Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2015): Apr-Jun

Bit by Bit: Using Design-Based Research to Improve the Health Literacy of Adolescents

Bit by Bit: Using Design-Based Research to Improve the Health Literacy of Adolescents

Bit by Bit: Using Design-Based Research to Improve the Health Literacy of Adolescents

Journals

  1. Jayasundara C. Sexual health information seeking behaviour of adolescents and their satisfaction with the information outcome: An application of the theory of motivated information management. The Journal of Academic Librarianship 2021;47(5):102383 View
  2. Pendl D, Maitz K, Gasteiger-Klicpera B. Examining the relationship between health literacy and individual and sociodemographic factors in secondary school students. Journal of Public Health 2024;32(3):531 View
  3. Arena R, Lavie C, Cahalin L, Briggs P, Guizilini S, Daugherty J, Chan W, Borghi-Silva A. Transforming cardiac rehabilitation into broad-based healthy lifestyle programs to combat noncommunicable disease. Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy 2016;14(1):23 View
  4. Domanska O, Firnges C, Bollweg T, Sørensen K, Holmberg C, Jordan S. Do adolescents understand the items of the European Health Literacy Survey Questionnaire (HLS-EU-Q47) – German version? Findings from cognitive interviews of the project “Measurement of Health Literacy Among Adolescents” (MOHLAA) in Germany. Archives of Public Health 2018;76(1) View
  5. McKenney S, Reeves T. Educational design research: Portraying, conducting, and enhancing productive scholarship. Medical Education 2021;55(1):82 View
  6. St. Jean B, Greene Taylor N, Kodama C, Subramaniam M. Assessing the Digital Health Literacy Skills of Tween Participants in a School-Library-Based After-School Program. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2017;21(1):40 View
  7. Ipjian M, Johnston C. Smartphone technology facilitates dietary change in healthy adults. Nutrition 2017;33:343 View
  8. Verma N, Fleischmann K, Koltai K. Human values and trust in scientific journals, the mainstream media and fake news. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2017;54(1):426 View
  9. Scott E, Wenderoth M, Doherty J, Tanner, K. Design-Based Research: A Methodology to Extend and Enrich Biology Education Research. CBE—Life Sciences Education 2020;19(3):es11 View
  10. Wagner T, Howe C, Lewis B, Adame T. Is Your WebLitLegit? Finding Safe and Good Health Information on the Internet. HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice 2022;6(2) View
  11. Bechraki E, Mavrikaki E, Gialamas V, Galanaki E. Development and validation of an instrument for the health literacy assessment of secondary school students (HeLiASeSS). Health Education 2022;122(6):678 View
  12. Arena R, Lavie C, Hivert M, Williams M, Briggs P, Guazzi M. Who will deliver comprehensive healthy lifestyle interventions to combat non-communicable disease? Introducing the healthy lifestyle practitioner discipline. Expert Review of Cardiovascular Therapy 2016;14(1):15 View
  13. Seidel G, Meyer A, Lander J, Dierks M. Facetten von Gesundheitskompetenz. Prävention und Gesundheitsförderung 2020;15(1):65 View
  14. Mathews C, McGuire L, Joy A, Law F, Winterbottom M, Rutland A, Drews M, Hoffman A, Mulvey K, Hartstone-Rose A, Camacho-Rivera M. Assessing adolescents’ critical health literacy: How is trust in government leadership associated with knowledge of COVID-19?. PLOS ONE 2021;16(11):e0259523 View
  15. Pendl D, Maitz K, Gasteiger-Klicpera B. Auf der Suche nach Gesundheitsinformationen im Internet. MedienPädagogik: Zeitschrift für Theorie und Praxis der Medienbildung 2022:43 View
  16. Peffer M, Renken M, Tomanek D. Practical Strategies for Collaboration across Discipline-Based Education Research and the Learning Sciences. CBE—Life Sciences Education 2016;15(4):es11 View
  17. Hassan R, Kamel Elsalamony O, Abdel-Aziz S, Fathelbab M, Aly Sabry H. Digital Health Usage and Awareness among MedicalStudents: A Survey Study. Open Access Macedonian Journal of Medical Sciences 2021;9(E):867 View
  18. Zidoun Y, Kaladhara S, Powell L, Nour R, Al Suwaidi H, Zary N. Contextual Conversational Agent to Address Vaccine Hesitancy: Protocol for a Design-Based Research Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(8):e38043 View
  19. Hicks A, McKinney P, Inskip C, Walton G, Lloyd A. Leveraging information literacy: Mapping the conceptual influence and appropriation of information literacy in other disciplinary landscapes. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science 2023;55(3):548 View
  20. Valerio M, Peterson E, Wittich A, Joseph C. Examining health literacy among urban African-American adolescents with asthma. Journal of Asthma 2016;53(10):1041 View
  21. Lee B, Dixon E, Wales D. Evaluation of Reading Level of Result Letters Sent to Patients from an Academic Primary Care Practice. Health Services Research and Managerial Epidemiology 2023;10:233339282311721 View
  22. Kodama C, St. Jean B, Subramaniam M, Taylor N. There’s a creepy guy on the other end at Google!: engaging middle school students in a drawing activity to elicit their mental models of Google. Information Retrieval Journal 2017;20(5):403 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. DuBoff B. Intersections Across Disciplines. View
  2. Jaeger P, Barlow D, St. Jean B. Celebrating the James Partridge Award: Essays Toward the Development of a More Diverse, Inclusive, and Equitable Field of Library and Information Science. View
  3. Kaufman D, Mirkovic J, Chan C. Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine. View