Cybergames are instructive and entertaining tests. Questions are presented either randomly or according to individual selection. You get feedback, sometimes nasty comments and can print the results at the end of each session.
Derma Vegas (available in English, German, and French)
Recognize clinical pictures and other findings; random or according to your individual choice of topics. Get feedback at the end of each session.
Derma Puzzle (available in English, German, and French)
Allocate clinical pictures and findings to the differential diagnoses presented. Select random mode or your topics of choice. At the end of each session you get feedback with annotations and can print the results.
Save your skin (available in English, German, and French)
Get ready for your examination with the Save Your Skin-game in 3 levels and against time, alone or with another student. You may select MC-questions from topics of your choice or let them appear randomly. At the end of each session you get feedback and can print the results.
The Dermoscopy Trainer aims to improve your ability to detect suspicious skin lesions from dermoscopic images. The suspicious lesions have a diagnosis of melanoma while the harmless lesion have a diagnosis of nevus. All the diagnoses were confirmed by histopathology.
The tool is based on the research project of doctoral student Nadja Beeler.
The Professorship for Learning Sciences and Higher Education (LSE) at ETH Zürich handles the development of this project.