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(2015). Mobile wellness application-seeking behavior by college students—An exploratory study. ABSTRACT This research explored the mobile wellness application-seeking behavior of college students. In particular, it examined what sources students used to obtain wellness information, what wellness applications students used and for what purposes, how they(More)
This paper reports on an exploratory study aimed to collect preliminary data on the credibility assessment of health-related online resources by older adults (OAs), which then would be used to develop a population-specific survey instrument and controlled experiments. The paper defines a methodology and reports on preliminary findings on how credibility(More)
This study explored the effect of public library activities on reading achievement of 1<sup>st</sup> grade students, using the ECLS-K (Early Childhood Longitudinal Study-Kindergarten). The results from Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA) indicate that children's reading Item Response Theory (IRT) scores were significantly related to whether their parents had a(More)
This study aims to examine senior citizens' credibility assessment of online health information by using mixed methods consisting of a log analysis and focus groups. In particular, a log analysis will show "which" websites senior citizens often visit and stay at for a long time. In addition, focus groups will show "why" senior citizens use certain websites(More)
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