Nursing students' adjustment to a new phenomenon

Catherine D Hall, Adebisi O Fabayo
Journal of National Black Nurses' Association: JNBNA 2006, 17 (2): 24-9
The purpose of this article is to examine how undergraduate nursing students are adjusting to the Web learning environment. By learning how these students are adjusting to the Web environment, the Web can be tailored to meet their needs. The article examined how the nursing students felt about their access to the Web environment, their interactions with faculty and peers, their overall experience in the Web environment, and the Web course itself. The findings from this study were that the undergraduate nursing students had a positive experience in the Web environment. Suggestions made by the students included providing technical support during evening hours and having someone on call to address technical issues during this time. The students also suggested more or different office hours on the Web for the instructors and the utilization of chat rooms to provide support and answer questions.

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