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CRIME provides leadership in the development, evaluation and utilization of technology in medical education through a collaborative grass-roots community of educators and technologists.

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2017 Goals

  1. Launch a new online presence and community for CRIME.
  2. Organize a consortium of medical schools to represent a voice with medical educational technology vendors and lead a charge for standardization and interoperability.
  3. Establish a CRIME library for the sharing and collection of educational technology resources.
  4. Update the CRIME systems catalog.

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About

Since 1988, CRIME has provided leadership in the development, evaluation and utilization of technology in medical education through a collaborative grass-roots community of educators and technologists.

Computer Resources in Medical Education (CRIME) is a group of educational technologists from Western Region US and Canadian medical schools. CRIME membership is limited to those from WGEA member institutions.

CRIME Boss:
Julie Youm, PhD, University of California, Irvine School of Medicine
jyoum@uci.edu

CRIME Boss-Elect:
Pauline Becker, MA, Stanford University
paulinebecker@stanford.edu

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