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  1. 1. Mastery of Aging WellMastery of Aging Well E-learning and DVDsE-learning and DVDs Chris LaBelleChris LaBelle chris.labelle@oregonstate.educhris.labelle@oregonstate.edu
  2. 2. BackgroundBackground “Written and narrated by Sharon Johnson, OSU Associate Professor in Family and Community Health, this interactive five-part online course explores practical, research- based solutions to many of the problems that you or aging family members may be encountering.”
  3. 3. Basic Approach and Design RigorBasic Approach and Design Rigor Peer-reviewed content: external consultant with expertise in health/gerontology and faculty advisory team Narrated slide shows with audio-visual elements Surveys polled 300 potential audience members Usability evaluation of 100+ users
  4. 4. Five ModulesFive Modules Memory Difficulties: Should I be Worried? Depression in Later Life Medication Jeopardy Food as Medicine? Physical Activity and Exercise in Later Life
  5. 5. Courses and Key PartnershipsCourses and Key Partnerships Memory Difficulties: Should I be Worried? Depression in Later Life Medication Jeopardy Food as Medicine? Physical Activity and Exercise in Later Life USDA Grant & AARP Partnership Tier 1 (free online course) Tier 2 (online instructor-led course) Tier 3 (DVDs for TV)
  6. 6. Course Framework (tier 1)Course Framework (tier 1)
  7. 7. Course Framework (tier 2)Course Framework (tier 2)
  8. 8. • Graphic design • Hyperlinks • Audio levels • Navigation • Accessibility Design ConsiderationsDesign Considerations • Interactivity • Fonts • Visual elements • “How to” / Help
  9. 9. What Would You Change? (100+ evaluators)What Would You Change? (100+ evaluators) Content – no comments Format - More print out material (4) - More section breaks (2) - Too long (1) Presentation - More emphasis (more voices/color) (4) - Slow down pacing (2)
  10. 10. What Would You Change? (100+ evaluators)What Would You Change? (100+ evaluators) Content - Organization of content good (20) - Held my attention (10) Format - Multimedia (audio-visual) approach helpful (15) - Enjoy being able to view at home (7) Presentation - Appropriate pacing (16)
  11. 11. Thank you! Sharon Johnson s.johnson@oregonstate.edu Chris LaBelle chris.labelle@oregonstate.edu

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