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1. Bakon, S., Craft, J., Christensen, M., & Wirihana, L. (2016). Can active learning principles be applied to the bioscience assessments of nursing students?  A review of the literatureNurse Education Today, 37, 123-127.  

2. Bassendowski, S. L., & Petrucka, P. (2013). Are 20th-century methods of teaching applicable in the 21st century? British Journal of Educational Technology, 44(4), 665-667. doi:10.1111/bjet.12032

3. Billings, D. M., Dickerson, S. S., Greenberg, M. J., Yow-Wu, B. W., & Talley, B. S. ( 2013). Chapter 11:  Quality monitoring and accreditation in nursing distance education programs. In Clark, D. & Frith, K. H. (Eds.), Distance education in nursing (3rd ed.)  (pp. 163-180).  New York, NY:  Springer Publishing. Ebook

4. Billings, L., Allen, P., Armstrong, M., & Green, A. (2012).  Creating and launching innovative nursing education programs: Perils and pearls. Nursing Education Perspectives, 33(5), 292-296. 
 
5. Blumberg, P. (2009). Maximizing learning through course alignment and experience with different types of knowledge. Innovations in Higher Education, 34, 93-103. doi:10.1007/s10755-009-9095-2
 

6. Brandon, A.F., & All A.C. (2010). Constructivism theory analysis and application to curricula. Nursing Education Perspectives, Mar-Apr 31 (2) 89-92.

7. Ching‐Kuei, C., Chapman, Helen, & Elder, Ruth (2011). Overcoming challenges to collaboration: nurse educators' experiences in curriculum change. Journal of Nursing Education,50 (1), 27‐33.

8.Felicilda-Reynaldo, R F. D., & Utley, R. (2015). Reflections of evidence-based practice in nurse educators' teaching philosophy statements. Nursing Education Perspectives, 36(2), 89-95.

9. Gardiner, S. S.( 2014). From learning to teach to teaching effectiveness: Nurse educators describe their experiences. Nursing Education Perspectives, 35(2),106-111.

10. Giddens, J.F., & Walsh, M. (2010). Collaborating across the pond: the diffusion of virtual communities for nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education,  August 49 (8) 449-54.

11. Glasgow, M.E.S., Dunphy, L.M., & Mainous R.O. (2010). Innovative nursing educational curriculum for the 21st century. Nursing Education Perspectives, Nov 31 (6) 355-7.

12. Graue, M., Rasmussen, B, Iverson, A. S., & Dunning, T. (2015). Learning transitions- A descriptive study of nurses' experiences during advanced level nursing education. BMC Nursing, 14(30), 1-9. doi:10.1186/s12912-015-0080-z

13. Hesook, Suzie Kim (2012). Outcomes-based curriculum development and student evaluation in nursing education. Journal of Korean Academy of Nursing, 42 (7) 917-27.

14. Kalb K.A. (2008). Core competencies of nurse educators: inspiring excellence in nurse educator practice. Nursing Education Perspectives, Jul-Aug 29 (4) 217-9.

15. Kalb, K.A. (2009). The three Cs model: the context, content, and conduct of nursing education. Nursing Education Perspectives, May-Jun 30 (3) 176-80.

16. Kalb, K.A., O'Conner-Von, & Susan, K. (2012). Educating leaders in nursing: faculty perspectives. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, Jan 9 (1) 1-13.

17. Kantor, S.A. (2010). Pedagogical change in nursing education: one instructor's experience. Journal of Nursing Education, July 49 (7) 414-7.

18. Kennedy, S. (2017). Chapter 4:  Writing Behavioral Objectives. In Designing and Teaching Online Courses in Nursing (pp. 64-97). New York: NY:  Springer Publishing. Ebook 

19. Koch, L. F. (2014). The nursing educator's role in e-learning:  A literature reviewNurse Education Today, 34, 1382-1387.

20. McDonald, E. W., Boulton, J. L., & Davis, J. L. (2018). E-learning and nursing assessment skills and knowledge-An integrative review. Nurse Education Today, 66, 166-174.

21. MacNeil, C., & Hand, T. (2014). Examining occupational therapy education through faculty engagement in curriculum mapping and pedagogical refection. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 68 (S2), 12-22.

22. Ondrejka, D. (2014). Affective teaching in nursing: Connecting to feelings, values, and inner awareness [ebook].   NY, NY: Springer. 

23. Phillips, Janet M., Resnick, Jerelyn, Boni, et al., (2013). Voices of innovation: Building a model for curriculum transformation. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, Jun 10 (1) 1-7.

24. Stanley, M.J.C., & Dougherty, J.P. (2010). A paradigm shift in nursing education: a new modelNursing Education Perspectives, Nov 31 (6) 378-80.

25. Tanner, C.A. (2010). Transforming prelicensure nursing education: preparing the new nurse to meet emerging health care needsPerspectives, Nov 31 (6) 347-53.

26. Young Patricia K., Pearsall Catherine, et al., (2011). Becoming a nursing faculty leaderNursing Education Perspectives, Jul-Aug 32 (4), 222-8.

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