Although many educators may not consider themselves technologically savvy, the reality is that the use of technology in nursing education is sharply rising and we must meet the needs of the adult learner.
Nurses are increasingly using mobile and other devices, such as cell phones, smartphones, tablets, bar-coding scanners, monitoring equipment and bedside computers, to communicate with members of the health care team and with patients.
Faculty members have a critical role in deciding the content that is taught to their nursing students. They must grasp the importance of using technology to facilitate learning and knowledge of informatics concepts and skills.
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