Odnos študentov zdravstvene nege do e-izobraževanja

  • Simona Hvalič Touzery Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice
  • Katja Skinder Savić Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice
Ključne besede: e-učenje, izobraževanje, študenti, zdravstvena nega, naklonjenost

Povzetek

Uvod: E-izobraževanje je v terciarnem izobraževanju vse bolj pomembno, kljub temu pa tovrsten način učenja ni povsod uspešno implementiran. Na uspešnost uvajanja e-izobraževanja v študij pomembno vpliva pripravljenost na tovrstno obliko izobraževanja in odnos študentov do njega. Namen raziskave je bil proučiti naklonjenost študentov zdravstvene nege do e-izobraževanja. Metode: Kvantitativno raziskavo s spletnim anketiranjem smo izvedli v marcu 2014, na priložnostnem vzorcu (n = 92) študentov Fakultete za zdravstvo Jesenice. Koeficient Cronbach alfa je bil 0,966. Podatke smo obdelali s SPSS 20.0. Uporabili smo frekvenčno analizo, t-test za neodvisne vzorce, enosmerno analizo variance, korelacijsko, faktorsko in regresijsko analizo. Rezultati: Prednosti e-izobraževanja so najvišje ocenjene s strani študentov, ki so v e-učilnici sodelovali pri treh predmetih (p = 0,000). Odnos do e-izobraževanja je povezan z računalniško pismenostjo študentov (p < 0,05). Na odnos študentov do e-izobraževanja statistično značilno pozitivno vplivajo njegove prednosti (0,211< β <0,834, p = 0,000). S tremi faktorji se lahko pojasni 64,72 % variabilnosti skupnih dejavnikov odnosa študentov do e-izobraževanja: uporaba e-učilnice, zadovoljstvo s skupinskim delom in način učenja. Diskusija in zaključek: Anketiranci niso naklonjeni e-učenju, vendar pa smo prepoznali več dejavnikov, ki pozitivno vplivajo na njihov odnos do e-učenja. Raziskavo bi morali razširiti tako, da bi uporabili naključno izbrani reprezentativni vzorec ter mešane metode raziskovanja.

Prenosi

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Biografije avtorja

Simona Hvalič Touzery, Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice
doc. dr. Simona Hvalič Touzery, mag. soc., univ. dipl. soc., prodekanja za raziskovanje in razvoj
Katja Skinder Savić, Fakulteta za zdravstvo Jesenice
mag. Katja Skinder Savić, viš.m.s., univ. dipl. org., pred.

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Hvalič Touzery, S. in Skinder Savić, K. (2015) Odnos študentov zdravstvene nege do e-izobraževanja, Obzornik zdravstvene nege, 49(4). doi: 10.14528/snr.2015.49.4.59.
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