These books are provided on CDs/DVDs and also on internet for interactive
learning. When their CDs are installed, they function either as internet
TIEB with connection via modems or as CD TIEB with interaction via the CD on
your computer. They provide superior means of learning and checking out
items on the books by links (e.g. electronic dictionaries), using mainly the
learning theory and their main learning resource is the Electronic
School of Medicine [www.oluwoleogunranti.com
] and Human Anatomy Museum Jos [www.hamj.org].
Check How to use totally interactive electronic
They also provide a moving virtual library which can be
connected via links to stupendous books and papers on the web and elsewhere.
This virtual library can contain over a million papers in a single TIEB book
to include links to videos, audios, telemedicine ,
picture display engines ,
Tissue diagnostic,,Search engines,
Quiz engines to include
Grades only quizzes,, Grades and answers
quizzes,, Hypertexted study
CAT scan sectors,MRI sectors,
Operators Virtual patients,
Clinical examiners such as
Repiratory rate takers,,
Light inspectors,,Examiner's inspectors),
Percussors (Hand percussor,
Auscultators (Mouse auscultator,
Learning theory assists the reader to pick his/her personalized approaches
to learning and all known approaches are presented in the books to include
visual (video, image etc),
auditory (audio) and
kinesthetic (mouse touch)
It also takes care of
electronic media (CD, internet) are the actual [electronic, soft, etc] books, while the hard copies
are the literature of the electronic books. Electronic books are the actual
material marketed while the hard copies simply provide companionship and may
be useful and handy for reading small parts of the book.
1. Electronic Medicine and Medical Education.
Journal of Medicine in the
Tropics 2008: 10 (2):
2. Web based Integrated Procedural electronic medicine (IPEM) and
Medical Teacher 31 (6) 562, 2009.