4 edition of Computer technology in medical education and assessment. found in the catalog.
Computer technology in medical education and assessment.
United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment.
by Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington, D.C
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 127-139.
|Series||Background report - Congress of the United States, Office of Technology Assessment ; OTA-BR-H-1|
|LC Classifications||R837.C6 U54 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 139 p. :|
|Number of Pages||139|
|LC Control Number||79600146|
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Computer Technology in Medical Education and Assessment (Part 2 of 9) Author: Health Program (R. Pengov and L. Miike) Subject: Table of Contents Keywords: Health and health technology Created Date: 4/1/ PM.
Computer technology in medical education and assessment. United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment. Computer technology in medical education and assessment. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors.
A report by the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) that reviews "the state-of-the-art of the use of computer technology in medical education and assessment" and describes "the technologies and strategies for computer-based education and assessment, the current state of medical education and assessment activities, and computer applications in medicine" (p.
iii). This report reviews the state-of-the-art of the use of computer technology in medical education and assessment. It both describes the technologies and strategies for computer-based education and assessment, the current state of medical education and assessment activities, and computer applications in medicine.
It also provides examples of systems. This report reviews the state-of-the-art of the use of computer technology in medical education and assessment. It both describes the technologies and strategies for computerbased education and assessment, the current state of medical education and assessment activities, and computer applications in medicine.
Also included is the use of computers in support of the medical education enterprise, for example, curriculum management support systems and computerized assessment tools.
This chapter focuses on three of these uses: computer-assisted instruction, medical informatics curricula, and the use of computerized administrative databases. Innovation in medical education has almost become synonymous with technology and its use in the field is growing exponentially.
The benefits of technology-enhanced learning (TEL) are manifold; however, in this article some of the more contentious, potentially hazardous and oft unexplored aspects of TEL are highlighted - we have termed these the ‘dark side’ of technology in medical education. This article in the Medical Education series provides a conceptual framework for and a brief update on commonly used and emerging methods of assessment, discusses the strengths and limitations of e.
Measuring learning is a necessary part of every teacher’s work. Teachers need to check for student understanding, and parents, students, and leaders need to know how students are doing overall in order to help them successfully prepare for college and work.
In addition to supporting learning across content areas, technology-enabled assessments can help reduce the [ ]. Four different types of computer applications in medical education and assessment are discussed in this chapter. These four types are: 1) computer-supported independent study in the basic medical sciences, 2) the use of computerized simulations in training and testing for clinical competence, 3) computer-based medical consultation systems, and 4).
The changes is that majority of the medical students are computer literate these days. New information on medical topics is readily accessible via the Internet and handheld computers such as palmtops, personal digital assistants (PDA).
Information Technology can assist medical education in various ways such as in college networks and internet. Assessment evidence. Technology. Assessment tools within selected technology.
Demonstrates an understanding of the Holland code. Learning Management System (LMS) Use of quizzes: either fill-in-the-blank or matching terms to definitions. Can describe the relationship between self-assessment and educational and vocational options.
LMS. The book offers findings and 12 related recommendations that address five critical areas: instrument development; research on learning; computer-based assessment methods, framework development, and public perceptions of technology. As has been discussed throughout this book, information technology is an increas- lifelong learning are among the goals of medical education.
Computers can be used for. Assessment Program. List of text and reference books on medical education and technology admin Homeopathic Education, Links, TEACHERS CORNER 0 Good collection of text and reference books on medical education and technology – a must for teachers in all systems of medicine.
Findings from these studies demonstrate that industrialized countries have invested heavily in ICT and its integration with medical education. Medical students in countries aware of the importance of ICT and its impact on medical education have good access to the latest computer technology needed to successfully pass courses and do research.
Keywords: Medical education, Assessment, Peer learning, Self-assessment 1. Introduction Within the arena of medical education, it is generally acknowledged that assessment drives learning (Wormald BW, Schoeman S, Somasunderman A et al, ). All forms of assessment invariably have inherent strengths and flaws.
Technology refers to the applied knowledge or the applied science. According to the “Office of Technology Assessment,” “Medical technology is a set of techniques, medicines, equipment, tools and procedures used by the health professionals in providing health care to the individuals and systems, in which such technology is used (1, 2, 3.
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