Building a technology toolkit: Application of technology in a graduate nursing program
Kirsty Digger, DNS and Cheryle G. Levitt, PhD, School of Nursing, State University of New York, Delhi College of Technology, Delhi, New York, USA
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Faculty developing a new graduate nursing program took a collective approach toward significant educational technology integration into an innovative graduate nursing education curriculum. Examples of specific educational technologies and how they are applied to a variety of learning assignments are shared.
44th Biennial Convention 2017 Theme: Influence Through Action: Advancing Global Health, Nursing, and Midwifery.
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Technology Nursing Curricula
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Using the TPACK model to increase digital skills and pedagogy in graduate nursing education students Levitt, Cheryle G.; Digger, Kirsty; Lewis, Mary Patricia (2016-07-13)Session presented on Sunday, July 24, 2016: Purpose: As 21st century teaching and learning occurs in multiple and diverse environments and is directed towards multi-generational learners, educators must be skilled in the ...
Building scholarship: Graduate nursing research skills strengthened by technology Levitt, Cheryle G. (2017-10-10)Graduate nursing research content includes advanced skills of synthesis and application of evidence to clinical practice. Technology, integrated into pedagogy and research content, can promote increased student comfort, ...
Infusing emerging technologies into graduate-level pathophysiology Winters, Nancy; Digger, Kirsty (2017-10-10)Educational technology tools have been found to improve student engagement and interactivity. The integration of concept mapping and emerging medical technologies in an online advanced pathophysiology course enhanced student ...
Using a bluetooth connected stethoscope: New technology teaching auscultatory skills in nursing students Digger, Kirsty; Palmer, Landa (2017-09-28)This presentation demonstrates a Bluetooth connected stethoscope used in a study focused on teaching auscultatory skills. The stethoscope allows wireless connectivity to mobile devices with a host of features for playback ...
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