Before writing this article, a computerized literature search was clone using online library services, articles were printed from e-journals. and a word-processing program was accessed on a lap-top personal computer. Such use of technology is well established and pervasive in higher education. It is so common as to be often transparent. For the past 30 years. the world has been host to a phenomenon the RAND organization calls the "information revolution." The United States has been a leader in developing and absorbing the new technologies into the patterns of everyday life. Most Americans. if they think about it at all. would say that the information revolution is inevitable. irresistible. and of benefit to society.' This article presents five axioms for nurse educators trying to adjust to the changes in nursing education inspired by technology.
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