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Evidence-based learning: interactive, online EBP modules for first year nursing. A case study

Kelly, Blair, Rawson, Chris, Freestone, Chrissy and Russell, Fiona 2016, Evidence-based learning: interactive, online EBP modules for first year nursing. A case study, Health inform, vol. 25, no. 2, pp. 4-11.

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Title Evidence-based learning: interactive, online EBP modules for first year nursing. A case study
Author(s) Kelly, Blair
Rawson, Chris
Freestone, ChrissyORCID iD for Freestone, Chrissy orcid.org/0000-0001-7230-6541
Russell, FionaORCID iD for Russell, Fiona orcid.org/0000-0001-7230-6541
Journal name Health inform
Volume number 25
Issue number 2
Start page 4
End page 11
Total pages 8
Publisher Health Libraries Inc.
Place of publication Melbourne, Vic.
Publication date 2016-11
ISSN 1326-7949
Keyword(s) evidence-based medicine
educational technology
Summary Deakin University Library designed a series of six modules to provide interactive, online learning for a first year nursing unit, Understanding Research Evidence. The modules were developed in response to the changing learning requirements of students in the digital age. Delivered using Smart Sparrow software, the modules were designed to assist students in the development and consolidation of their understandings of evidence-based practice (EBP).The development of the modules represents a shift from unilateral communication to interactive content. Previously, online support had largely consisted of static material that was not presented in the context of curriculum. The Library has now developed integrated content that allows for interactivity, but which may also be customised for other purposes or units across all health disciplines.Feedback and data collected from the modules indicate an encouraging degree of engagement with the content. Data also allows the Library to ensure the continuous improvement of the modules. Library staff have also reported on their improved capacity and confidence in creating learning experiences that integrate core information and digital literacy competencies with students' curriculum. Staff also report improvements in their ability to use technologies to create online learning objects.
Notes Presented at the 13th Health Libraries Inc. conference, October 21, 2016
Language eng
Field of Research 080799 Library and Information Studies not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 890302 Library and Archival Services
HERDC Research category C1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
ERA Research output type C Journal article
Copyright notice ©2016, Health Libraries Inc.
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