Perceived sense of community, cognitive engagement, and learning outcomes among undergraduate nursing students enrolled in an internet-based learning course.

@article{Seckman2014PerceivedSO,
  title={Perceived sense of community, cognitive engagement, and learning outcomes among undergraduate nursing students enrolled in an internet-based learning course.},
  author={Charlotte A. Seckman},
  journal={Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN},
  year={2014},
  volume={32 10},
  pages={
          482-9; quiz 490-1
        }
}
Internet-based learning environments are a popular instructional delivery method that provides flexibility, easy access, convenience, and self-directed learning. There is concern that Internet-based learning creates a loss of community and lacks the power to fully engage the student, leading to negative learning outcomes. This descriptive, correlational study evaluated the relationship among a perceived sense of community, cognitive engagement, and learner outcomes among undergraduate nursing… CONTINUE READING
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