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Date: November 2, 2012
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm (ET)

Webinar Overview

Currently the term “online education” produces about 2,240,000,000 results on a standard Google search. Advances in Internet technology have had transformative impacts on education with the use of webcasting, LMS, learning modules, and eBooks. DeMaria & Bongiovanni (2012) make the point that effective online education only occurs when approached as a new methodology with new tools rather than a “substitute for face-to-facetechniques”. While not necessarily a 'new' methodology, Competency based education aligns nicely with contemporary technology and learning models.

Webinar Speaker

Janet AllenJan Jones-Schenk, RN, BSN, MNA, NE-BC

Ms. Jones-Schenk currently serves as Chief Nursing Officer for Western Governors University. As Project Director for the MAP-RN Project, she developed a contemporary, prelicensure nursing program that uses an alternative clinical education model and simulation with competency based learning. The program has been approved by the Boards of Nursing in California, Texas, Indiana, Florida and Utah and is CCNE accredited, as are all WGU nursing programs. Jan is currently a doctoral student at A. T. Still University in the Global Health track of the Doctor of Health Sciences program. Ms. Jones-Schenk has worked as staff nurse, nurse manager, nurse administrator, nurse consultant and now nurse educator. In the 1990s she developed and implemented the first hospital based clinical privileging system in Utah for APRNs. She served 6 years on the ANA Board of Directors and is a past president of the American Nurses Credentialing Center. She was recently honored with the Utah “Dare to Care” award for her long history of contributions to advancement of the nursing profession and just complete 9 years of service as a trustee on her local hospital board of directors.

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