Internet teaching methods for use in baccalaureate nursing education

Amy J Chaffin, Cleborne D Maddux
Computers, Informatics, Nursing: CIN 2004, 22 (3): 132-42; quiz 143-4
The advent of technology has had a profound influence on nursing education. As an example, use of the Internet is continually gaining importance. The Internet allows students to learn in a classroom, via distance education, or at home. Many nurse educators now adapt traditional content with ease, using alternative teaching methods that integrate Internet technology. In this article, a variety of alternative adaptations are considered. Focused on baccalaureate nursing education, this article presents a limited review and critique of the literature regarding successful use of the Internet.

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