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This quasi-experimental study aimed to: 1) compare nursing students’ learning behaviors between lecture method and computer online lesson; and 2) examine the 3rd-year nursing student’s satisfaction towards lecturing delivered using computer online on the topics of Nursing Care of Persons with neurological Problems, focusing neurological assessment and nursing care for patients with increased intracranial pressure. One hundred and seventy-seven nursing students were randomly selected into 2 groups: the lecture group delivered by a teacher (group A, n = 96), and the online computer group (group B, n = 81). The research instrument was Computer assisted instruction lesson. Data were collected using: 1) Student’s satisfaction questionnaire; 2) Multiple choice test questions (MCQ); and 3) focus group Interview questions. Data related to knowledge, learning behaviors, and satisfaction were collected at 2 points including pre-and post-test intervention (7 days before and after intervention). Quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and t-test; meanwhile qualitative data were analyzed using content analysis.
The result were as follows: 1) the mean score of knowledge of the online group was significantly higher than that of the lecturing group (p < 0.001); 2) two themes of learning behaviors emerged from the computer online group were eager to learn and time management for studying media; and 3) the computer online group expressed high satisfaction on the computer online method (Mean = 4.28, SD = .37).
The findings of this study provide evidence for supporting the lecture delivered by online computer. Also, our findings showed that online computer method is effective and the lecture delivered by a teacher should be replaced to enhance knowledge of nursing students.
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