Faculty perceptions of teaching on television: one school's experience.

@article{Billings1994FacultyPO,
  title={Faculty perceptions of teaching on television: one school's experience.},
  author={Diane M Billings and J D Durham and Linda R Finke and Donna Boland and Sheila Smith and Bertram Manz},
  journal={Journal of professional nursing : official journal of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing},
  year={1994},
  volume={10 5},
  pages={307-12}
}
Videoteleconferencing (or teaching on television) represents a means of growing importance for distant learners to gain greater access to nursing education. Research has identified a number of key issues for nurse educators to consider related to videoteleconferencing: teaching/evaluation strategies, faculty workload, rewards and incentives, and support structures. The authors conducted an evaluation survey using a case study approach aimed at describing the perceptions of a convenience sample… CONTINUE READING

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