DOIT international mit eduGAIN
Learning Dermatology in five steps. Instruction for using the interactive tools of DOIT efficiently.
DOIT is an interactive, systematic and case-oriented, multilingual online e-learning platform for undergraduate students in Medicine. Its modular structure follows the physiologic stepwise learning process of learning, excersising, testing with learning games, feedback and repitition with short podcasts and access to documents of your home Medical School.free login
Das WebBook ist die Printvariante der Cyberlecture. Dieses Taschenbuch ist mit sehr vielen Farbabbildungen ausgestattet. Das WebBook kannst Du bestellen bei Amazon.
The MEDIDA-PRIX was a very competitive media-didactical University price for digital media in higher education. It was sponsored by ministries in Germany, Austria and Switzerland and was organized 1999-2009 annually by the Gesellschaft für Medien in der Wissenschaft.
The European Dermatology Forum (EDF) and the DOIT-Association are non-profit organizations, which cooperate in order to foster harmonization of undergraduate Dermatology training in Europe.
The film takes us on a journey through two and a half thousand years of the teaching and learning of medicine. Printing, colour photography and modern information and communication technology are milestones in the conveyance of the exponentially increasing and rapidly changing knowledge available on this path. “Blended learning” is the magic formula which successfully makes the most of this situation and creates a dynamic, interactive system of learning in which, in addition to traditional teaching methods such as lectures, courses and bedside teaching, also self-responsible learning in the internet (e-learning), available anywhere and at any time, comes to the fore.
So far university users have been able to access domestic web services with an AAI- password. From now on, through eduGAIN they can also access resources in a Network of European Universities.
The «godfathers» of DOIT with two students: technical coordinator Vahid Djamei and Prof. Günter Burg (from l. to r.).