Three-Dimensional Display Technologies for Anatomical Education: A Literature Review
Journal of Science Education and Technology Volume 25, Number 4, ISSN 1059-0145
Anatomy is a foundational component of biological sciences and medical education and is important for a variety of clinical tasks. To augment current curriculum and improve students' spatial knowledge of anatomy, many educators, anatomists, and researchers use three-dimensional (3D) visualization technologies. This article reviews 3D display technologies and their associated assessments for anatomical education. In the first segment, the review covers the general function of displays employing 3D techniques. The second segment of the review highlights the use and assessment of 3D technology in anatomical education, focusing on factors such as knowledge gains, student perceptions, and cognitive load. The review found 32 articles on the use of 3D displays in anatomical education and another 38 articles on the assessment of 3D displays. The review shows that the majority (74%) of studies indicate that the use of 3D is beneficial for many tasks in anatomical education, and that student perceptions are positive toward the technology.
Hackett, M. & Proctor, M. (2016). Three-Dimensional Display Technologies for Anatomical Education: A Literature Review. Journal of Science Education and Technology, 25(4), 641-654.
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David Dominguese, University of Illinois College of Medicine-Peoria, United States; Shu-chien Pan, University of Illinois College of Medicine - Peoria, United States; Jolene Harris & Matthew Bramlet, University of Illinois College of Medicine-Peoria, United States
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