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Applying Non-synchronized E-learning to the Nursing Clinical Ladder System

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Applying Non-synchronized E-learning to the Nursing Clinical Ladder System
The time and spatial constraints of face-to-face learning often affect nursing staff’s inclination to enroll in ladder system training classes. Hence, their competence in clinical care may be unable to meet the requirements of the hospitals they work at. The e-learning mechanism offers a way to overcome such constraints. However, the differences in learners’ achievement and satisfaction between traditional face-to-face and non-synchronized e-learning classes in the nursing clinical ladder system have not been thoroughly investigated. In this study, 155 nursing personnel serving at the case hospital, enrolled in N1/N2 ladder courses, were invited to participate as the subjects. The results showed that those who attended face-to-face learning classes reported higher satisfaction but achieved less in class than those in the e-learning class. The factors which influence the subjects’ satisfaction with e-learning were investigated and summarized. Keywords Non-synchronized e-learning ....
Li-Jung Leu, Hsueh-Chih Liao, I-Chiu Chang, Zhi-Yu
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Updated 28 Jan 2011
Type Journal
Year 2010
Where JMS
Authors Li-Jung Leu, Hsueh-Chih Liao, I-Chiu Chang, Zhi-Yuan Su
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