January 16, 2012

NLN Webinar on Curricula Implications of Informatics and Social Networking

Here's a blatant advertisement for an upcoming webinar series by the NLN called Curricula Implications: Informatics and Social Networking. This is a three-part series on teaching electronic health records, integrating informatics into the curriculum, and the implications of social networking in nursing education.
A webinar is a one-hour audio/video conference you watch from any computer connected to the Internet. There is a question and answer period at the end. This webinar consists of three one-hour sessions held on Monday afternoons in February.
I am going to be teaching part of the session on the curricular implications of social networking. I hope you can join in.

2 comments:

Florida said...

As a graduate student interested in informatics, I find this content area fascinating! Is it possible to access the NLN Webinar if we missed it in real time?

Thank You! Liz Collins

Brent Thompson, PhD, RN said...

That's a great question. I will see if the NLN has plans to post the webinars. I think they should.

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