7th March 2012, 4.15pmGMT / 11.15amEST / 8.15amPST / 5.15pmCET
PathXLTM Tutor allows users to create and manage digital slides and other content, publish online, share and view from anywhere in the world.
Customers include The London Deanery, The Pathological Society of Great Britain & Ireland, University of Giessen, Royal Liverpool University Hospital and Queen's University Belfast.
Dr Stephen McCullough, Queen's University Belfast
Learn how you can build online teaching modules for large groups of students and trainees, incorporating virtual slides, X-ray images, gross images and other multimedia. Test students and trainees using PathXL Online Test.
No Digital Scanner? No problem! We have virtual slide catalogues covering a wide range of human and animal pathology, histology and cytology. The digital slides can be pre-loaded to your account. This means you can immediately start to build modules and use the pre-loaded slides as cases.
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