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[Changing the teaching of neurosurgery with information technology] : Campus numérique de neurochirurgie : mobiliser une discipline des sciences médicales autour d'un projet pédagogique fédérateur

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A digital campus is a distance learning site that uses the potential of information and communication technologies to disseminate and improve educational services. This website, with open and free access, is built from free software with Web 2.0 technology. It is hosted at the University of Limoges. It functions as a digital library, containing scanned books, slide shows, more than 200 hours of recorded courses and round tables accessible by streaming video. The site is indexed according to the users' needs, by level of knowledge, specialty, keywords, and supplementary MeSH terms. The campus is organized as the College of Neurosurgery (http://college.neurochirurgie.fr). The durability of this type of training (in existence for 9 years now) is made possible by a powerful and committed consortium: the French Society of Neurosurgery, which has created high-quality intellectual and scientific resources, the University of Limoges, the Dupuytren University Hospital Center in Limoges, the region of Limousin, and the French-language Virtual Medical University, which have provided logistic and financial support. To target appropriate levels at various users, we distinguished four groups: medical students, neurosurgery students, neurosurgeons (continuing medical education), and students in allied health fields. All areas of neurosurgery are concerned. All the courses, including tests for self-evaluation and scientific meetings (organized with information and communication technologies) are digitally recorded for the site. The principles that make it possible for a medical discipline to organize around an online project are: a pedagogical conception of projects built in the form of models reusable by other health specialties; a stronghold within professional societies of the relevant specialties able to create high-quality intellectual and scientific resources; an organization by educational levels that can be extended transversally to other health disciplines; and free access to the digital campus, the durability of which depends on the dissemination and dynamism of its consortium.
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hal-00738854 , version 1 (05-10-2012)

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Jean-Jacques Moreau, François Caire, Michel Kalamarides, Etienne Mireau, Frédéric Dauger, et al.. [Changing the teaching of neurosurgery with information technology] : Campus numérique de neurochirurgie : mobiliser une discipline des sciences médicales autour d'un projet pédagogique fédérateur. La Presse medicale, 2009, 38 (10), pp.1425-1433. ⟨10.1016/j.lpm.2009.05.016⟩. ⟨hal-00738854⟩
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