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An Analysis of the Effect of Academic Achievement of the College Students Majoring in Health Information Management on the Extent of Need for Developing Digital Learning Tools Related to Medical Terminologies

  • The Journal of Transdisciplinary Studies
  • Abbr : JTS
  • 2022, 6(3), pp.349-366
  • Publisher : The Society for Transdisciplinary Studies
  • Research Area : Interdisciplinary Studies > Interdisciplinary Research
  • Received : July 16, 2022
  • Accepted : October 6, 2022
  • Published : December 31, 2022

Yang Jeong Min 1 Lee Hyeon Ji 1 Min Soo Kim 1 Jae-Hyun Kim 1

1단국대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study is a research study conducted to examine and understand the effect of the academic achievement of the subjects related to the major of the health information management college students on the need for developing the digital learning tools. This study was conducted with the freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors majoring in health information management at University D located in Chungcheong-do, University K located in Uijeongbu, University B located in Busan, University J located in Jeonju, and University S located in Wonju. The purpose of this study was explained to them, and the students who voluntarily agreed to participate in the study were selected, while the analysis was finally conducted for 220 people. To understand the effect of academic achievement on the need for digital learning tools related to medical terminologies, T-Test, ANOVA, and the multiple linear regression were used for analysis. As a result of making correction for other control variables to examine and understand the correlation between the major related academic achievement and the need for medical terminologies related app development and the VR development, the need for developing an app learning tool increased by 0.60 point as the major related academic achievement increased by one unit, while the need to develop the VR learning tools increased by 0.71 point. Furthermore, as a result of the stratified analysis of the correlation between major related academic achievement and the need to develop the digital learning tools according to the Level of English proficiency, the correlation between the academic achievement and the digital learning tools was not significant in the ‘High’ English level group. In the case of this ‘Average’ group, as the major related academic achievement increased by one unit, the need for developing an app learning tool increased by 0.48 point and the need for developing a VR learning tool increased by 0.87 point. When the academic achievement increased by one unit, the need to develop an app learning tool increased by 0.98 point, while the need to develop a VR learning tool increased by 0.65 point. In line with the generalization of wireless communication services and the era of smart phone based learning, it is sought to provide the basic data for the development of digital learning devices which do not exist in the field of health information manager (HIM). Furthermore, if the medical terminologies based digital learning tools, which are the fundamental skills for the major program, are provided for the college students majoring in health information management with a low academic achievement in particular, for the majoring students with a low level of English, then along with the improvement of the major related learning interest and the self-directed learning skills, it is expected that the quality of the HIM will be improved.

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