histophysiology CD-ROM's as teaching aids for honours degree courses in
Physiology, Physiology/Sports Science etc. The CD's of the various organ
systems have images and text appropriate for the course of study. The
students like the system, they see top quality images with clear concise
text designed for their course. The students use the CD's in labs,
computer clusters or can take them home. I like to go round the students
and ask what they think of the CD's, content, usefulness etc. As a
general rule they are well received but when I ask how they could be
improved the answer is common, "can they be more interactive."
Perhaps this is a result of the Tomb Raider generation. So, interaction,
I have several ideas for this but at the moment unsure how to implement.
Can anyone suggest perhaps a games type program that would let me
introduce, Lara Croft and the Loop of Henle.
Dr. Ian Montgomery,
Graham Kerr Building,
Institute of Biomedical & Life Sciences,
University of Glasgow,
Tel: 0141 339 8855
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