The University of Texas at
Arlington’s College of Nursing, a leader in using technology to enhance
education, has been named a Bronze Winner in the 34th Annual Telly
Awards, a national competition for video production.
IV Therapy video
UT Arlington’s winning entry was
in the Internet/Online Video – Editing category. The instructional video on IV
Therapy was produced by the College of Nursing’s Learning Resource Center using
footage shot at the on-campus Smart Hospital, a 13,000 square foot
simulation center with computerized patients and actors in realistic hospital
The Telly Awards was
founded in 1979 and honors outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials
and programs, the finest video and film productions and online commercials,
video and films. Only about a quarter of the 11,000 entries worldwide are
rewarded with a Bronze-level recognition.
audio visual education specialist for the College of Nursing, led the filming
and editing of the IV Therapy video.
Anderson produces recruitment, instructional and informational videos
for the College of Nursing. The nursing college has received a total of 17 Telly
Awards since 2006.
work of talented people like Dominique ensures that our College of Nursing can
meet students' needs using the latest technology,” said Jennifer Gray, interim
dean of the College of Nursing. “Her contributions give our faculty the ability
to tailor their instruction, deliver it in an exciting, appealing way and share
it online with others."
award-winning video IV Therapy video was used for undergraduate education. It
is available here: http://shangrila.uta.edu/telly.m4v.
Since beginning an
online RN-to-BSN program in 2008, The University of Texas at Arlington College
of Nursing has grown from an enrollment of 1,902 to nearly 8,000 students this
spring. Today, the College of Nursing also offers master’s level programs and a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing in an online format, expanding access by giving
students a choice between traditional curriculum and a degree-plan that
includes online content.
Arlington College of Nursing is one of the largest and most successful nursing
programs in the country, with a 94 percent graduation rate and a 90 percent
licensure testing pass rate for graduates entering the field. For more about
the UT Arlington College of Nursing, visit http://www.uta.edu/nursing/.
The University of Texas at Arlington is a
comprehensive research institution of more than 33,200 students and more than
2,200 faculty members in the heart of North Texas. Visit www.uta.edu to learn more.