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Purpose: This study used a survey to evaluate the achievements of graduate nursing students at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University (STOU) who undertook learning by webcasting.
The subjects included nursing graduate students who registered for the nursing course “Graduate Professional Experiences in Nursing Administration” in 2010. Webcasting was used for teaching how to write and present a radio script for health education. A questionnaire was administered, consisting of three parts: personal information, the expense of traveling for tutorial at STOU versus attending the webcast, and the advantages and disadvantages between using conventional orientation teaching (face-to-face) and the webcast format. Descriptive statistics were used, and open-ended questions were analyzed using content analysis.
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