Review of Lt
Tony Wales

Retired University Nurse Lecturer

University of the West of Scotland, Northern Ireland

Used Lt weekly for 5 years+

Oct 2023

I have used many programmes over my years in nursing but this platform suited the school of nursing as it contained almost everything we needed to teach nurses conditions and the patient as a whole plus the opportunity to edit our existing lessons into Lt. As administrators and lecturers we could tailor the lessons/modules to our curriculum. It also allowed us to present assessments in a more varied way to the students rather than platforms such as Blackboard / Moodle. I also developed lessons in conjunction with our clinical simulation delivery. In Scotland, Kt users from a variety of different schools collaborate together with common goals I also gave the advantage that most customers don’t that I visited and worked with the teams at ADI 77 Vogel St and was iniressec by their ethos and approach to their goals and always striving to serve their users. Thank you

Reply from Lt:Thank you for your ongoing support of Lt Tony! We have been lucky to have you provide feedback on Lt - and we've learned a lot about nursing needs through you. We're looking forward to making nursing education even better in the future!
Tony Wales found Lt:
  • Moderately reduces teacher workload
    Previous .ppt presentations were converted into Lt with student participation
  • Significantly improves teaching efficiency
    Interactive rather than presentation in lecture theatre. Pre work prior to clinical skills sessions. Use of ‘real’ patients whereas before ‘made-up’ scenarios. I could add many more examples
  • Moderately improves attainment
    Students working through lessons working to towards a comprehensive understanding of a condition. Lessons were tweaked for the different year groups to fed knowledge into their grasp of conditions
  • Significantly builds student knowledge
    We know from written feedback, short surveys and verbal feedback of student groups Lt was welcomed by the majority of students after its initial introduction as third year students had not been involved before whereas first year student were given their licences in the first month
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