CASN Scholarship Course Only 10 spaces remain, Register Now !

by Admin on October 22, 2014

in Educational Opportunities



Course Dates: October 23, 30 & November 6, 2014
1800-2000 hours Eastern Time.

Course Description
This webinar series provides nursing educators in non-research intensive academic environments with information, resources, and strategies that will assist in the development of scholarship in the four Boyer domains of discovery, teaching, integration and application. Participants will learn about the nature of scholarship, personal and institutional challenges and supports for developing scholarship, foundational attitudes and skills that foster scholarship and strategies and practical ways to advance scholarship.

Course Audience
Educators in non-research intensive academic environments.

Course Objectives / Themes

  1. Assess personal progress in relation to criteria of scholarship.
  2. Discuss the challenges, opportunities and supports for developing scholarship personally and at an institutional level.
  3. Identify the attitudes and skills that are essential to developing scholarship.
  4. Plan strategies to meet the challenges, to act on the opportunities and to enable the supports.
  5. Develop a plan to address the development of your specific attitudes and skills.

Course Delivery
GoTo Webinar, Dialogue Teleconferencing and discussion forum.

Course Instructors
Dr. Ellen Rukholm
Professor Emeritus
Laurentian University

Dr. Jodi Hall
The Western-Fanshawe Collaborative BScN Program


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