Ten years of CLIVE (Computer-Aided Learning in Veterinary Education) in the United Kingdom

Dale, V. , McConnell, G., Short, A. and Sullivan, M. (2005) Ten years of CLIVE (Computer-Aided Learning in Veterinary Education) in the United Kingdom. Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 32(1), pp. 47-50.

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This paper outlines the work of the CLIVE (Computer-Aided Learning in Veterinary Education) project over a 10-year period, set against the backdrop of changes in education policy and learning technology developments. The consortium of six UK veterinary schools and 14 international Associate Member Schools has been very successful. Sustaining these partnerships requires that the project redefine itself and adapt to cater to the diverse learning needs of today's students and to changing professional and societal needs on an international scale.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Sullivan, Professor Martin and Dale, Dr Vicki
Authors: Dale, V., McConnell, G., Short, A., and Sullivan, M.
College/School:University Services > Learning and Teaching Services Division
College of Medical Veterinary and Life Sciences > School of Biodiversity, One Health & Veterinary Medicine
University Services > Student and Academic Services > Academic Services
Journal Name:Journal of Veterinary Medical Education
Publisher:University of Toronto Press
ISSN (Online):1943-7218

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