Wednesday, October 26
5:30 PM-7:30 PM
Grand Ballroom

Designing E-learning Programs that Meet Community Needs in Hawaii

Research/Technical Showcase ID: 14410
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    Katie Klinger
    National University

Abstract: By offering an Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counseling (ADAC) program on site in Hawaii with e-learning student support services and consortia support from the University of Hawaii, Office of the State Director for Career and Technical Education, and the Kamehameha Schools Bishop Estate/Ke Ali’I Pauahi Foundation, California Medical Institute (CMI)/National University Hawaii will be able to offer innovative, yet highly needed, educational opportunities to a currently underserved population who wish to be employed in the health professions. A collaborative team of higher education professionals has identified from evidence-based research that student and program success in the ADAC program depends on the development of a model retention model that ties education to student lives and maximizes the potential of technology to deliver innovative curriculum in Health Care careers in Hawaii.

Presider: Lee Allen, University of Memphis


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