Chapter 10: Student Support Services for Distance Education Students in Nursing Programs

Nelson, Ramona
January 2007
Annual Review of Nursing Education;2007, Vol. 5, p181
Academic Journal
Book Chapter
Chapter 10 of the book "Annual Review of Nursing Education" is presented. It explores the required student support services for distance education students in nursing programs. Information on how online student support services can be structured and identifies several resources for developing the services is included.


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