Over the past several years, there has been a notable shift in attitudes among instructors and students towards digital products that enhance learning, especially eBooks. In our new white paper, we examine these shifting views to show that both instructors and students favor digital learning solutions, particularly the Jones & Bartlett Learning Navigate eFolio and interactive eBook available within Navigate 2. What’s more, through surveys and focus group research, we can demonstrate how Navigate products have increased student engagement and improved learning outcomes. Read the full white paper now.
Are you attending the ATI National Nurse Educator Summit in Orlando, FL next week? Starting on Monday, April 14, we'll be there displaying our latest nursing titles and demoing our brand new RN to BSN Online Curriculum Solution.
In Fall 2013, we pilot tested Navigate eFolio: Nursing Informatics and the Foundation of Knowledge with two instructors and their students at Darton State College and The University of Texas at Tyler. Both instructors and 65 students provided us with their feedback and experiences using the product. In addition, the instructors allowed us to link information about their students’ performance to access frequency so we could evaluate the relationship.
Recently, Jones & Bartlett Learning surveyed nearly 1,000 instructors about their courseware preferences and expectations. We wanted to learn more about the types of products that today’s instructors need in order to develop online learning solutions that best meet teaching and learning requirements. Encompassing 10 disciplines from both higher education and vocational education, the survey included instructors representing: Allied Health Professions, Automotive, Biological Science, Computer Science, Emergency Medical Services, Fire, Health Administration, Health Science, Nursing, and Public Health.
Would you like to immerse your psychology students in real-life experiential learning? Join us on Tuesday, September 24 at 11am EST or Wednesday, September 25 at 3pm EST to explore Navigate Scenario: GameScapes for Learn Psychology. It's a murder mystery for students to solve!
The shift away from solely lecture-based teaching combined with the widespread use of technology learning solutions is generating attention for the "flipped classroom." What's necessary in order to achieve a successful flipped classroom that encourages a student-centered approach to teaching while utilizing technology in a meaningful way? A recent Campus Technology article explores a new report on the "four pillars" of the flipped classroom:
The Boston Globe recently profiled the increase of hybrid programs in colleges and universities that blend online and traditional learning. According to Globe Correspondent Joan Axelrod-Contrada, in order to balance the demands of work, family, and finances,