Practice of anatomy and histology in medical school has been adapted to the context of online education related to the health crisis. Combining “practice” and “distance” was not trivial. This digital transition has been facilitated by the use of tools such as the MOOC dedicated to histology and medical imagery integrated in thoughtful pedagogical scenarios. Near peer teaching and the adaptation of the evaluation methods made it possible to correct educational support of activities previously organized in presence and to maintain the pedagogical alignment.
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Quatresooz, P., Bonnet, P., Radermecker, M., Weatherspoon, A., Pesesse, L., Comblain, F., Vandenbosch, R., Pirotte, M., Dernier, A., Nizet, C., Walhin, N., & Defaweux, V. (2021). Travaux pratiques d’anatomie et d’histologie à distance. International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 18(1), 184-193. https://doi.org/10.18162/ritpu-2021-v18n1-16