Online Health Science Education: Development and Implementation
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Online Health Science Education: Development & Implementation is written by Nalini Jairath, PhD, RN, and Mary Etta Mills, Sc.D., RN., with contributions from experts in the field of online education, including: Barbara Covington, PhD, RN, Shelly Jordon, BS, Michael Maranda, PhD, Dorothea McDowell, PhD, RN, Ann Mech, JD, RN, Lyn Stankiewicz Murphy, MS, MBA, RN, Sanjoy Svithramma, MS, Deborah Shpritz, PhD, RN, Debra Spunt, MS, RN, and Nola Stair, MBA.
The authors preface the book with the underlying assumption that online education is a viable alternative to face-to-face methods of teaching healthcare. They have designed the book to help health science faculty develop, implement and evaluate online education at the programmatic and individual course levels. Each section begins with a list of learner objectives and key definitions, and ends with learning activities that support creative applications of new strategies and concepts. Numerous relevant web citations, journals and books are referenced at the end of each chapter.
Medicine and Health Sciences
Online Education, Healthcare, Teaching, Viable Alternative, Programmatic, Individual
Holub, Peter George BA, BS, MS, DPM, EdS, Ph.D., "Online Health Science Education: Development and Implementation" (2018). Department of Health Sciences Faculty Articles. 212.