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A systematic review of the effectiveness of videoconference-based tele-education for medical and nursing education.
BACKGROUND: Rural nurses and doctors typically have little opportunity to further their education and training. Studies have shown high participant satisfaction with the use of educational technology, such as videoconferencing, ...
A survey of University Students' Perceptions of Learning Management Systems in a Low-Resource Setting using a Technology Acceptance Model
(Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc., 2015)
Learning management systems have been widelyadvocated for the support of distance learning. Inlow-resource settings, the uptake of these systemsby students has been mixed. This study aimed to dentify, through the use of ...
A survey of university students' perceptions of learning management systems in a low-resource setting using a technology acceptance model
(Wolters Kluwer Health Inc, 2015)
Learning management systems have been widely advocated for the support of distance learning. In low-resource settings, the uptake of these systems by students has been mixed. This study aimed to identify, through the use ...
The use of synchronous videoconferencing teaching to increase access to specialist nurse education in rural Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa
ABSTRACT: In KwaZulu-Natal more than 50% of the population lives in the rural area but most of the health workers are based in urban centres where teaching hospitals and high incomes are common. Nursing provides the backbone ...
Informal mobile learning in nurse education and practice in remote areas-a case study from rural South Africa
BACKGROUND: With the proliferation of portable digital technology, mobile learning is becoming increasingly popular in nursing education and practice. Most of the research in this field has been concentrated on small-scale ...