Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/22351
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Quek, Choon Lang
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2020
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This survey study explored the relationships between nursing students’ perceptions of digital literacy (DL), educational experience, and satisfaction for a blended course. The Digital Literacy Questionnaire (DLQ), Community of Inquiry Questionnaire (CoIQ), and Student Satisfaction Questionnaire (SSQ) consisted of 5-point Likert scale and open-ended items, were administered to 224 nursing students. DLQ, CoIQ, and SSQ were established to be valid and reliable. The majority of the nursing students responded “neutral” or “agree” to the items in DLQ and CoIQ. DL significantly correlated with educational experience positively. Educational experience (cognitive, social, and teaching presences) and digital technologies attitudes influenced satisfaction for a blended course positively. Qualitative data further examined nursing students’ perceptions to corroborate with quantitative results.
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2020
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LB1028.5 Ong
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