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Virtual worlds to support patient group communication? A questionnaire study investigating potential for virtual world focus group use by respiratory patients.

Br J Educ Technol 2017 Jan 25;48(2):451-461. Epub 2015 Nov 25.

CLAHRC for North West London, UK ; Imperial NHS Trust, London, UK.

Recent advances in communication technologies enable potential provision of remote education for patients using computer-generated environments known as virtual worlds. Previous research has revealed highly variable levels of patient receptiveness to using information technologies for healthcare-related purposes. This preliminary study involved implementing a questionnaire investigating attitudes and access to computer technologies of respiratory outpatients, in order to assess potential for use of virtual worlds to facilitate health-related education for this sample. Read More

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/bjet.12378DOI Listing
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5321517PMC
January 2017
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The television viewing behaviour of families in Kwara State, Nigeria.

Authors:
J K Talabi

Br J Educ Technol 1989 ;20(2):135-9

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Interactive radio instruction: developing instructional methods.

Authors:
J Friend

Br J Educ Technol 1989 ;20(2):106-14

The USAID has, since 1972, funded the development of a new methodology for educational radio for young children through 3 projects: the Radio Mathematics PRoject of Nicaragua, the Radio Language Arts Project of Kenya, and the Radio Science PRoject of Papua New Guinea. These projects developed math programs for grades 1-4 and English as a second language for grades 1-3; programs to teach science in grades 4-6 are now being developed. Appropriate techniques were developed to engage young children actively in the learning process. Read More

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April 1991
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Developing POPTRAN, a population modelling package.

Br J Educ Technol 1988 Oct;19(3):184-92

"Collaboration between subject matter specialists, computer programmers and educational technologists has resulted in the reproduction of POPTRAN, a computer assisted learning package designed to teach the basic concepts of population studies. Its evaluation in developing countries, with both naive and specialist users, and subsequent revision, has produced a package of both academic quality and teaching effectiveness." Read More

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October 1988
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