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International Journal of Morphology
versión On-line ISSN 0717-9502
BUCAREY A, Sandra; ARAYA A, Erick; CABEZAS O, Ximena y ALVAREZ G, Luis. Anatomy Contents in Learning Designs Displayed in LAMS and Integrated to Moodle. Int. J. Morphol. [online]. 2011, vol.29, n.2, pp.363-370. ISSN 0717-9502. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0717-95022011000200009.
This work relates to the experience of using LAMS in e-learning learning processes in the area of Health Sciences. This work was developed for the target subject matter of Human Liver Anatomy, following educational standards and the necessary methodologies to create Learning Designs (LD) and high-quality, interoperable, educational resources.The Institute of Anatomy, Histology, and Pathology was in charge of the design and implementation of the Learning Objects (LOs) in Liver Anatomy (using Macromedia Flash), while the Informatics Institute was in charge of the administration and processing of the pedagogical resource, integrating a specialist (LAMS and Moodle) for learning design and management. LAMS was used to create learning activities based on a Moodle integrated LD, as part of a medical students course. The satisfaction questionnaire applied tothese students showed that nearly 70% of them considered the activities and objectives to be comprehensible and at the right level of detail, the evaluations to be coherent with the subject matter of the course, and in their opinion there was collaborative learning. Likewise, 67% assured that they would use a lesson plan in this modality again, and only 33% said they would do it occasionally.
Palabras clave : Learning Designs; Learning Objects; Human Anatomy; LAMS; Moodle.