Speculate the Teaching of Medical Microbiology Network Resource
According to the characteristics of medical microbiology, from the inevitability and advantages of network resources, namely, The mission of educates is not only just impart knowledge but more important is teaching students how to use modern measure and tools to acquire knowledge and to guide students to use the obtained knowledge innovation; Modern classroom teaching supplement and perfect sharing of teaching resources, beneficial to the development of the medical students’ innovative spirit and quality. Conducive to teacher-student interaction and enhance the emotion between teachers and students. Motivate teachers to promote the improvement of the quality of teaching. We can better understand the medical microbiology knowledge by using network resources.
KeywordsMedical microbiology Network Speculate introduction
This work was supported by the fund project: teaching reform project of Xinjiang Medical University (YG2011051,YG2011036, YG2008006); National Basic Medical Experimental Teaching Center Teaching reform project of Xinjiang Medical University (201016,201004).
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