NUR-621 Instructional Technology for Nurse Educators

Open only to RNs with a BSN degree or higher.

This course is designed to provide learners with the information and learning experiences they need to use Web- and non-Web-based instructional technologies and learning management applications in educational practice. The learners knowledge of instructional design, learning theory, curriculum design and evaluation strategies are integrated components of the course.

Advisory: Completion of NUR-630-NG Theoretical Foundations and Instructional Strategies in Nursing Education, NUR-700-NG Curriculum Theory and Development in Nursing Education and NUR-710-NG Testing, Assessment and Evaluation or the equivalent are required to be successful in NUR-621-NG Instructional Technology for Nurse Educators. Students are responsible for having acquired this knowledge prior to registering for NUR-621-NG.

Study Methods:

Semester Hours: 3

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