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Student Adoption and Perception of Lecture Podcasts in Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing Courses
Journal of Nursing Education (2010)
  • Suzan Kardong-Edgren, Washington State University
  • Roberta Emerson, Washington State University
Abstract

The current study reports student use and perceptions of podcasted course lectures in an undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Prior to the current study, the majority of students were not familiar with the use of podcasts in education. Student use of the podcasts grew as they became familiar with the format. Students reported that podcasts helped them study and improved their grades. Faculty reported increased class absenteeism, although students reported no change in course attendance as a result of the availability of podcasts.

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Publication Date
July 1, 2010
Citation Information
Suzan Kardong-Edgren and Roberta Emerson. "Student Adoption and Perception of Lecture Podcasts in Undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing Courses" Journal of Nursing Education Vol. 49 Iss. 7 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/suzan_kardong-edgren/1/