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    Title: Developing a Measuring Scale for Students’ Mobile Learning of Health Technology Literacy in Technological Colleges
    Authors: Chin-Mou Cheng
    Contributors: 輔英科技大學 共同教育中心 人文與社會組
    Date: 2008-04-06
    Issue Date: 2010-09-28 10:04:11 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This study intended to develop a scale to examine the current situation of students' literacy about health technology, testing a model for students' health in technological colleges to construct the contents of health technology literacy by using several theories. To achieve this goal, the following methods were applied: literature review, Delphi survey, professional interview and sampling questionnaire survey. Through the structure equation modeling (SEM) with two-order confirmatory factor analysis, validity and reliability analysis, the model was tested with good fit, and the contents were certainly a second-order factor of health technology literacy, including first-order factors, that is, cognition, innovation propensity, health belief and knowledge sharing. And then, by using a survey method with cluster and stratified random sampling from 16 technological colleges in Taiwan, 3, 600 questionnaires were sent out, and 3, 012 effective questionnaires were returned; the survey reached 83.67% of return-ratio. The results indicated that the students' literacy content of health technology consisted of cognition, innovation propensity, belief and knowledge sharing, according to the theories of planning behavior, social cognition, innovative diffusion, technology acceptance and health belief. The model of students' literacy contents of health technology was tested with good fit via the structural equation modeling (SEM), and it revealed, via SEM test, that a scale could be developed with high validity and reliability to examine the current situation of students' literacy about health technology. Finally, conclusions and suggestions were advanced as references for the curriculum teaching and research in universities and industries in order to benefit the teachers and practitioners in mobile learning.
    Relation: 8th WSEAS International Conference on Applied Computer and Applied Computational Science,p. 361-367, 杭州
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