Development of a Computer-Assisted Curriculum in the Postgraduate Education for Orthodontics
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Ihloff, H., Fischer, M., Xenakis, D., Spector, M., Maag, K.P., Vergari, A. & Lyon, H.C. (1999). Development of a Computer-Assisted Curriculum in the Postgraduate Education for Orthodontics. In B. Collis & R. Oliver (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 1999 (p. 1642). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
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The Clinic for Orthodontics of the LMU-Munich is involved in different EC Research projects in the area of open and distance learning in cooperation with other European partners. The aim of these projects is to test and evaluate multimedia learning programs in medicine and to integrate them into the curriculum. We present goals and interim results of these projects. A common European database of orthodontic cases with a common descriptive structure has been developed for use on the Internet. Orthodontic teachers author their own teaching cases and evaluate them as learning cases for students. Using CASUS, a user-friendly data-based, Internet multimedia problem-based authoring system, the orthodontic teacher is able to develop didactic case-based programs for student.
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