Join your colleagues on April 17th for a demonstration and Q&A with Sarah Weaver, MPH who will showcase a hybrid/blended program model, the Duke – Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program. Sarah will discuss approach, instructional design, technologies used, and program evaluation. This presentation is part of the Duke Distance Education group, open to all in the Duke community with an interest in online teaching and learning.
The Duke – Johnson & Johnson Nurse Leadership Program is a one-year, part-time program that develops advanced practice nurse fellows as leaders in a clinical setting in an evolving healthcare market. The hybrid approach combines monthly online learning activities, small-group mentoring with experienced coaches, active learning techniques, and leadership sessions blending both web conferencing and on-site coaching activities.
In addition to this presentation, you’ll hear from Kevin Ragusa, Market Research Analyst for Duke Learning Innovation. Kevin helps Duke’s schools and departments discover opportunities for new online courses and programs. Leveraging business analytics along with data on regional, national and international markets, Kevin researches the potential for new educational programs.
The Duke Distance Education Special Interest Group (DE SIG@Duke) focuses on online teaching and learning, program administration, pedagogy, instructional design, and learning technologies. The group is open to anyone at Duke with an interest in online education.
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