Curriculum resource use and relationships with educational outcomes in an online curriculum

  • Woods C
  • Kemper K
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Abstract

PURPOSE: Web-based continuing education (CE) offerings have increased dramatically, yet educators know little about factors influencing resource use within online curricula or relationships between resource use and educational outcomes., METHOD: The authors conducted a study of online curriculum delivery to health care professionals in 2004 and 2005. The authors assessed knowledge and confidence regarding content (herbs and dietary supplements) at baseline and completion. They assessed hours spent and use of three resources (modules read, links accessed, and listserv participation) and how these effected change of knowledge and confidence., RESULTS: Median time spent on the curriculum was 7 to 10 hours. Three quarters of participants read 36 to 40 modules; half accessed

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