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Improving the digital literacy competence of nursing and midwifery students: A qualitative study of the experiences of NICE student champions / Julia Terry; Alyson Davies; Catherine Williams; Sarah Tait; Louise Condon

Nurse Education in Practice, Volume: 34, Pages: 192 - 198

Swansea University Author: Terry, Julia

  • Accepted Manuscript under embargo until: 5th December 2019

Abstract

Highlights:•We explored students' experiences of a peer-led digital literacy programme.•Students’ experiences of the programme were generally positive•Students said they developed their digital competence and confidence•Students found occasional challenge in teaching their peer groups

Published in: Nurse Education in Practice
ISSN: 14715953
Published: Elsevier 2019
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URI: https://cronfa.swan.ac.uk/Record/cronfa47998
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Abstract: Highlights:•We explored students' experiences of a peer-led digital literacy programme.•Students’ experiences of the programme were generally positive•Students said they developed their digital competence and confidence•Students found occasional challenge in teaching their peer groups
Keywords: Nursing; Midwifery; NICE; digital literacy; digital competence; peer learning; peer-led teaching
College: College of Human and Health Sciences
Start Page: 192
End Page: 198