Collaborative Multi-professional Narrative Based e-learning. An application to teaching Medical Statistics

Abstract : The present paper describes e-CNA (e-Collaborative Narrative Analysis), a web based multi-agent environment where different agents contribute to the exploration and social co-construction of the meanings of a set of narratives. The paper also describes an action-research e-learning experiment aimed to involve the students of different courses and a multi-disciplinary team of health professionals in a blended online educational project on qualitative and quantitative research methodologies in health sciences. A taxonomy of illness-related concepts/terms was generated, and the narratives were represented as semantic networks.
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Umberto Giani. Collaborative Multi-professional Narrative Based e-learning. An application to teaching Medical Statistics. Conference ICL2007, September 26 -28, 2007, 2007, Villach, Austria. 9 p. ⟨hal-00197287⟩

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