Graduate Nursing Students' Precourse and Postcourse Perceptions and Preferences Concerning Completely Web-Based Courses
Journal of Nursing Education Volume 41, Number 5, ISSN 0022-3158
Attitudes of nursing students in required (n=31) and elective (n=29) online courses were favorable both before and after courses. Preferences for online or classroom format remained stable; most preferred online. Those in elective courses were slightly more favorable, perhaps because of their high-stakes nature and students' first-year status. (SK)
Wills, C.E. & Stommel, M. (2002). Graduate Nursing Students' Precourse and Postcourse Perceptions and Preferences Concerning Completely Web-Based Courses. Journal of Nursing Education, 41(5), 193-201.
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