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Podcasting in Undergraduate Nursing Programs

Burke, Sharon EdD, RN, CEN; Cody, William MBA, MA

Nurse Educator:
doi: 10.1097/NNE.0000000000000059
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Abstract

Little information is available regarding the value of podcasting in nursing education. This mixed-methods study described nursing students’ (n = 101) perceptions of podcasted materials, the benefits of podcasting, and when and where students used podcasted materials. Students (86%) believed podcasts enriched their learning, and 95% reported podcasts as valuable tools in the learning environment. Most students (94%) would recommend podcasting in other courses and accessed podcast materials 3 times per week. More than half of the students (55%) accessed podcast materials in multiple places (ie, in the car, in the home, and at school).

Author Information

Author Affiliations: Assistant Professor (Dr Burke), School of Nursing and Health Science, Lasalle University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Information Systems Consultant (Mr Cody), Sewell, New Jersey.

The authors declare no conflicts of interest.

Correspondence: Dr Burke, Lasalle University, 1900 Olney Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19141 (burkes@lasalle.edu).

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Accepted for publication: April 19, 2014

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