|Present||Associate Vice-Chancellor for Academic Programs, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne|
|Present||Director of Graduate Studies, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne|
|Present||Ph.D., RN, CNE, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne|
|Present||Professor, Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne|
Interactive Learning Environment: Engaging Students Using Clickers Nursing Education Perspectives (2012)
Educators continue to search for effective methods that will engage students in their learning. This article presents the integration of clickers while using the constructivist approach to foster critical thinking wile engaging learners in a ...
How to Implement the Electronic Health Record in Undergraduate Nursing Education American Nurse Today (2011)
Information literacy, evidence-based practice (EBP), and informatics are fundamental to delivering culturally competent, safe patient care. Yet most nursing schools continue to educate students in traditional ways; only a minority integrate high-fidelity simulations, require evidence-based ...
Think Globally, Learn Locally: Multimedia Conferencing Between Two Schools of Nursing Nursing Education Perspectives (2011)
Three nurse educators, who met at the American Nurses Association Nursing Care in Life, Death, and Disaster Conference, collaborated on a multimedia conferencing project to teach nursing students about disaster response. This case study examines ...
Think Globally: Learn Locally Nursing Education Perspectives (2011)
Three nurse educators, who met at the American Nurses Association Nursing Care in Life, Death and Disaster Conference (Atlanta, June 2007), collaborated on a multimedia conferencing project to teach nursing students about disaster response. This ...
Embedding a Pedagogical Model in the Design of an On-Line Course Nurse Educator (2002)
The importance of course design and its relationship to learning is overlooked when the electronic version of a course is static. The author discusses the process used to redesign a traditional course into a dynamic ...
The Great Music Experiment: Taking the Great Cookie Experiment to the Web Nurse Educator (2002)
Helping undergraduate nursing students understand the research process and equipping them to be good consumers of research presents a challenging agenda to faculty. When the word “research” is spoken, students often respond negatively because they ...
Hypermedia-Assisted Instruction: Authoring with Learning Guidelines Computers in Nursing (2001)
The use of computers in nursing education has evolved from elementary drill and practice tutorials to challenging presentations. Hypermedia technology has emerged as a powerful method of instruction that allows the user to experience new ...
Faculty Produced Videos: An Educational Resource Journal of Nursing Staff Development (1996)
AB Computer-based instruction provides flexibility for staff development in the context of downsizing and rapid change in hospitals. There is an increasing need for nurse involvement in human immunodeficiency virus test counseling in hospitals and ...
Breast Self-Examination: How Nurses Can Influence Performance MEDSURG Nursing (1994)
Breast self-examination (BSE) is a detection technique that is performed on a regular monthly basis by only 25% to 35% of American women. The incidence of breast cancer is steadily rising. Mammography not only fails ...
Digital Landscape: Embracing the Reality 3rd International Conference on Education & Educational Psychology (2012)
Educators must be responsive to industry’s dynamic, technology rich environment. It is important for universities to move beyond expecting graduates to have isolated technology skills. Designing curricula that will produce graduates who are comfortable using ...