Education Applications

  • Richard S. Hannah
Part of the Health Informatics book series (HI)


Technological change has placed a strain on the educational system. In trying to keep pace with the information explosion associated with the technology revolution, educators have had to devote more time and energy to simple information transfer, leaving little time to help beginners apply information.


Nursing Education Multimedia Technology Learner Achievement Education Application Computer Operating System 
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