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Immunology online

Immunology online is a web-based immunology course for students at the bachelor, master, and doctoral levels. It covers all aspects of fundamental immunology and offers three distinct approaches to learning: clinical case-based learning, article-based learning and Structure to function.
Tipo di prodotto: Contenuti pedagogici
Disciplina: Medicina, Farmacia
Temi: immunology
Vantaggi: Immunology online offers numerous high-quality animations that illustrate complex concepts, self-assessements, a virtual microscope to learn about lymphoid organ's histology and pedagogical approaches to access content through clinical cases and annotated articles.
Lingue: inglese
Contatto:

Nathalie Debard, ISREC, Chemin des Boveresses 155, CH-1066 Epalinges.

email: nathalie.debard@hset.org

Risorse in linea: http://iol.bio-med.ch (password protected)
Ultimo aggiornamento: February 2007
Utenti e referenze: Immunology online is used at the university of Lausanne via the portal UNIL (http://unil.bio-med.ch), at EPFL via the portal EPFL (http://epfl.bio-med.ch), at the national center research of Cairo (http://nrc.bio-med.ch) and at the pasteur institute of Paris (http://ip.bio-med.ch).
ModalitÓ d'apprendimento: blended teaching
Scenario pedagogico: Immunology online is not used as such for e-learning, e-teaching and e-training. Instead, it serves as repositories to build portals in which the content and the learning activities are customized to the needs of specific groups of learners and trainees.
Diritto di proprietÓ: This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial - No Derivative Works 3.0 License.
  

 

     
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