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T his study evaluates the effectiveness of delivering the core curriculum of an introductory neuroscience course using a software application referred to as a virtual learning interface (VLI). The performance of students in a virtual learning environment (VLE) 1 is compared with that of students in a conventional lecture hall in which the same lecturer presented the same material. This study was not designed to determine whether grades are improved by augmenting a lecture with otherdoi:10.1152/advances.2000.23.1.s59 pmid:10902528 fatcat:e3oibjbqt5brpn5ojvdf7orbhq