The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) program metadata dataset
Menn, Mindy; Payne-Purvis, Caroline; Alber, Julia; Chaney, J. Don; Chaney, Beth H; Stellefson, Michael; Sneed-Murphy, Suzanne
Undergraduate subject pools are prevalent across disciplines in the United States. The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) Program was the first known course-based subject pool entirely managed and conducted online for online students enrolled in an introductory health education/health promotion course. The program was conducted within five semesters from Spring 2012 through Summer 2013. The HERE Program encompassed 13 studies embedded in two sections of an undergraduate online course at the University of Florida. The studies were all related to course topics and current research topics in health education/promotion (as identified through the Healthy People 2020 Framework). The topics ranged from the relatively less sensitive health aspects of college life (i.e., technology use) to studies assessing more sensitive health topics (i.e., intimate partner violence and sexual assault). In alignment with a best practice in survey design, the HERE Program's survey instruments included one metadata item embedded in each survey to identify which devices students used to complete the surveys. Understanding which devices students used for survey completion has ramifications for survey designers and survey researchers. In contrast to the relative uniformity of pen and paper surveys and control of the survey completion environment, online surveys may not look identical across personal devices and may be completed in increasingly varied environments. All studies, study procedures and protocols, and metadata collection procedures were approved by the university's Institutional Review Board. The data presented here were extracted from each survey's data files and aggregated. The aggregated metadata are available through Mendeley Data in a.csv file for widespread access. Descriptive statistics are presented in tables. The data provided in this article will benefit researchers interested in survey methodology, questionnaire design, modes of survey collection, and survey metadata. The data are hosted in the following Mendeley Data repository: https://data.mendeley.com/datasets/ht9jmd3cdt/2.
Menn, Mindy, & Payne-Purvis, Caroline, & Alber, Julia, & Chaney, J. Don, & Chaney, Beth H, & Stellefson, Michael, & Sneed-Murphy, Suzanne. (January 2020). The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) program metadata dataset. Data in brief, (. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7835
Menn, Mindy, and Payne-Purvis, Caroline, and Alber, Julia, and Chaney, J. Don, and Chaney, Beth H, and Stellefson, Michael, and Sneed-Murphy, Suzanne. "The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) program metadata dataset". Data in brief. . (.), January 2020. August 09, 2020. http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7835.
Menn, Mindy and Payne-Purvis, Caroline and Alber, Julia and Chaney, J. Don and Chaney, Beth H and Stellefson, Michael and Sneed-Murphy, Suzanne, "The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) program metadata dataset," Data in brief 29, no. (January 2020), http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7835 (accessed August 09, 2020).
Menn, Mindy, Payne-Purvis, Caroline, Alber, Julia, Chaney, J. Don, Chaney, Beth H, Stellefson, Michael, Sneed-Murphy, Suzanne. The Health Education Research Experience (HERE) program metadata dataset. Data in brief. January 2020; 29() . http://hdl.handle.net/10342/7835. Accessed August 09, 2020.