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Journal Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1 / Feb 2003  pp1‑50

Editor: Roy Williams

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Supporting staff using WebCT at the University of Birmingham in the UK  pp1‑10

Tracy Kent

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Evaluating Virtual Learning Environments: what are we measuring?  pp11‑20

Mary Dyson, Silvio Barreto Campello

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Cognitive Style and Attitudes Towards Using Online Learning and Assessment Methods  pp21‑28

Martin Graff

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Biomedical Online Learning: The route to success  pp29‑34

Patricia Harvey

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Abstract

The potential of the World Wide Web for rapid global communication is driving the creation of specifically tailored courses for employees, yet few practitioners have the necessary experience in on‑line teaching methods, or in preparing documents for the web. Experience gained in developing six online training modules for the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industry sectors is informing the development by a partnership of academics and practitioners of seven online modules that will meet requirements for continuing professional development in the health sector. This paper highlights lessons for success. 

 

Keywords: Biomedical Online learning experience solutions training

 

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Interactive Technology Impact on Quality Distance Education  pp35‑44

Samer Hijazi

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Integrating Distributed Learning with just‑in‑context Knowledge Management  pp45‑50

Roy. Williams

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