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ERIC Number: ED056909
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 14
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Audio-Tutorial Instruction in Medicine.
Boyle, Gloria J.; Herrick, Merlyn C.
This progress report concerns an audio-tutorial approach used at the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Medicine. Instructional techniques such as slide-tape presentations, compressed speech audio tapes, computer-assisted instruction (CAI), motion pictures, television, microfiche, and graphic and printed materials have been implemented, with the learner in mind, throughout the four years of medical school. With the increase in software and the need to provide self-evaluation capabilities, equipment was adapted or developed to fulfill this goal. The electric board enables the student to assess his mastery of the material in slide-tape presentations, the Didactor-Slidemate presents or evaluates programs with the aid of color slides or photomicrographs. The Path-Printer provides a record of the student's path through the learning program. (Author/CP)
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Authoring Institution: Missouri Univ., Columbia.