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Revista Médica Electrónica

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GARRIGA ALFONSO, Nieves E et al. The videoconference and multimedia as teaching-learning means for morphologic contents. Rev. Med. Electrón. [online]. 2009, vol.31, n.4. ISSN 1684-1824.

During the last decade, the videoconference and multimedia are being perceived as the means with more didactic possibilities in the context of the high education. At the beginning, the videoconference helped avoiding limitations of the distance learning. Progressively, this means began to be recognized in conventional teaching institutions because of the development of qualitative experiences based on the usage of out-class resources. From an instrumentalist perspective, the means are material supports of the information that should express the reality in the most possible perfect way. They answer to a standard model of students and to a homogeneous school culture, and are considered, by themselves, as instruments generating learning. The characteristics of a computational and didactic design of a hypermedia setting to learn are intended to be linked to a conception of promoting learning using computers. The setting is a group of activities based on structures tending to induce the construction of meanings through the active participation of the student.

Palabras clave : TEACHING [methods]; LEARNING; MEDICAL INFORMATICS [education]; MORPHOLOGY.

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