Integrated Use of Video in Nursing Programs

Full Paper: Research Based (Pre-Recorded) ID: 58959
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    Linda Merillat
    Washburn University
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    Shirley Waugh
    Washburn University
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    Lori Edwards
    Washburn University

Abstract: Incorporating videos into courses can be difficult. With increased demand for easy-to-use video tools for faculty and students, a new tool, VidGrid, was implemented at a medium-sized Midwestern University. Pre- and post-implementation of VidGrid analysis of course statistics showed an increase in the number of videos incorporated and number of video strategies used in courses. Use of video increased with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic. The overall System Usability Scale (SUS) score for VidGrid was above average for students (69.3) and faculty (78.8). A score of 68 is considered above average. When video is provided, students still want an alternative way to access the content. Implementing new technology is a process and problems are frequently encountered. Training on how to use video in the classroom for faculty and students is as important as the training on how to use video itself.


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