A Practical Approach to Problem-based Learning: Simple Technology Makes PBL Accessible
American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education Volume 63, Number 4, ISSN 0002-9459
Describes an approach to problem-based learning (PBL) in the pharmacy curriculum that utilizes electronic communications to reduce the personnel costs associated with PBL. Comparison with convention PBL found substantial reduction in personnel time. Discusses application as a supplement to didactic instruction and the method's feasibility for both conventional and distance learning environments. (DB)
Rhodes, D.G. (1999). A Practical Approach to Problem-based Learning: Simple Technology Makes PBL Accessible. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 63(4), 410.
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