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1. ASHE. (2014). Techniques for student engagement online. ASHE Higher Education Report, 40(6), 37-66. doi: 10.1002/ashe.20018

2. Bassendowski, S. & Petrucka, P. (2016). Resetting nursing education. Online Journal of Nursing Informatics, 20(2), 6. (You might need to log in to this article with your ENMU login and password.)

3. Billings, D, & Kowalski, K. (2006). Journaling: A Strategy for Developing Reflective Practitioners. Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 37(3), 104-105.

4. Bradford, P., Porciello, M., & Balkon, N. (2006-2007). The Blackboard learning system: The be all and end all in educational instruction? Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 35(3), 301-314.

5. Brownell, J. E., & Swaner, L. E. (2009). High-impact practices: Applying the learning outcomes literature to the development of successful campus programs. Peer Review, 11(2), 26-30.

6. Brudvig, T. J., Dirkes, A., Dutta, P., & Rane, K. (2013). Critical thinking skills in health care professional students: A systematic review. Journal of Physical Therapy Education, 27(3), 12-25.

7. Button, D., Harrington, A., & Belan, I. (2014). E-learning & information communication technology (ICT) in nursing education:  A review of the literature. Nurse Education Today, 34, 1311-132.

8. Chaudhury, S. R. (2011). The lecture. New Directions for Teaching and Learning, 128, 13- 20.

9. Covill, A. E. (2011). College students' perceptions of the traditional lecture method. (available only as an HTML file) College Student Journal, 45(1).

10. Craft, M. (2005). Reflective writing and nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education, 44(2), 53-57.

11. Dack, H., & Tomlinson, C. A. (2015). Inviting all students to learn. Educational Leadership, 72(6), 10-15.

12.  Day-Black, C. (2015).  Gamification: An Innovative Teaching-Learning Strategy for the Digital Nursing Students in a Community Health Nursing Course. ABNF Journal, 26(4), 90-94.

13. deNoyelles, A., & Reyes-Foster, B. (2015). Using word clouds in online discussions to support critical thinking and engagement. Online Learning, 19(4), 13-24.

14. Detlor, B., Booker, L. Serenko, A., & Julien, H. (2012). Student perceptions of information literacy instruction: The importance of active learning. Education for Information, 29(2), 147-161.

15. Developing a nursing IQ - Part 1 characteristics of critical thinking: What critical thinkers do, what critical thinkers do not do. (Nov2014-Jan 2015). ISNA Bulletin, 41(1), 6-14.

16. Drew, V., & Mackie, L. (2013). Extending the constructs of active learning: Implications for teachers' pedagogy and practice. The Curriculum Journal, 22(4), 451-467.

17. Du, S., Liu, Z., Liu, S., Yin, H., Xu, G., … & Wang, A. (2013). Web-based distance learning for nurse education: A systematic reviewInternational Nursing Review, 60, 167–177.

18. Graf, S., Liu, T., & Kinshuk. (2010). Analysis of learners' navigational behavior and their learning styles in an online courseJournal of Computer Assisted Learning, 26(2), 116-131.

19. Green, J., Wyllie, A., & Jackson, D. (2014). Social networking for nurse education: Possibilities, perils and pitfallsContemporary Nurse: A Journal for the Australian Nursing Profession, 47(1/2), 180-189.

20. Iheduru-Anderson, K. (2015). Cultural diversity & inclusivity, where are we at? Australian Nursing & Midwifery, 23(4), 18-23.

21. Jukes, I., McCain, T., & Crockett, L. (2015). Education and the role of the educator in the future. Phi Delta Kappan, 92(4), 15-21.

22. Kilfoyle Remis, K. (2015). In sync with LMS.  District Administration, 51(6), 71-74.

23. Kong, L-N., Qin, B., Zhou, Y., Mou, S., & Gaom H-M. (2014). The effectiveness of problem-based learning on development of nursing students' critical thinking: A systematic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 51(3), 458-469.

24. Kozuh, I., Jeremic, Z., Sarjas, A., Lapuh Bele, J., Devedzic, V., & Debevec, M. (2015). Social presence and interaction in learning environments: The effect on student success. Educational Technology & Society, 18(1), 223-236.

25. Lalley, J. P., & Miller, R. H. (2007). The learning pyramid: Does it point teachers in the right directionEducation, 128(1), 64-79.

26. Langley, M. E., & Brown, S. T. (2010). Perceptions of the use of reflective learning journals in online graduate nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 31(1), 12-17.

27. Lom, B. (2012). Classroom activities:  Simple strategies to incorporate student-centered activities within undergraduate science lecturesThe Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 11(1), A64-A71.

28. National League for Nursing. (2008, May 9). Position statement: Preparing the next generation of nurses to practice in a technology-rich environment: An informatics agenda.  Retrieved from http://www.nln.org.

29. Nichols, J. C. (2003). Changing what is taught: Hearing the voices of the underrepresented.  Innovative Higher Education, 27(3), 195–208.

30.Nicol, D., Thomson, A., & Breslin, C. (2014). Rethinking feedback practices in higher education: A peer review perspectiveAssessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 39(1), 102-122. doi: 10.1080/02602938.2013.795518.

31. Park, M. Y., McMillan, M. A., Conway, J. F., Cleary, S. R., Murphy, L., Griffiths, S. K. (2013). Practice-based simulation model: a curriculum innovation to enhance the critical thinking skills of nursing students. Australian Journal of Advanced Nursing, 30(3), 41-51.

32. Perrin, R. W., & Laing, G. K.. (2014). The lecture: A teaching strategy through the looking glass. E-Journal of Business Education & Scholarship of Teaching, 8(1), 67-77.

33. Rasmussen, K., Nichols, J. C. Ferguson, F. (2006). It's a new world: Multiculturalism in a virtual environment. Distance Education, 27(2), 265-278. doi: 10.1080/01587910600789696

34. Risling, T. (2017). Educating the nurses of 2025:  Technology trends of the next decade. Nurse Education in Practice, 22, 89-92.

35. Robert, R. R.; Petersen, S. (2013). Critical thinking at the bedside: Providing safe passage to patients. MEDSURG Nursing, 22(2), 85-118.

36. Saga, Z., Qmar, K., & Trali, G. (2015). Learning styles—Understanding for learning strategies." Pakistan Armed Forces Medical Journal, 65(5), 706-709.

37. Simonson, M. (2007). Course management systems. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 8(1), vii-ix.

38. Skiba, D.J. (2015). On the horizon: Implications for nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, 36(4), 263-266.

39. Talita Candida Castro, T. C., & Gonçalves, L. S. (2018). The use of gamification to teach in the nursing field. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, 71(3), 1038-1045.

40. Tanner, C. A. (2006). Thinking like a nurse: A research-based model of clinical judgment in nursing. Journal of Nursing Education, 45(6), 204-211.

41. Tella, A. (2011). Reliability and factor analysis of a Blackboard Course Management System success: A scale development and validation in an educational context. Journal of Information Technology Education, 10, 55-80.

42. Tomlinson, C. (2015). Teaching for excellence in academically diverse classroomsSociety, 52(3), 203-209. doi: 10.1007/s12115-015-9888-0.

43. Voutilainen, A., Saaranen, T., & Sormunen, M. (2017). Conventional vs. e-learning education:  A systematic review and meta-analysis. Nurse Education Today, 50, 97-103.

44. Waltz, C. W., Jenkins, L. S., & Han, N. C. (2014). The use and effectiveness of active learning methods in nursing. Nursing Education Perspectives, 35(6), 392-400. doi: 10.5480/13-1168

45. Wawrzynski, M., & Baldwin, R. (2014). Promoting high-impact student learning: Connecting key components of the collegiate experience. New Directions for Higher Education, 165, 51-62.

Computer-Based Simulation

1. Donovan, L. M., Argenbright, C. A., Mullen, L. K., & Humbert, J. L. (2018). Computer-based simulation:  Effective tool or hindrance for undergraduate nursing students?  Nurse Education Today, 69, 122-127.

2. Dubovi, I. (2018). Designing for online computer-based clinical simulations:  Evaluation of instructional approaches. Nurse Education Today, 69, 67-73.

3. Kruger, R., & Klug, B. (2018). Voice assistant technology:  Alexa® in the sim lab. Canadian Journal of Critical Care Nursing, 29(2), 28.

Mobile Technology

1. Forehand, J. W., & Miller, B. (2017). Integrating mobile devices into the nursing classroom. Teaching and Learning in Nursing, 12, 50-52.

2. Mackay, B. J., Anderson, J., & Harding, T. (2017). Mobile technology in clinical teaching. Nurse Education in Practice, 22, 1-6.

3. Raman, J. (2015). Mobile technology in nursing education:  Where do we go from here?  A review of the literature. Nurse Education Today, 35, 663-672.

Assessment

1. Barrett, J. (2018). The cat's out of the bag: Classroom assessment techniques to use in class tomorrow. Techniques, (April, 2018), 8-9.

2. Bergquist, E., & Holbeck, R. (2014). Classroom assessment techniques:  A conceptual model for CATs in the online classroom. Journal of Instructional Research, 3, 3-7.

3. Divoll, K. A., Browning, S. T.,  Vesey, W. M. (2012). The Ticket to Retention:  A classroom assessment technique designed to improve student learning. The Journal of Effective Teaching, 12(2), 45-64
 

4. Li, M., & van Lieu, S. (2018). Traditional and online faculty members' use of classroom assessment technique (CATs): A mixed-method study. Journal of Instructional Research, 7, 90-99.

5. Marks, I. (2014). Formative (classroom) assessment techniques. Acta Technologica Dubnicae, 4(1), 46-50. doi:10.1515/atd-2015-0012

6. Phye, G. D. (1997). Handbook of Classroom Assessment:  Learning, Achievement, and Adjustment. San Diego, CA: Academic Press. 

7. Simpson-Beck, V. (2011). Assessing classroom assessment techniques. Active Learning in Higher Education, 12(2), 125-132.  doi:10.1177/1469787411402482

8. Thomas, J. E., & Hornsey, P. E. (2014). Adding rigor to Classroom Assessment Techniques for non-traditional adult programs:  A lifecycle improvement approach. Journal of Instructional Research, 3, 27-37.

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1. Green, B. & Hope, A. (2010). "Promoting clinical competence using social media." Nurse Educator, 35(3), 127-129.

2. Malik, S., & Janjua, F. (2011). "Active lecturing: An effective pedagogic approach." International Journal of Academic Research, 3(2), 963-967.

3. Materna, L. (2007). "Jump start the adult learner: how to engage and motivate adults using brain-compatible strategies." Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press, 3-21.

4. Williams van Rooij, S. (2012). "Open-source learning management systems: A predictive model for higher education." Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 28(2), 114-125.

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