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Learning Outcomes From Lecture and an Online Module in the Family Medicine Clerkship.

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Summary of "Learning Outcomes From Lecture and an Online Module in the Family Medicine Clerkship."

With younger generations of learners and readily available technology, medical educators are challenged to include active learning methods that may be better for student learning than traditional lecture. Some of these methods, like online modules, can also reduce the demands on clerkship faculty time. We examined how content delivered via interactive, online module compared to traditional lecture for student learning and satisfaction.

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Name: Family medicine
ISSN: 1938-3800
Pages: 124-126

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