D. Skiba
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Bloom's digital taxonomy and word clouds.
D. Skiba
Psychology, Medicine
Nursing education perspectives
1 August 2013
TLDR
The development of a digital Bloom's taxonomy with associated web-based tools for K-12 and higher education and websites targeted toward higher education that focus on the taxonomy or dig- ital tools are seen.Expand
67 Citations
19
Adapting your teaching to accommodate the net generation of learners.
D. Skiba, A. Barton
Computer Science, Medicine
Online journal of issues in nursing
31 May 2006
TLDR
The characteristics of the Net Generation are highlighted and examples of how to adapt teaching strategies to accommodate the Net generation, in light of their preferences for digital literacy, experiential learning, interactivity, and immediacy are provided. Expand
257 Citations
17
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The Internet of Things (IoT).
D. Skiba
Psychology, Medicine
Nursing education perspectives
2013
BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS COLUMN, THE HOLIDAY SEASON WILL LONG BE OVER. But as I write, I am still searching for the perfect gifts for my tech-savvy family and friends. You can imagine my excitement… Expand
232 Citations
13
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Benchmarking Best Practices in Web-Based Nursing Courses
D. Billings, H. Connors, D. Skiba
Engineering, Medicine
ANS. Advances in nursing science
1 March 2001
TLDR
This article describes the framework and process to determine best practices in online learning communities for Web-based nursing courses, which was determined based on evidence-based research in higher education. Expand
204 Citations
11
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Best practices in Web-based courses: generational differences across undergraduate and graduate nursing students.
D. Billings, D. Skiba, H. Connors
Medicine
Journal of professional nursing : official…
1 March 2005
TLDR
The differences in student perceptions of the use of technology, educational practices, and outcomes between undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in Web-based courses are examined. Expand
77 Citations
7
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Disruption in higher education: massively open online courses (MOOCs).
D. Skiba
Medicine, Psychology
Nursing education perspectives
1 November 2012
TLDR
Module 1 is focused on higher education around the world with weekly topics, including Change Pressures: What is influencing Higher education; net Pedagogies: new Models of teaching and Learning; entrepreneurship and Commercial activity; and big Data and analytics.Expand
61 Citations
7
Nursing education 2.0: a second look at Second Life.
D. Skiba
Medicine, Psychology
Nursing education perspectives
1 March 2009
TLDR
Nursing education simulations in the 3D virtual world of SL are used to train RNs in a college program at Evergreen Island, Second Life, and this special issue of Nursing Education Perspectives understands that there are alternative environments to create real-life scenarios for nursing students.Expand
50 Citations
5
The 2005 word of the year: podcast.
D. Skiba
Medicine, Psychology
Nursing education perspectives
2006
TLDR
How podcasting has infiltrated higher education, health care, and other aspects of the authors' global community is highlighted and there is no doubt in my mind that podcasting will be transformative, not only in education but also in health care delivery. Expand
38 Citations
5
Web 2.0: next great thing or just marketing hype?
D. Skiba
Medicine, Psychology
Nursing education perspectives
1 July 2006
TLDR
In a recent article, Alexander highlights how Web 2.0 tools are the next wave of innovation for teaching and learning, and focuses on the notion of social software - described in the early 1960s by Licklider - as the use of network computing to connect people in order to boost their knowledge and their ability to learn. Expand
29 Citations
5
Informatics in the nursing curriculum: a national survey of nursing informatics requirements in nursing curricula.
Brent W Thompson, D. Skiba
MedicineNursing education perspectives
1 September 2008
TLDR
The purpose of the survey was to measure the informaticsrelated requirements of nursing curricula and ascertain how those requirements are integrated into curricula. Expand
51 Citations
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