Measuring Effectiveness of Health Education in a Web-Based Learning Environment: A Preliminary Report
Higher Education Research and Development Volume 18, Number 2, ISSN 0729-4360
A study with 62 students compared the effectiveness of face-to-face and World Wide Web-based instruction in the Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) segment of an undergraduate health-education course. Results suggest collaborative learning activities were more effective in the Web-based than in the class environment; students perceived the Web-based method to be more effective at facilitating understanding. (Author/MSE)
Lockyer, L., Patterson, J. & Harper, B. (1999). Measuring Effectiveness of Health Education in a Web-Based Learning Environment: A Preliminary Report. Higher Education Research and Development, 18(2), 233.
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