Journal of Nursing Education

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Faculty Q&A 

Faculty Q&A

  • Journal of Nursing Education. 2007;46(10)
  • Posted April 3, 2012

Abstract

EXCERPT

What are the advantages and limitations of PowerPoint®? I’m concerned that my students are not actively engaged in my lectures, yet they demand that all of the classes be on PowerPoint and that I send them the slides beforehand. This seems to be the convention at my school.

How do faculty members deal with students who have tongue piercings? The piercing becomes very obvious when a student lisps.

I am a tenured faculty member who is considering taking a position in another institution that requires tenured faculty to undergo post-tenure review. Can you clarify what is involved in post-tenure review?

Abstract

EXCERPT

What are the advantages and limitations of PowerPoint®? I’m concerned that my students are not actively engaged in my lectures, yet they demand that all of the classes be on PowerPoint and that I send them the slides beforehand. This seems to be the convention at my school.

How do faculty members deal with students who have tongue piercings? The piercing becomes very obvious when a student lisps.

I am a tenured faculty member who is considering taking a position in another institution that requires tenured faculty to undergo post-tenure review. Can you clarify what is involved in post-tenure review?

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