Interdisciplinary collaboration: an effective approach for developing web-based courses
Graduate School of Nursing; Information Services
*Cooperative Behavior; *Curriculum; Education, Continuing; Education, Nursing; *Internet; Program Evaluation
Nursing faculty often perceive that developing Web-based distance education courses is very time consuming, while others believe they lack the necessary pedagogical skills. This article describes an interdisciplinary collaborative approach to developing a Web-based distance education course in an academic health science center. This strategy effectively supported faculty in learning new skills and resulted in a highly satisfying experience for faculty and students.
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Citation: Comput Inform Nurs. 2005 Nov-Dec;23(6):308-13; quiz 314-5.
Parker, Elaine Barber; Riza, Lyn; Tierney, Shirley J.; and Barrett, Andrea M., "Interdisciplinary collaboration: an effective approach for developing web-based courses" (2005). Graduate School of Nursing Publications and Presentations. 18.