Provides an overview on the use of interactive videodisc systems in nursing education. Includes information about videodisc systems (computer, graphic/overlay boards, and videodisc players), as well as videodisc programs developed by hospitals, universities and colleges, commercial firms, and testing and certification organizations. Videodisc research, surveys, periodicals, conferences, film festivals, and other resources also are listed.Southern. California-Los. Angeles. The Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, has produced a videodisc on hairloss, one side effect of some treatments for cancer. It is currently underanbsp;...
|Title||:||Interactive Video Primer: Nursing Education|
|Author||:||Scott Alan Stewart|
|Publisher||:||Stewart Publishing, Inc. - 1990-05-01|