Nursing education, Biology

Nursing  Education 

Computer-Assisted Instruction (CAI) is a valuable teaching aid for health care students, testing them with frequent quizzes to ensure that the material read has been properly absorbed. While human instruction and feedback has no substitute, various computer programs can act as a supplementary educational tool, enhancing the students' learning experience and quality of education. Studies done by Nurse researcher on computer assisted learning does explain the use of computer complimenting of the content.  

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