Nursing students’ perceptions of student-to-faculty and faculty-to-student incivility in the online learning environment
Review TypeNone: Degree-based Submission
Repository Posting Date2020-10-06T17:38:02Z
Author(s)Lull, Rachel E.
Author DetailsDr. Rachel E. Lull, DNP, MSN, RN, CMSRN
Lead Author AffliationAmerican Sentinel University, Aurora, Colorado, USA
DNP Capstone Project
Tool, Instrument, Measurement
Level of EvidenceCross-Sectional
Research ApproachQualitative Research
Throughout this research, incivility in nursing education has been examined, with a specific focus on the online environment. Incivility in nursing education has been widely researched in the traditional classroom, but limited research has been conducted to examine the occurrences and types of incivility in the online learning environment. With vast differences between the traditional classroom and the online classroom, it is essential to develop an enhanced understanding of these behaviors as perceived by the student. Student perceptions were gathered from graduate nursing students enrolled in at least one online course at a one Midwestern, private, faith-based university. The Incivility in the Online Learning Environment (IOLE) survey developed by Dr. Cynthia Clark was used to answer the question: In students who are actively enrolled in one school of nursing and who are taking at least one online course, what are their perceptions of faculty-to-student and student-to-faculty incivility in the online learning environment. Results of this study can be used to contribute to guiding faculty development through education of incivility and promotion of civil behaviors.
Degree GrantorAmerican Sentinel University
Conference NameSigma Theta Tau Psi Upsilon Research Symposium
Conference HostPsi Upsilon Chapter, Sigma Theta Tau International
Conference LocationSalt Lake City, Utah, USA
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