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J Korean Acad Adult Nurs. 2008 Oct;20(5):778-790. Korean. Original Article.
So HS , Bae YS , Kim YO , Kim SM , Kang HY , Choi JY , Yang JJ , Kim NY , Ko E , Hwang SY .
College of Nursing, Chonnam National University, Korea.
Christian Nursing College, Korea.
Department of Nursing, Seokang College, Korea.
Gwangju Health College, Korea.
Department of Nursing, Nambu University, Korea.
Department of Nursing, Songwon College, Korea.
Department of Nursing, Chosun University, Korea.

PURPOSE: This study was conducted to develop Web-based multimedia contents for supporting student nurses' clinical practice on critical care, and to evaluate learners' responses. METHODS: Based on the steps of Assessment, Design, Development, Implementation, & Evaluation(ADDIE) model, a total of 13 self-directed learning modules including live lectures and real video clips were developed through faculty collaboration of nine nursing colleges in Gwangju and Chonnam province. The finally developed multimedia contents were published on the Web of the learning management system at a local e-learning center. RESULTS: The Web contents were evaluated after self-learning by 81 junior college nursing students who were encouraged to study it at their own pace during their two-week clinical practice at a medical or surgical intensive care unit of a university hospital and two hospitals. The knowledge (t = -27.66, p < .001) and self-evaluated clinical performance level(t = 7.54, p < .001) were significantly increased after learning of the Web contents and clinical practice, and satisfaction level that measured post-test only was 4.0 out of 5 point. CONCLUSION: The use of Web contents for critical care need to be extended as a complimentary material in a class room lecture or clinical practice of students to increase their self-learning ability and understandings of clinical knowledge and situation.

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