The Use of Asynchronous Audio Feedback With Online RN-BSN Students
Julie E. London, PhD, RN, CNE, School of Nursing, SUNY Delhi, Delhi, New York, USA
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Many learning management systems now have the ability for instructors to reply to students using audio feedback in online asynchronous discussions. This presentation will discuss the use of audio rather than text feedback to promote an online sense of community.
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