rn Heid and Franck Hess and Franz Josef Leven},
  journal={Methods of information in medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={67-9}
}
OBJECTIVES In this paper we discuss solutions to the problem that medical teachers and students do not use modern computer-assisted instruction systems in medical education as much as expected by their developers. METHODS As an example for a modern problem-based CAI system we introduce the CAMPUS shell system for case-based training in medicine. RESULTS CAMPUS has received several awards and positive evaluation results. Nevertheless, the usage of such systems in courses and for self-study… CONTINUE READING

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