Lorraine Stanton


Lorraine Stanton/Lorraine Charron, University of North Carolina

The teacher becomes the student first in the virtual world. Now that education has experienced its initiation, how this learning tool will enhance educational’s reach is Lorraine’s continuing fascination. Working closely with nursing students online, how the immersive nature of the media, the social dynamic that evolves, and the enterprising culture that is growing, the way information is absorbed and education delivered has to adapt as well.

Highlights from her article that embellishes overviews by Liane Sebastian/ Eleanor Medier.


Students don’t want to sit in a virtual classroom like they do in real life. They want to do innovative things. They want to be social, role-play, engage in creative pursuits, and experience unique situations. For example, students, who do educational role-play in 1930’s and 1950’s towns, dress and act as gangsters or beatniks. It immerses them in the times they study. —Lorraine Stanton/Lorraine Charron, E-learning educational specialist, doctoral candidate, University of North Carolina

ARTICLE by Lorraine Stanton/ Lorraine Charron, published by Liane Sebastian/ Eleanor Medier:

Experience from Integration

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