INTERVENTION EFFECTIVENESS OF A DIGITAL LEARNING TRAINING PLAN
Background: In 2000, the Taiwan National Health Research Institutes set up a national health insurance database to promote a longitudinal study on health insurance policy and preventive care. We hope this research course will be implemented through intervention and integration into a digital learning platform to improve the research ability of teachers and students, and enhance their competitiveness in the development and cultivation of application research. Objective: The purposes of this research project are as follows: 1) Kirkpatrick’s training effectiveness evaluation model is used to investigate the effectiveness of teachers and students using digital learning, 2) to understand the satisfaction of teachers and students on this course, and 3) to investigate the effect of personal attributes on digital learning effectiveness and course satisfaction factors. Method: This paper is a pretest–posttest of a quasi-experimental design. The design is intended to create 12 courses for a 60-minute research teaching intervention and digital learning platform, facilitate the participants in drawing up the theme and collect the data, and finally finish the report to realize the teaching intervention effectiveness. The design adopts the structured questionnaire survey to collect data. The objects of study are 30 teachers and students from a science and technology university. The questionnaire is divided into three parts, namely, personal attributes, digital learning training effectiveness, and satisfaction. A five-point Likert scale is used to score expert validity and Cronbach’s α reliability. The data in the form of percentage, average, and ANOVA are analyzed using SPSS 17.0. Result: Result shows that digital learning platform intervention brings a high degree of satisfaction, which is helpful for the study. Associate professors and assistant professors with extensive work experience have higher education effectiveness and are responsible for providing guidance and help to young students. Chinese and English periodicals and Chinese conference papers indicate that the posttest result is higher than the pretest result in the oral and poster presentations. Teachers and students believe that intervention activities can improve knowledge and research skills, and enhance research interest. Therefore, intervention activities are helpful in personal study development. Conclusions: The research and development of gender awareness of teaching materials, we suggest that a research community be established to provide education in the future to create a collective inquiry action and expand collective knowledge and ability.
Keywords: digital learning, research training plan, health insurance database, Kirkpatrick’s evaluation model, effectiveness.
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