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Evaluation of Student Knowledge and Satisfaction Toward Technology-Based Instructional Resources in Diabetes Education (DM Educate)

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Objective: To evaluate student knowledge of diabetes management after utilization of DM Educate, a web-based, comprehensive diabetes course, and student satisfaction of the course content and web-based design.

Methods: Students at colleges of schools of pharmacy utilizing DM Educate as a stand-alone elective course will be asked to participate in the course evaluation. Evaluation of student learning will be assessed though the Pre- and Post-Course Knowledge Test which comprises of 34 questions, 2 to 3 randomly selected from each of the 12 DM Educate modules. This test is for evaluation purposes only and will not affect student course grades. Student satisfaction will be assessed though a Post-Course Student Satisfaction questionnaire focusing on course content, design, technical aspects and influence of this course on future courses or experiential learning opportunities chosen by the student. All tests and surveys are administered on-line via a password protected commercial survey tool.

Results: One hundred and eighteen students have completed the Pre-Course Knowledge test to date. The Post-Course Knowledge Test will be compared to the Pre-Course results, and the Student Satisfaction Survey results will be analyzed upon course completion in May.

Implications: The results of the student knowledge tests will determine whether learning is facilitated with this technology-based instructional resource and provide support for continued (or discontinued) use of the web-based course. Identification of deficits in student learning and assessment of student satisfaction will aid in making necessary enhancements to the DM Educate content and web-site.
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Hall, Deanne., Meyer, Susan., Drab, Scott. and Smith, Randall. "Evaluation of Student Knowledge and Satisfaction Toward Technology-Based Instructional Resources in Diabetes Education (DM Educate)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida, Jul 14, 2007 <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p196123_index.html>

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Hall, D. L., Meyer, S. M., Drab, S. and Smith, R. B. , 2007-07-14 "Evaluation of Student Knowledge and Satisfaction Toward Technology-Based Instructional Resources in Diabetes Education (DM Educate)" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, Disney’s Yacht & Beach Club Resort, Lake Buena Vista, Florida <Not Available>. 2013-12-15 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p196123_index.html

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Abstract: Objective: To evaluate student knowledge of diabetes management after utilization of DM Educate, a web-based, comprehensive diabetes course, and student satisfaction of the course content and web-based design.

Methods: Students at colleges of schools of pharmacy utilizing DM Educate as a stand-alone elective course will be asked to participate in the course evaluation. Evaluation of student learning will be assessed though the Pre- and Post-Course Knowledge Test which comprises of 34 questions, 2 to 3 randomly selected from each of the 12 DM Educate modules. This test is for evaluation purposes only and will not affect student course grades. Student satisfaction will be assessed though a Post-Course Student Satisfaction questionnaire focusing on course content, design, technical aspects and influence of this course on future courses or experiential learning opportunities chosen by the student. All tests and surveys are administered on-line via a password protected commercial survey tool.

Results: One hundred and eighteen students have completed the Pre-Course Knowledge test to date. The Post-Course Knowledge Test will be compared to the Pre-Course results, and the Student Satisfaction Survey results will be analyzed upon course completion in May.

Implications: The results of the student knowledge tests will determine whether learning is facilitated with this technology-based instructional resource and provide support for continued (or discontinued) use of the web-based course. Identification of deficits in student learning and assessment of student satisfaction will aid in making necessary enhancements to the DM Educate content and web-site.

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