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Facilitation of the development of blended e-learning model for nursing education in a resource-constrained educational setting in Nigeria.

@inproceedings{Ayandiran2016FacilitationOT,
  title={Facilitation of the development of blended e-learning model for nursing education in a resource-constrained educational setting in Nigeria.},
  author={Emmanuel Olufemi Ayandiran},
  year={2016}
}
E-learning is gaining an educational foothold all over the world. Although its growth has been phenomenal, evidence abounds that many educational institutions in resource-constrained environments are yet to take advantage of its transformative potential on the teaching and learning process. This paper reports the preliminary findings of the need assessment cycle of an educational action research geared towards building a blended e-learning model for a resource-constrained setting. The study… 

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