Decreasing transactional distance in a Web-based course
NLM Title Abbreviation
DOI of Published Version
The Horizon Wimba online Web-conferencing voice system was used to facilitate dialogue and decrease transactional distance in a Web-based course. Small-group (< or =6)discussion sessions were held and addressed topics pertinent to clinical practice. Students were asked to evaluate the synchronous voice discussion groups via a Flashlight survey at the end of the semester. Anecdotal and survey responses indicated that discussion groups increased dialogue between faculty and students.
Communication, Education, Distance/methods, Education, Nursing, Humans, Software, United States, User-Computer Interface
Published Article/Book Citation
The definitive version was published in Nurse educator, 32:3 (2007) pp.109-112. DOI:10.1097/01.NNE.0000270224.38543.2f.
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