- Author:Gary Coppa,Elizabeth Tancred
- Publisher:Mosby Inc (January 1, 1995)
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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Brainstorm, Mac, Single User by Gary Coppa, Elizabeth Tancred, January 1995, . Brainstorm, Mac, Single User. Gary Coppa, Elizabeth Tancred. Brainstorm, Mac, Single User Close. Are you sure you want to remove Brainstorm, Mac, Single User from your list? Brainstorm, Mac, Single User. by Gary Coppa, Elizabeth Tancred. Published January 1995 by .
A quizzing function containing over 1000 questions tests the user's knowledge of anatomy and theory comprehension. Instructors can personalize lessons by changing labels and adding or deleting quiz questions, or create their own lessons by deciding which screens the students should use. show more.
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Each participant brainstorms individually, then all the ideas are merged onto one large idea ma. The production gain associated with GroupSystem users' attentiveness to ideas expressed by others has been documented by Dugosh and colleagues. EBS group members who were instructed to attend to ideas generated by others outperformed those who were not in terms of creativity. This technique also allows users to log on over an extended time period, typically one or two weeks, to allow participants some "soak time" before posting their ideas and feedback.
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