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Putting your course on the web: lessons from a case study and systematic literature review

The authors did an extensive literature review of online teaching and also directly questioned participants in their medical education class. For any web-based course to succeed, 10 overlapping and iterative areas of activity must be addressed. These are: the market for the course; course aims and intended learning outcomes; choice of software platform; staff training needs; writing high quality study materials; design features for active learning; technical and administrative challenges; evaluation and quality improvement; mainstreaming the course within the institution, and financial viability.

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