Educating in the virtual environment: Mentoring leads to success during COVID-19: SigmaCast, Episode 5
Other Title(s)SigmaCast Episode 5
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Original PublisherSigma Theta Tau International
Date of Publication2020-04-29
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This episode we will be discussing how to convert a face to face course into an online or virtual course.
Host: Matthew S. Howard, DNP, RN, CEN, CPEN, CPN: Director of Scholarship Resources, Sigma
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- Guest Speakers - Naomi Tutticci, RN, BN, GCAP, Master Ed. Studies, PhD, FHEA, Unit Coordinator NSB 355 & Sessional Academic Coordinator at Queensland University of Technology; Heidi Johnson-Anderson, EdD, MSN, RN, Course Instructor in the College of Health Professions at Western Governors University; Lois Marshall, PhD, RN. Length: 31 Minutes. Filename: Education_in_Virtual_Environment.
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