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Presentation
Photovoice as a Service Learning Assessment Tool: Feasibility and Validity Evidence
Poster presentation at the Gulf South Summit (2015)
  • Moya L. Alfonso, Georgia Southern University
Abstract
Little is known about the use of service learning in public health education and appropriate methods for assessing whether it results in increased uptake of public health concepts and skills. The purpose of this poster is to present the results of a study designed to determine whether Photovoice is a feasible and valid approach to assessing the effects of service learning on master’s level community health students’ perceived learning gains and self-efficacy. 
Keywords
  • Photovoice,
  • Public health,
  • Photovoice as a service learning assessment tool,
  • Service learning,
  • Public health education
Publication Date
March 12, 2015
Location
Little Rock, Arkansas
Citation Information
Moya L. Alfonso. "Photovoice as a Service Learning Assessment Tool: Feasibility and Validity Evidence" Poster presentation at the Gulf South Summit (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/moya_alfonso/176/