The Needs of Using Information Technology for Learning Based upon the Opinions of Nursing Students College of Nursing under the Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute Ministry of Public Health

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Sukit Thongpila
Waiyawut Yoonisil
Gitipong Pinichpan
Pipop Deepae
Sakorn Sondee
Saranyu Pongprasertsin


Objective: This qualitative research aimed to study the needs of using information technology for learning based upon the opinions of nursing students College of Nursing under the Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute Ministry of Public Health. Methods: The key informants were selected for purposes by sampling from 11 student club presidents. Data was collected through in-depth interviews and tape recordings. Verify the reliability of the information. By examining the information triangulation,
information review, verification of information from key informants and the method of collecting data. The information obtained from the interview was verbatim transcription and the data analyzed according to Colaizzi’s method. Results: It was found that the students reflected their views on the need for using information technology in their learning. According to the opinions of the nursing showed, the three main themes are comprised of: 1) the content of the curriculum must be up-to-date, 2) the method of teaching and learning must be practical and technology-based and 3) learning support requires cutting-edge technology, good quality, and enough good results. Conclusion: These results can be used as information to develop and formulate policies for using technology to manage learning in the Bachelor of Nursing program effectively.


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Thongpila, S. ., Yoonisil, W. ., Pinichpan, G. ., Deepae, P. ., Sondee, S. ., & Pongprasertsin, S. . (2023). The Needs of Using Information Technology for Learning Based upon the Opinions of Nursing Students College of Nursing under the Faculty of Nursing, Praboromarajchanok Institute Ministry of Public Health. Journal of Research in Nursing-Midwifery and Health Sciences, 43(1), 94–104. Retrieved from
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