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Screenshot of a MedLearn pageMedLearn allows you to create extensive, interactive learning content, combining text, images, videos and a variety of self-test questions. You can also easily embed microscope slides from CSlide, ‘3D’ rotatable objects, etc (Oxford SS required). Navigation is automatically generated and, best of all, everything is created, edited and saved in your web browser so you can work on it, and students can access it, from anywhere. There’s also no need to go anywhere near source code – if you can use Microsoft Word, you’ll have no problems with MedLearn.

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