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Journal of Professional Nursing Vol. 17, No. 3 (2001) pp. 128–34
Web-based instruction in graduate nursing courses was built on learner-centered and adult learning philosophies and interaction at several points: precourse, course start-up, course maintenance, and course closure. Students were relatively satisfied,...
Beyond Correspondence, Video Conferencing, and Voice Mail: Internet-Based Master's Degree Courses in Nursing
Karen Wambach; Diane Boyle; Julia Hagemaster; Cynthia Teel; Barbara Langner; Patricia Fazzone; Helen Connors; Carol Smith; Sarah Forbes
Journal of Nursing Education Vol. 38, No. 6 (1999) pp. 267–71
Describes Internet-based nursing-education courses offered by the University of Kansas, which are based on learner-centered, constructivist principles; flexibility; and methods to overcome temporal and physical barriers. (SK)