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ABSTRACT: Asynchronous discussion: a comparison of larger and smaller discussion group size.

Abstract AIM: To explore the effect of size and strategy on asynchronous discussions (AD) in a small baccalaureate nursing program. BACKGROUND: As the prevalence of e-learning increases in nursing education, the use of AD as a learning strategy will increase. Because the AD can be engaging, group size should be considered to enhance learning. METHOD: Descriptive,

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Cohorts Provided Latest in Social Learning and Instructional Technologies

CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE TO OFFER CERTIFICATE IN LUNG CANCER DECISION‐MAKING MILLSTONE Township, NJ (January 31, 2013) ‐ Oncology Learning Network (OLN), an initiative of North American Center for Continuing Education (NACCME), announces the development of “Decision‐making in Non‐small Cell Lung Cancer,” a 14‐week, web‐based continuing education initiative for health professionals who care for non‐small cell lung cancer
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