Computer-enhanced lectures: Their use within a pre-registration programme of nurse education.
Health Informatics Journal, 5(2) pp. 63–66.
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This paper critically reviews the lecture as a teaching method, in order to explore whether the use of computer-enhanced lectures can retain the best features of the lecture, without inhibiting the ability of the teacher to facilitate learning and maintain student interest. The advantages and disadvantages of the computer-enhanced lecture to both student and teacher are discussed. Finally, recommendations and caveats for use in practice are given.
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