A Synthesis of Digital Resources for Pathology

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  • 5 stars

    Although this could not replace an entire Pathology course, we give it a full 5 stars for the excellent slide bank and clinical cases. There are quizzes for each topic that are also very helpful for students. Access to the course lecture videos and student handouts is blocked, but if access was granted this has potential to replace a Pathology course. 

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  • 5 stars

    This online lecture series is free and can be accessed on YouTube as well. Lectures can be viewed online or downloaded in mp4 format. The lectures are comprehensive but somewhat slow so they perform better as initial lectures on the topics and not review sessions. The resource does not have any testing material or non-video content. Also needs corresponding text book material.

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  • 4 stars

    This resource is a free with images, explanations, and interactive exams. The content on the website is easy to navigate and well organized. It could be a significant aid to faculty teaching, and students learning, pathology. This could not replace any portion of a lab.

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  • 3 stars

    This resource might be used as self-study materials for students. It does not have any videos or testing material. However, it is free and includes good pictures with interactive labels.

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  • 3 stars

    While this online atlas is free and includes a variety of pictures, it does not include any videos, teaching material, or testing material, and therefore cannot substitute a pathology lab course. The slide bank could be used to help faculty create lecture material.

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  • 2 stars

    This series of PowerPoint slides in a PDF format is free and well organized. However, the website does not have any videos, testing material or any other interactive features. Also many of the slides are missing key pictures, so the content is not comprehensive. It does not offer any additional information, apart from the content on the slides.

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  • 1 star

    This resource is free and well organized, however, content is not comprehensive. It does not include any videos, exams or interactive features.

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  • 1 star

    This resource is free and could be used to supplement learning or as an independent study guide. The layout of the website is not appealing and it is not easy to navigate.

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  • 1 star

    This resource is free and the topics are well organized. However, lecture notes are only available for a limited number of topics. Slides do not have any supplementary explanations, Also, there is no testing material.

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  • zero stars

    This resource is expensive and content evaluation was limited to the trial version. Because of the cost and the fact that the material is limited to hematopatholgy this would not be a useful resource for faculty or students.

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  • zero stars

    Not resource was not intended for students. This is a collection pathology presentations at national meetings.

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  • zero stars

    This resource provides no testing material, no lecture material, no cases, and requires login to access the slide banks. Not recommended.

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  • zero stars

    While this resource is free, the content is not structured. There are no lectures, slides or exams. Students can post questions on pathology which are then displayed on the blog with answers.

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