Internet-Based Public Health E-Learning Student Perceptions: An Evaluation from the People's Open Access Education Initiative (Peoples-uni)
Open Learning Volume 27, Number 3, ISSN 0268-0513
Current public health training infrastructure and facilitators in most developing nations are insufficient relative to public health service delivery needs. We examined five areas of student perceptions of a web-based public health learning initiative, the Peoples-uni, which focused on: reasons for enrolling, learning expectations; technical aspects of course modules; usefulness of prescribed learning materials; and encumbrances to participation in learning activities amongst the second cohort to enrol as students. Students were generally positive about the experience, with the majority wishing to gain academic credit, continue with the course, and recommend it to others. Other issues were identified on which the course organisers have subsequently acted, such as improved tutor training. (Contains 6 tables and 1 note.)
Awofeso, N., Philip, K. & Heller, R.F. (2012). Internet-Based Public Health E-Learning Student Perceptions: An Evaluation from the People's Open Access Education Initiative (Peoples-uni). Open Learning, 27(3), 215-226. Retrieved December 13, 2018 from https://www.learntechlib.org/p/68737/.
A large-scale Internet /computer-based, training module: dissemination of evidence-based management of postpartum hemorrhage to front-line health care workers
Karim Abawi, Lynn Gertiser & Raqibat Idris, The Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Switzerland; José Villar, Oxford Maternal and Perinatal Health Instsitute, Switzerland; Ana Langer & Alison Chatfield, Harvard School of Public Health, United States; Aldo Campana, The Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research, Switzerland
International Journal on E-Learning Vol. 16, No. 4 (October 2017) pp. 317–328
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