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Stanford School of Medicine E-Book Pilots

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Abstract

To investigate the rapidly growing field of e-books, Stanford School of Medicine piloted the development and use of e-books in two residency programs. The project focused on the authoring and publishing processes as well as the response of the residents who were to be the eventual users. Residents who used the surgery residency e-book found it overall to be useful and would recommend it to other residents, though the authoring process leaves much to be desired and file format standards are fragmented.

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