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Virtual Pathology Education in Pandemic Times: Challenges, Solutions and Future Implications

Seyedesmaeil Azimi Khatibani, Shima Tabatabai
2021 Interdisciplinary Journal of Virtual Learning in Medical Sciences  
It also explored the potential solutions to overcome the present challenges and future implications for virtual pathology education and practice.  ...  The main difficulties center around the integration of virtual learning technologies into a pathology curriculum and incorporation of digital pathology infrastructure into an educational platform.  ...  Another advantage of the widespread shift toward digital platforms is that pathologists are growing more competent in using virtual technologies and tele-pathology in education.  ... 
doi:10.30476/ijvlms.2021.91092.1093 doaj:fa50f1272a5a4ea6876acb503e0f69f5 fatcat:pkcc3artevhnfalrieclhcbylu

Collaboration between universities and enterprises in the Knowledge Age [chapter]

R. Lewis, C. Vizcarro
1998 The Virtual Campus  
In this approach it is argued that the delivery of content should no Ionger play a major roJe; remote access to digital libraries and learning support through tele-tutoring are becoming increasingly common  ...  In this new context, information and communication technologies allow an alternative approach to be taken.  ...  This course explores, reviews and compares the ways that communication technology can be used to support distributed groups of workers and leamers in the transition from information to knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35352-4_11 fatcat:utvbotbcbzh45kestmyiohjao4

Virtual collaboration, 'perezhivanie' and teacher learning: A socio-cultural-historical perspective

Victoria Antoniadou
2011 Bellaterra Journal of Teaching & Learning Language & Literature  
activity, and (3) examine learning as expansion of what was explicitly proposed as objectives of the course, resulting from reasoned action i.e., reflection on the process and outcomes of the activity  ...  This article aims to: (1) analyze the essentially language-mediated interactions to trace instantiations of virtual collaboration developmentally (2) discuss teacher learning outcomes of the (tele)collaborative  ...  In line with the above, this article explores learning outcomes resulting from the integration of Internet-mediated collaboration in a pre-service teacher education programme at the Universitat Autònoma  ... 
doi:10.5565/rev/jtl3.424 fatcat:witkod3hcjbivf7rthiijiqgei

Virtual mentoring in nursing education: A scoping review of the literature

Susan Arlene Clement, Susan Welch
2017 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
The framework from Arksey and O'Malley was utilized for this study.Results: Two themes have been identified: Technological Support for the Virtual Mentoring Role and Evolving Virtual Mentoring Programs  ...  from two electronic databases using the key words virtual mentoring, e-mentoring, cyber mentoring, online mentoring, tele-mentoring, nursing education, and college or university or higher education.  ...  Future implications for nursing education point to the growth of online nursing programs and the necessity of technological platforms to support virtual mentoring that exists beyond physical boundaries  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v8n3p137 fatcat:qobmsbi7dncdxaskfmklcvq4vq

Experiments in Immersive Virtual Reality for Scientific Visualization

Andries van Dam, David H Laidlaw, Rosemary Michelle Simpson
2002 Computers & graphics  
This article provides a snapshot of immersive virtual reality (IVR) use for scientific visualization, in the context of the evolution of computing in general and of user interfaces in particular.  ...  are producing terabytes and soon even petabytes, both from observation via sensors and as output from numerical simulation.  ...  We also are grateful for the support of our sponsors, including NSF, through the NSF Science and Technology Centre for Computer Graphics and Scientific Visualization (whose members are Brown, Caltech,  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0097-8493(02)00113-9 fatcat:cvhdqfjm35gqtpsuyt5wyw6bly

Understanding Virtual Reality Technology: Advances and Applications [chapter]

Moses Okechukwu, Felista Udoka
2011 Advances in Computer Science and Engineering  
The reduced price/performance ratio has positive implications for hospitals, educational institutions, museums and other organizations where funding of new technologies are often limited.  ...  The most exciting possibilities in terms of education and VR are found as it is implemented in the education of the disabled.  ...  Advances in Computer Science and Engineering The book Advances in Computer Science and Engineering constitutes the revised selection of 23 chapters written by scientists and researchers from all over the  ... 
doi:10.5772/15529 fatcat:omnnnubigzc7lpvil4guhckc3u

Virtual Reality and Space Tourism [chapter]

Katarina Damjanov, David Crouch
2019 Tourism Social Science Series  
Virtual reality technologies have given rise to a new breed of space travel, enabling touring of cosmic environments without leaving the Earth.  ...  The chapter explores the ways in which they alter modes of establishing "authentic" tourism destinations and experiences, rendering outer space into a stage for the performance of space travel, while themselves  ...  Combining educational and entertainment content with the novelty of virtual environments, they contribute to the gradual domestication of outer space and the socialization of its exploration À moving space  ... 
doi:10.1108/s1571-504320190000025007 fatcat:jtzrrpq33fdt5orlecu2hslozi

Virtual Reality: Blessings and Risk Assessment

Ayush Sharma, Piyush Bajpai, Sukhdev Singh, Kiran Khatter
2018 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
and their projects in the VR technology.  ...  Objectives: This paper presents an up-to-date overview of research performed in the Virtual Reality (VR) environment ranging from definitions, its presence in the various fields, and existing market players  ...  In fact in the late 1960 and 1970, the panel-mounted display technology was used in the tele-robotic and tele-operations simulations.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2018/v11i20/112577 fatcat:ba7henyaibfn7ecypxpj2kksna

E-commerce transactions in a virtual environment: virtual transactions

Simon Scarle, Sylvester Arnab, Ian Dunwell, Panagiotis Petridis, Aristidis Protopsaltis, Sara de Freitas
2012 Electronic Commerce Research  
School, for assistance with the economic language of section IX, and 32 Nadja Sither for her assistance with the sections about credit card transactions.  ...  Acknowledgments We would wish to thank Advantage West Midlands, who funded the related "V-Trade Demonstrator" project via the European Regional Development Fund, Mike Walsh, Coventry University Business  ...  The Virtual Environments have become increasingly prevalent within education and training institutions vis-à-vis delivery solutions, as this approach can enable individuals to learn and continuously maintain  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10660-012-9098-4 fatcat:n7h7t3teoray7g5tjx7h3fr5qm

Experiences from the use of a robotic avatar in a museum setting

Maria Roussou, Armin Cremers, Dirk Schulz, Mark Moors, Elias Spirtounias, Mika Marianthi, Vassilis Savvaides, Alexandra Reitelman, Dimitrios Konstantios, Andromachi Katselaki, Panos Trahanias, George Giannoulis (+6 others)
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 conference on Virtual reality, archeology, and cultural heritage - VAST '01  
Specifically, the members of the TOURBOT consortium are: the Foundation for Research and Technology -Hellas, the University of Freiburg, the Foundation of the Hellenic World, the University of Bonn, THEON  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The TOURBOT project is being carried out by a consortium of seven partners, representing technology providers, brokers of technology to museums and end-users/museums.  ...  a technological advancement in a number of areas: interfaces for mobile agent tele-control; navigation technologies; multimedia presentation systems over the Web; virtual tele-presence and tele-visit.  ... 
doi:10.1145/585014.585017 fatcat:4oxrzu5dvreihowmccqdx5gi7i

New Collaborative Organizations and their Research Needs [chapter]

Luis M. Camarinha-Matos
2004 Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations  
A number of mechanisms including a Delphi survey, several focused workshops. pane/s, and regional workshops. were used to collect and synthesize the opinions and recommendations from a large number of  ...  The results of these initiatives are presented in terms of a collection of recommendations. L. M. Camarinha-Matos et al. (eds.), Processes and Foundations for Virtual Organizations  ...  The work described in this paper was funded in part by the European Commission through the 1ST project THINKcreative. The author thanks the collaboration and contributions of all consortium partners.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35704-1_1 fatcat:zm5m36rdcbf53oksh4jgkzro4q

Virtual Reality: Blessings and Risk Assessment [article]

Ayush Sharma, Piyush Bajpai, Sukhdev Singh, Kiran Khatter
2017 arXiv   pre-print
and their projects in the VR technology.  ...  Objectives: This paper presents an up-to-date overview of research performed in the Virtual Reality (VR) environment ranging from definitions, its presence in the various fields, and existing market players  ...  Although any errors are our own, and it should not tarnish the reputations of these esteemed persons.  ... 
arXiv:1708.09540v1 fatcat:u6rcm6olaren5orpz23s2ehv3e

Successful education for AEC professionals: case study of applying immersive game-like virtual reality interfaces

Farzad Pour Rahimian, Tomasz Arciszewski, Jack Goulding
2014 Visualization in Engineering  
Results: Based on these theoretical pillars, a new approach to educating AEC professionals is presented with a proof-of-concept prototype that uses a game-like virtual reality (VR) visualisation interface  ...  The Theory of Successful Intelligence and its three forms of intelligence (Practical, Analytical, and Creative), are supported by lessons learned from the Renaissance, including the Medici Effect and da  ...  The "Successful Education" paradigm (Arciszewski 2009 ) was presented as a new approach for educating AEC professionals was presented, including the concept of a new educational environment; the need  ... 
doi:10.1186/2213-7459-2-4 fatcat:lumdwqy63bcnfbkqr53vt2hr7a

Connecting the World of Healthcare Virtually: A Scoping Review on Virtual Care Delivery

Cindy (Zhirui) Li, Elizabeth M. Borycki, Andre W. Kushniruk
2021 Healthcare  
and the use of virtual reality technology to simulate care environments.  ...  Findings from the scoping review suggest that virtual care encompasses the provision of care using advanced video conferencing technology to support remote care that takes place between patients and providers  ...  Hence, the objective of this research is to explore the world of virtual care and the tools that are specifically designed to be applied to healthcare services.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9101325 pmid:34683005 fatcat:4ox4p5kuzvgd7k6x4wb66lpmxa

Making the most of mobility: virtual mentoring and education practitioner professional development

Hazel D. Owen
2015 Research in Learning Technology  
Virtual mentoring, also known as distance, remote, tele-, cyber- and eMentoring, offers a level of flexibility that enables mentors and mentees to maximise these concepts of mobility.  ...  specifically equated to the virtual nature of the mentoring and access to the online CoP.  ...  Acknowledgements The Virtual PLD (VPLD) initiative was instigated in October 2009 by the eLearning Division at the New Zealand Ministry of Education, who also funded the project.  ... 
doi:10.3402/rlt.v23.25566 fatcat:tc2xwfwvyrbyxfdf4pgh7lz4ra
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