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Sarah Priore, RN, BSNPatricia Ramsey-Macomber, RN MSN Ramsey Macomber RN, Sue Trimboli, RN, BSN Christina Ulrich, RN, BSN
How to integrate technology into classrooms What to integrate: Distance Learning PDA’s Virtual Simulations
What types of technology may be used Distance Learning Laptop computers PDA’s Virtual realities Simulations
Survey of students and faculties comfort with technology Training for those that are computer illiterate g p Support for those using technology in classroom Large initial investment and tech support Keeping current on new technology p g gy
Reproduction of eventsNear Representation of an Actual Event
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