Information technology in health professional education: why IT matters.

Abstract:

:This paper analyses the potential of information technology (IT) to transform the process of learning in higher education, particularly health professional education. It is argued that IT, although very much part of the infrastructure of the modern university has yet to make its full impact on teaching and learning processes. The expectations of students and demands for improved flexibility and access make it inevitable that IT will become an integral part of teaching and learning despite inherent resistance to change. The potential benefits of IT are identified as: transmission of high quality content, support of life-long learning, flexibility of access and enhanced opportunities for communication. These concepts are explored in the context of health professional education. It is argued that universities cannot survive without harnessing the power of IT to improve the educational experience of students but lecturers should ensure that this is underpinned by sound educational theory.

journal_name

Nurse Educ Today

journal_title

Nurse education today

authors

Haigh J

doi

10.1016/j.nedt.2004.07.008

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2004-10-01 00:00:00

pages

547-52

issue

7

eissn

0260-6917

issn

1532-2793

pii

S0260-6917(04)00096-6

journal_volume

24

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