Nursing Review

“Health training is about to take a great leap forward with the launch of a virtual learning laboratory that pools a huge amount of data and learning tools.

Four Australian universities and a number of peak medical bodies have banded together to create a world-first model for healthcare education that allows students to access up-to-date knowledge using next-generation technology. The $4.5 million Biomedical Education Skills and Training (BEST) Network, which was launched in October, is an intelligent online learning system that includes a cloud-based repository of learning tools and resources. It is built on the adaptive learning platform Smart Sparrow which was invented at the University of NSW and is used in hundred of tertiary-level courses in Australia and the US.”

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