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In an era of budget reductions and cost-cutting, cost and efficiency are primary considerations for institutions of higher learning. And yet, the California State University, Fullerton School of Nursing has been able to continue to provide high quality support services to students while reducing the time required for these functions. The School of Nursing uses video streaming and lecture capture not only for course instruction and distance education, but also for a slew of other campus functions: to develop and capture recruitment sessions for new student cohorts, to advise currently enrolled students, for student and faculty orientation, faculty interviews, guest speakers, and to record brief, targeted modules to orient distance and campus students to the technology used in the program…and the list goes on. Join Marsha Orr as she reveals the secret to their multi-faceted success.
Marsha Orr joined California State University, Fullerton’s Department of Nursing in 2003 as the Distance Education Faculty Liaison. In this role she works with faculty, staff, students, and web masters in the Distance Education program to assist with technology issues, orient faculty, coordinate staff activities and support faculty in their use of technology. Marsha also teaches in the RN to BSN Distance Nursing program, typically with students in their beginning and final semesters. Prior to joining CSUF, Marsha was the owner of a healthcare consulting firm in Mesa, AZ and her clinical nursing background is in infusion, vascular access, home health and specialized nutrition support. Marsha is a graduate of Indiana State University and Syracuse University. She is a member of Sigma Theta Tau and is a faculty advisor of the Upsilon Beta Chapter of the Sigma Theta Tau, Nursing Honor Society at CSUF. Marsha serves on the Technology Committee of the College of Health.