Unified Nursing Research, Midwifery & Women’s Health Journal
Volume 1, Issue 1, June 2020, Pages: 46-53
Received: Mar. 17, 2020; Accepted: Apr. 17, 2020; Published: Apr. 27, 2020
Authors: H. R.Alanazi, Saudi Arabia
In the information era of the 21st century, nurse educators must acknowledge that the benefits of technology are accompanied by challenges, which are apparent in both the clinical and classroom settings. Teaching and learning are no longer confined to the classroom or the school day. There are many technologies that can offer a great deal of flexibility in when, where, and how education is delivered. The responsibility of nursing educators is to teach the students to become discriminating users of information technology. Considering these constant and rapid changes, it is critical that learners in the health care area be taught with the latest knowledge and keep pace with up to date information. In response to these environmental and informational changes, there should be appropriate changes in information delivery strategies by health care educational institutions.
Keywords: traditional learning; e-learning; knowledge retention, skills
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