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Team a may_2011_-_presentation

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Team a may_2011_-_presentation

  1. 1. Sarah Priore, RN, BSNPatricia Ramsey-Macomber, RN MSN Ramsey Macomber RN, Sue Trimboli, RN, BSN Christina Ulrich, RN, BSN
  2. 2.  How to integrate technology into classrooms What to integrate: Distance Learning PDA’s Virtual Simulations
  3. 3.  What types of technology may be used Distance Learning Laptop computers PDA’s Virtual realities Simulations
  4. 4.  Survey of students and faculties comfort with technology Training for those that are computer illiterate g p Support for those using technology in classroom Large initial investment and tech support Keeping current on new technology p g gy
  6. 6. Second Life
  7. 7. Another World Exists
  8. 8. Reproduction of eventsNear Representation of an Actual Event
  9. 9.  Calongne, C. M., (2008). Educational frontiers: Learning in a virtual world. EDUCAUSE Review, 43, (5). Retrieved from http://www.educause.edu/EDUCAUSE+ReviewEDUCAUSE review Hopper, K., Hendricks, R., (2008). Technology Integration in the College Classroom. Educational Technology 10-17. Jones, D., Wolf, D., (2010). Shaping the Future of Nursing Education T d U i Distant Education and T h l Ed i Today Using Di Ed i d Technology The ABFN Journal 44-47. Learning Technologies: 7 things you should know about Second Life R t i d f S d Lif Retreived from http://www.educause.edu/ELI/EDUCAUSELearningInitiative ELI/LearningTechnologies5672
  10. 10.  Ryan, M., Carlton, K., Nagia, S., (2004). Reflections on the Role of Faculty in Distance Learning And Changing Pedagogies. Nursing Education Perspectives, 25 (2) 73-80. Simpson, R L (2003) Simpson R., L., (2003). Welcome to the virtual classroom: How Technology is transforming nursing education in the 21st century. Nursing Administration Quarterly, 27, (1), 83-86. Skiba, D. J., (2009). Nursing d Skib D J (2009) N i education 2 0 A second l k at i 2.0: d look second life. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30 (2), 129-131. Farrell, M. (2008). Use of handheld computers in clinical nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education, 47(1), 13-19. White, A., Allen, P., Goodwin, L.,Breckinridge, D., Dowell, J., & Rian G. (2005). Infusing PDA Tecnology into nursing education. Nurse Educator (30)4, 1-5.
  11. 11.  Dreifuerst, K.T. (2009). The essentials of debriefing in simulation learning: A concept analysis. Nursing Education Perspectives, 30(2), 109-114. Jensen, R., Meyer, L. & Sternberger, C. (2009). Three technological enhancements in nursing education: Informatics instruction, personal response systems, and human patient simulation. Nursing Education in Practice, 9, 86-90. 86 90 Rothgeb, M.K. (2008). Creating a nursing simulation laboratory: A literature review. Journal of Nursing Education, 47(11), 489 494 47(11) 489-494. Tuoriniemi, P. & Schott-Baer, D. (2008). Implementing a high-fidelity simulation program in a community college setting. setting Nursing Education Perspectives, 29(2), 105-109. Perspectives 29(2) 105 109