Int J Exerc Sci 3(2) : 49-54, 2010. Today’s students have unique learning needs and lack knowledge of core research skills. In this program report, we describe an online approach that we developed to teach core research skills to freshman and sophomore undergraduates. Specifically, we used two undergraduate kinesiology (KIN) courses designed to target students throughout campus (KIN1304: Public Health Issues in Physical Activity and Obesity) and specifically kinesiology majors (KIN1252: Foundations of Kinesiology). Our program was developed and validated at the 2nd largest ethnically diverse research university in the United States, thus we believe that it would be effective in a variety of student populations.
McFarlin, Brian K.; Breslin, Whitney L.; Carpenter, Katie C.; Strohacker, Kelley; and Weintraub, Randi J.
"Leveraging Online Learning Resources to Teach Core Research Skills to Undergraduates at a Diverse Research University,"
International Journal of Exercise Science:
2, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.wku.edu/ijes/vol3/iss2/1