Reusable learning objects in health professional education: from theory into practice Wilbert Kraan, CETIS staff
January 23, 2003
One workshop in a series organised by Universities' Collaboration in E-Learning (UCEL) in cooperation with The Association for Learning Technology (ALT). The aim is to give content developers in the health education sector an opportunity to develop their skills quickly by hands-on colloboration. The one-day workshops cost £30 (including lunch and delegate pack) and there will be a maximum of 30 participants at each venue.