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Ownership and attitudes towards technology use in physiotherapy students from seven countries
PURPOSE: To assess differences in prerequisites to blended learning such as technology use and Internet access in an international sample of physiotherapy students from Bangladesh, Belgium, Brazil, Luxembourg, Sudan, ...
Undergraduate nurses reflections on Whatsapp use in improving primary health care education
Background: The global use of mobile devices with their connectivity capacity, and integrated with the affordances of social media networks, provides a resource-rich platform for innovative student-directed learning ...
The potential of authentic learning and emerging technologies for developing graduate attributes
(Unisa Press, 2014)
Graduate attributes, such as critical thinking and problem-solving in real-world contexts, are increasingly being recognised as crucial for students to develop in higher education for employability and critical citizenship. ...
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 ...