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2019, Cilt 9, Sayı 2, Sayfa(lar) 342-348
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DOI: 10.5961/jhes.2019.336
Do Individual Innovation Characteristics Affect Readiness Online Learning?
Yeliz SÜRME, Yağmur SEZER EFE, Özlem CEYHAN, Sevda KORKUT, Nuray CANER
Erciyes University, Faculty of Health Sciences, Department of Nursing, Kayseri, Turkey
Keywords: Individual innovation, Nursing, Online learning

This study was conducted as a descriptive study to determine the effect of individual innovativeness of nursing students on the readiness of online learning. This study has a total of 1040 students who were enrolled in Erciyes University Health Sciences Faculty Department of Nursing in the 2017-2018 academic year. The number of students included in the study according to the known universal sample was calculated as 300, but the study was completed with 573 students voluntarily participating in the study. Erciyes University, Social Sciences and Humanities written permission was taken from the Ethics Committee and written informed consent was taken from students. The data were collected by the researchers using the Personal Information Form, the Individual Innovation Scale, and the readiness to online learning scale. The analysis of the data, descriptive statistics, Kruskal-Wallis and posthoc Bonferroni, Mann Witney U, Spearman correlation analysis were used. The mean age of the students was 21.0± 2.8. Of the students; 32.8% were in the fourth grade, 81.3% were women, and 62.1% were living in the province center. Of the nursing students; 54.8% selected voluntarily nursing profession, 45.9% selected nursing profession because of job opportunities. The mean scores of the Individual Innovativeness Scale (ISS) and Online Learning Readiness Scale (OLRS) respectively were 58.20±12.24 and 50.86±18.95. When the individual innovation scale and the subscale scores of the students were compared according to their classrooms, it was determined that the total score averages of the fourth-grade students were higher than the other classes. (p<0.05). When the average scores OLRS were compared, average scores of first-grade students were higher than the other grades (p<0.05). Nursing student’s level of readiness for online learning with their individual innovativeness features was low; there was a positive relationship between individual innovation and online learning readiness. Students are more likely to be ready for online learning in the first year; innovations develop as class levels increase. It is suggested to add to the course content of innovation related skills in order to enhance students’ readiness for online learning.

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