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Epiville  is a learning tool developed specifically for Principles of Epidemiology, the core course in this discipline at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University.   Epiville is a set of interactive web-based exercises created by faculty in the Department of Epidemiology and produced by the Center for New Media Teaching and Learning at Columbia University. The primary goal of Epiville is to provide an enhanced web-based learning environment so that students can most efficiently... More
Material Type: Case Study
Technical Format: HTML/Text
Date Added to MERLOT: June 19, 2007
Date Modified in MERLOT: November 13, 2014
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Send email to il2011@columbia.edu
Send email to lbz7@columbia.edu
Submitter: Daniel Herman
Keywords: Bias (epidemiology), Confounding factors (epidemiology), Epidemiology, Reproducibility of results-reliability & validity (epidemiology), SARS, Ecological Study

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Primary Audience: Graduate School, College General Ed, Professional
Mobile Compatibility: Not specified at this time
Technical Requirements: * RealPlayer™ * Macromedia Flash Plug-in * Adobe® Acrobat Reader® For PC * Windows 95 or later. * 64 MB of RAM (128 recommended). * Browser: Firefox 1.x, Netscape 8, or Internet Explorer 6. For Macintosh * MAC OS 8.6 or higher. * 64 MB of RAM (128 recommended). * Browser: Safari. Firefox 1.x, Netscape 8, or Internet Explorer 5.
Language: English
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