Easy-to-use content management system which delivers text, images, video, questions and more
MedLearn 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.
MedLearn hosts well over a thousand pages of elearning material for the pre-clinical medicine course alone – this is linked to from a table of contents in WebLearn (Oxford SSO required) - look for thes.
Access to MedLearn can be for Oxford users only (protected by Webauth single sign-on) or public.
Try it yourself
The Global Health Network: Selecting traditional medicinal plants for further research
MSDLT guide to getting started with MedLearn (Oxford SSO required)
I was impressed by the online resources designed to complement the other teaching… - External examiner, 2012
..this resource is proving much better than any book for my neuroanatomy revision - 2nd year medic