Development and Evaluation of Computerized Problem-based Learning Cases Emphasizing Basic Sciences Concepts
Marie A. Abate, Paula J. Meyer-Stout, Mary K. Stamatakis, Peter M. Gannett, Teresa S. Dunsworth, Anne H. Nardi
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 64, Number 1, ISSN 0002-9459
Describes development and evaluation of eight computerized problem-based learning (PBL) cases in medicinal chemistry and pharmaceutics concepts. Case versions either incorporated concept maps emphasizing key ideas or did not. Student performance on quizzes did not differ between the different case versions and was similar to that of students who attended facilitator-led sessions. Students evaluated the PBL sessions positively. (DB)
Abate, M.A., Meyer-Stout, P.J., Stamatakis, M.K., Gannett, P.M., Dunsworth, T.S. & Nardi, A.H. (2000). Development and Evaluation of Computerized Problem-based Learning Cases Emphasizing Basic Sciences Concepts. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 64(1), 74-82.