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Computer Technology in Nursing: Revolution or Renaissance?

  • Carolyn H. Brose
Part of the Computers and Medicine book series (C+M)

Abstract

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.

Keywords

Computer Literacy International Business Machine National League Nursing Faculty Computer Assisted Instruction 
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