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Instructional Design and Informatics

  • Jane Terpstra
Part of the Computers in Health Care book series (HI)

Abstract

You may have heard the old phrase, “Look before you leap.” Whatever the source of this sage advice, it is the message of this chapter. It takes assessment, planning, understanding, creativity, and integration to bring technology and education together in an effective manner.

Keywords

Instructional Technology Dental Student Dental School Dental Education Instructional Software 
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  • Jane Terpstra

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