Student perceptions and learning outcomes of computer-assisted versus traditional instruction in physiology.

@article{Richardson1997StudentPA,
  title={Student perceptions and learning outcomes of computer-assisted versus traditional instruction in physiology.},
  author={Daniel R. Richardson},
  journal={The American journal of physiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={273 6 Pt 3},
  pages={S55-8}
}
This study compared student perceptions and learning outcomes of computer-assisted instruction against those of traditional didactic lectures. Components of Quantitative Circulatory Physiology (Biological Simulators) and Mechanical Properties of Active Muscle (Trinity Software) were used to teach regulation of tissue blood flow and muscle mechanics, respectively, in the course Medical Physiology. These topics were each taught, in part, by 1) standard didactic lectures, 2) computer-assisted… CONTINUE READING

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