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May 22, 2008

Web 2.0 and Medical Education

This AAMC: GIR: Viewpoint post by James B. McGee, M.D., assistant dean for medical education technology and director, Laboratory for Educational Technology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine is a short, quick overview of web 2.0 with suggestions on how these tools might transform traditional pedagogy and LMS course sites into a "Personal Learning Environment." It also includes a short bibliography and list of 2.0 tools of possible use in this context. This could be a good peer-written resource to share with faculty and administrators who need just the briefest intro to web 2.0.


Posted by janeblum at May 22, 2008 03:07 PM

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