Is Web-based Learning Effective in Preparing a Nursing Graduate to Meet Competency Objectives in the Nursing Profession: Faculty’s Perspective

Posted on: August 18th, 2021 by Sherry 1 Comment

How do you as nursing faculty feel about online clinical teaching? Is it an effective method for teaching clinical competencies? How about clinical reasoning skills?
You are invited to participate in a research study designed to investigate nursing faculty use of technology and the impact of on-line learning and clinical instruction. Participation involves taking a brief survey that takes 7-9 minutes. Your responses will provide important insights into the impact of online learning and priorities for nursing education. Your participation in the survey is completely anonymous and confidential. No personal identifiable information will be associated with your responses.
Please click on the link below to go to the survey website (or copy the link into your Internet browser) to take the survey and/or for additional information and contact information for the study investigator.
Kindest regards,
Sherry Dial, EdD (c), MSN, RN

One Response

  1. Hello,
    I am not involved in a teaching role but I was a nursing student during the beginning of the pandemic. When the quarantine started in 2020, I was about to start Critical Care. It was increasingly difficult to learn Critical Care concepts through zoom. However for other courses, such as public health, it was easier to learn through an online format. I believe that online learning can be beneficial in the future of nursing, but it would vary from course to course.

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