Evaluating the Use of Streaming Video To Support Student Learning in a First-Year Life Sciences Course for Student Nurses
Sue M. Green, David Voegeli, Maureen Harrison, Jackie Phillips, Jess Knowles, Mike Weaver, Kerry Shepard
Nurse Education Today Volume 23, Number 4, ISSN 0260-6917
Nursing students (n=656) used streaming videos on immune, endocrine, and neurological systems using Blackboard software. Of students who viewed all three, 32% found access easy, 59% enjoyed them, and 25% felt very confident in their learning. Results were consistent across three different types and embedding methods. Technical and access problems hindered use. (Contains 19 references.) (SK)
Green, S.M., Voegeli, D., Harrison, M., Phillips, J., Knowles, J., Weaver, M. & Shepard, K. (2003). Evaluating the Use of Streaming Video To Support Student Learning in a First-Year Life Sciences Course for Student Nurses. Nurse Education Today, 23(4), 255.
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