Effects of Interactive Multimedia Training on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Self-Efficacy of Social Work Students

  title={Effects of Interactive Multimedia Training on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Self-Efficacy of Social Work Students},
  author={A. Elizabeth Cauble and Linda P. Thurston},
  journal={Research on Social Work Practice},
  pages={428 - 437}
Objective Building Family Foundations (BFF), an interactive multimedia (1M) training curriculum for child welfare workers, and its use with baccalaureate social work students is described. Students’ attitudes toward technology and multimedia, instructional efficacy, and knowledge acquisition were examined. Method Social work students viewed selected units from BFF and completed pretests and posttests using the BFF Competency Rating Scale (CRS), the Child Welfare Knowledge Assessment (CWKA), and… 

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