New CME Architecture Aims to Enable Better Learning

New CME Architecture Aims to Enable Better Learning

ArcheMedX is a learning architecture created to both strengthen and simplify the learning process by helping learners take better notes, build in reminders so they can reflect on what they learn over time, search for further information to help them integrate learning into practice, and collaborate with faculty and other learners to validate their perspectives on the information.

“There’s an assumption that continuing medical education providers tend to make—we have all made it—that learners know what to do with the information they gather during continuing medical education activities, that learners know how to learn efficiently,” says Medical Meetings columnist, research scientist, and educational technologist Brian S. McGowan, PhD. “W

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