Image-Rich Digital Tools Encourage Autonomous Learning in Online and Real Laboratory Courses

Wednesday, October 16 | 12:40PM–1:30PM | Meeting Room 304C/D
Session Type: Professional Development
The highly visual nature of human anatomy and microbiology courses encourages teaching with digital technology. The use of online collaborative software to teach three-dimensional anatomy concepts in a two-dimensional space and customized iPad content enable students to better collaborate, self-evaluate, and learn.

Outline the logistics and strategies employed when incorporatingÊiPads into the "wet lab" environment |ÊIdentify factors that influence a student's preference for online or face-to-face teaching labs.


  • Stefanie Attardi

    Assistant Professor, Oakland University
  • Mary Frances Ypma-Wong

    Academic Coordinator, University of California, Irvine