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The open educational resource (OER) movement has the potential to have a truly transformative effect on higher education, but in order to do so it must move into the mainstream and facilitate widespread participation in the sharing or creating of resources and in their reuse. To help in this process, experience can be gained from projects and initiatives… (More)
BACKGROUND Students regard biological science as one of the most difficult components of the nursing curriculum. However, a good understanding of this area is essential for effective nursing practice. The aim of this study was to explore nursing students' perceptions of the usefulness of supplementary biology podcasts for their learning. METHODS… (More)
The University of Nottingham introduced a new undergraduate nursing degree programme in 2012 that aims to develop nurses who are resilient, innovative, able to empower service users and provide compassionate care.
A research and nursing development initiative group consisting of health lecturers and lecturer practitioners set out to evaluate how learners and teachers felt about the introduction of an enquiry based learning (EBL) approach to education. Five focus groups, teachers (1 group) post-registration students (1 group) and pre-registration diploma students (3… (More)