Online Bioterrorism Courses Meet Learner Needs

Online Bioterrorism Courses Meet Learner Needs


Full Title: Meeting the Needs of Nontraditional Responders through Successful Online Courses in Bioterrorism Response

Synopsis: Co-authored with Karen Vignare. Describes project conducted by the Monroe County (NY) Health Alert Network and Rochester Institute of Technology to offer a series of asynchronous instructor-led online learning (AILOL) courses designed to enhance the workforce competencies of nontraditional responders in planning for and responding to bioterrorism and other health emergencies. This e-learning initiative had a high course completion rate (84%) with high levels of student satisfaction and success and delivered in a highly cost effective manner. Project results indicate that the AILOL online course model can be implemented successfully in many corporate and government e-learning initiatives.

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Related Presentations: "Fighting Bioterrorism with Instructor-Led Online Learning," Eighth Sloan-C International Conference on Online Learning, Orlando, FL, November 2002.

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