J Korean Acad Nurs.  2004 Oct;34(6):994-1003.

Development of Web-based Multimedia Content for a Physical Examination and Health Assessment Course

  • 1Department of Nursing, Sahmyook University, Korea. ohpj@syu.ac.kr
  • 2Department of Computer Engineering, Paichai University, Korea.


This study was to develop Web-based multimedia content for Physical Examination and Health Assesment. METHOD: The multimedia content was developed based on Jung's teaching and learning structure plan model, using the following 5 processes : 1) Analysis Stage, 2) Planning Stage, 3) Storyboard Framing and Production Stage, 4) Program Operation Stage, and 5) Final Evaluation Stage. RESULTS: The web based multimedia content consisted of an intro movie, main page and sub pages. On the main page, there were 6 menu bars that consisted of Announcement center, Information of professors, Lecture guide, Cyber lecture, Q&A, and Data centers, and a site map which introduced 15 week lectures. In the operation of web based multimedia content, HTML, JavaScript, Flash, and multimedia technology(Audio and Video) were utilized and the content consisted of text content, interactive content, animation, and audio & video. Consultation with the experts in context, computer engineering, and educational technology was utilized in the development of these processes. CONCLUSIONS: Web-based multimedia content is expected to offer individualized and tailored learning opportunities to maximize and facilitate the effectiveness of the teaching and learning process. Therefore, multimedia content should be utilized concurrently with the lecture in the Physical Examination and Health Assesment classes as a vital teaching aid to make up for the weakness of the face-to- face teaching-learning method.


Physical examination and health assessment; Multimedia contents

MeSH Terms

*Computer-Assisted Instruction
*Education, Nursing
*Health Status
*Nursing Assessment
*Physical Examination
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