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Radiographics (Impact Factor: 2.73). 09/2005; 25(5):1405-6. DOI: 10.1148/rg.255055146
Radiographics 09/2006; 26(5):1259-1261. DOI:10.1148/rg.265065127 · 2.73 Impact Factor
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ABSTRACT: With the development of e-learning and its ability to provide rich animated content rapidly to a wide audience, new methods for teaching medical imaging have evolved. E-learning tools allow building of learner-focused structured courses. Standards such as shareable content object reference model (SCORM) or Aviation Industry Computer-based Training Committee (AICC) guidelines and recommendations provide the framework required to combine text, images, videos, animations, and quizzes for learning assessment, even if each of these elements is created with different software. The main features to consider when choosing a learning management system are content management, assessment and reporting tools, customization options, course delivery, administration, and security. The tools for building a Web-based course with pages containing text, images, videos, and Flash animations are now accessible to any radiologist. Open-source learning management systems and content authoring software are available at no cost. The authors developed e-MRI.com, a free Web-based e-learning course with interactive animations and simulations, self-tests, and clinical cases to demonstrate the potential of the latest advances in e-learning and pedagogy applied to magnetic resonance imaging physics.Radiographics 11/2006; 26(6):e25; quiz e25. DOI:10.1148/rg.e25 · 2.73 Impact Factor
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