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Table of Contents
|Contributors Evidence-Based Review Abstracts||p. vii|
|Contributors Case Examples||p. ix|
|Concepts for Teaching and Learning Across Diverse Technologies|
|What Does It Mean to Teach With Technology?||p. 3|
|Keeping Up With Changing Technology, Self-Directed Learning, and Lifelong Learning||p. 15|
|Theory and Teaching Technologies||p. 31|
|Technology Teaching and Lesson Planning||p. 45|
|Computer and Information Literacy: Gaining and Using the Evidence With Technology||p. 61|
|Faculty as Learning Facilitators With Technology|
|Technologies and Effective Communication||p. 79|
|Technology Teaching Strategies and Building the Learning Community||p. 93|
|Technologies and Active Learning||p. 107|
|Feedback, Debriefing, and Evaluation With Technology||p. 123|
|Diverse Clinical Practice and Educational Technologies|
|Online Education and Diverse Teaching and Learning Opportunities||p. 141|
|The Changing Classroom and Technology||p. 161|
|Simulation and Clinical Learning||p. 175|
|Pedagogies, Technology, and Clinical Data Management||p. 191|
|Pedagogy, Technology, and Clinical Education||p. 207|
|Into the Future: Nurse Educators, Teaching Technologies, and Self-Directed Lifelong Learning||p. 229|
|New Technology Readiness Inventory||p. 243|
|Integrated Learning Triangle for Teaching With Technologies||p. 245|
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