e-Learning in medical education Guide 32 Part 2: Technology, management and design

  title={e-Learning in medical education Guide 32 Part 2: Technology, management and design},
  author={Ken Masters and Rachel Helen Ellaway},
  journal={Medical Teacher},
  pages={474 - 489}
With e-learning now part of the medical education mainstream, both educational and practical technical and informatics skills have become an essential part of the medical teacher's portfolio. The Guide is intended to help teachers develop their skills in working in the new online educational environments, and to ensure that they appreciate the wider changes and developments that accompany this ‘information revolution’. The Guide is divided into two parts, of which this is the second. The first… 

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