Construction safety training via e-Learning: Learning effectiveness and user satisfaction
Computers & Education Volume 55, Number 2, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
In Taiwan, promoting knowledge of “Labor Safety” which relates to life and work right is very important. Safety training and learning effectiveness become essential issues of adult learning. To reduce the costs of educational training, enterprises have also started to aggressively introduce e-learning education training. Unlike the construction industry, few studies have investigated the effectiveness of e-learning and conventional learning. This study tested the effectiveness of the safety education to prevent falls by different learning modes used to assess safety behavior and learning effectiveness during the education training period. According to the average pass rate, satisfaction degree of course and total number of unsafe behavior, the e-learning mode improves learning effectiveness. Additionally, when the e-learning mode is introduced in the construction safety education training, the labor can use the teaching material more independently and multimedia system, such as animated teaching materials, case teaching, and repeated course learning, to reduce the error rate of operation, property loss rate, and light (heavy) injury. Under this condition, the e-learning mode is positively associated with the learning effectiveness of construction safety education training. High learning effectiveness promotes safe behavior during construction operations.
Ho, C.L. & Dzeng, R.J. (2010). Construction safety training via e-Learning: Learning effectiveness and user satisfaction. Computers & Education, 55(2), 858-867. Elsevier Ltd.
- adult learning
- Applications in subject areas
- Construction Industry
- electronic learning
- Error of Measurement
- Foreign Countries
- improving classroom teaching
- information technology
- instructional materials
- Learning Modalities
- media in education
- Multimedia Materials
- multimedia/hypermedia systems
- Safety Education
- User Satisfaction (Information)
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