Strategies for success in online learning

Shirley W Cantrell, Patricia O'Leary, Karen S Ward
Nursing Clinics of North America 2008, 43 (4): 547-55, vi
The nursing and nursing faculty shortages have created a greater need for effective online learning strategies. Today's learners require the flexibility offered by online learning, but only when well grounded in sound teaching-learning principles. This article describes strategies for online learning designed to keep the needs of today's learners in mind. These strategies are focused on the resolution of technology problems as well as the learning process.

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