Computer Technology in Nursing: Revolution or Renaissance?
Computing is a technological change that we cannot ignore; it will not go away. Educators who cannot or will not use computers will be an endangered species by the 1990s. Faculty computer illiteracy could become a serious problem, as changes in faculty roles and responsibility for curricular design, coherence, implementation, and evaluation become more widespread.
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