Designing web-based education courses for nurses

Lioba Howatson-Jones
Nursing Standard 2004 November 24, 19 (11): 41-4
Maintaining lifelong learning in health care with its diversity and pressure on resources requires creative solutions to meet the needs of learners and organisations. As technology has evolved, web-based learning has been viewed as one solution. This article discusses the increasing use of online courses and activities in nursing education. It concludes that further research into what nurses want from web-based learning may better inform course design and the development of other web-based educational resources.

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