Nursing Faculty’s Evaluations of Technology Integration into the Instructional Setting

  title={Nursing Faculty’s Evaluations of Technology Integration into the Instructional Setting},
  author={W. W. H. Yu and Jenny Wang and Chunfu Charlie Lin},
A descriptive and correctional research was conducted to assess teachers’ perceived expertise in using word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation software applications to facilitate instruction in various nursing subjects. The participants were 313 fulland part-time teachers who taught primarily undergraduate classes and possessed necessary knowledge and skills in seven (7) specialized areas in nursing practices, including Fundamental Nursing, Clinical Medicine, Internal Medicine/Surgery… CONTINUE READING


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