EduCAST: bringing learning to life

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EduCAST offers an alternative way of teaching orthopaedic residents’ by offering the syllabus as a documentary style film with cinematic effects, rather than a static textbook or module. Led by Drs. Amit Atrey and Zhenhua Xu, this project will use theories from self-regulated learning to investigate whether and how users integrate EduCAST into their personal learning plans.

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