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tutorial

[t(y)o̅o̅tôr′ē·əl]
Etymology: L, tueri, to look with care
a form of instruction in which the student is guided step-by-step through the application of knowledge to a clinical situation or computer application.

tutorial

A teaching format for education in the UK, including graduate medical education, in which the teacher and student(s) discuss a specific topic. It normally involves some preparation by students.

tutorial

Dialogue Education An exercise which attempts to emulate a teacher/student interaction; tutorials typically arrange and present information in a meaningful fashion, foster interaction through appropriate objective and subjective questions, process various responses and provide feedback
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When we have used GotS tutorials as part of a librarian-facilitated lab, we have found that students often stay to review the emailed posttest feedback before leaving the lab.
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While I tried to give this reminder during our fifty-minute tutorials as well, I found that this reminder--more than anything else--helped ease the shock of the short-time tutorial being as short as it is.
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