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A Voice-Activated, Interactive Videodisc Case Study for Use in the Medical School Classroom
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Journal of Medical Education Volume 61, Number 11,

Abstract

The Technological Innovations in Medical Education (TIME) Project of the Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Communications is exploring the use of interactive videodisc, microcomputer, and voice recognition technology to create interactive case studies of simulated patients to train second-year medical students in the introduction to clinical medicine curriculum. (MLW)

Citation

Harless, W.G. (1986). A Voice-Activated, Interactive Videodisc Case Study for Use in the Medical School Classroom. Journal of Medical Education, 61(11), 913. Retrieved May 27, 2020 from .

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