Wake, M; Lisgarten, L; (2003) VLEs and pharmacy - Learning from experience. Pharmacy Education , 3 (3) 209 - 214. 10.1080/15602210310001623151.
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Software packages to create virtual learning environments (VLEs) are increasingly being used in higher education. This paper examines the development of online teaching, its advantages and disadvantages; in particular, the problem of providing a virtual library of adequate, good quality "reading around" support documentation for students. Initiatives to overcome these barriers, so that pharmacy educators can make full use of the benefits of VLEs, are discussed.
|Title:||VLEs and pharmacy - Learning from experience|
|UCL classification:||UCL > Professional Services > Library Services|
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