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Short Communication - Journal of Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2023) Volume 6, Issue 2

Nursing speakers perception toward e-learning approaches used in nursing taherdoost gong

Rapid technological advancement, combined with the global experience of the COVID- 19 epidemic, has urged the world to consider indispensable styles of delivering educational content and prostrating unborn heads, performing in unknown growth in education delivery styles via virtual means. Digital technologies have traditionally been used to compound traditional education. Still, incorporating technologies similar as virtual literacy conditioning and easing learning through e-learning has come prominent in ultramodern education E-learning is an evolving conception, defined as the process of acquiring new chops and knowledge by electronic means, with the ultimate thing of applying this knowledge in formal instruction, tone- directed study, and grading. Withe-learning styles, preceptors can engage with large groups of scholars contemporaneously or at their own pace in asynchronous and coetaneous setting.

Author(s): Taherdoost Gong

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