Evaluation of an Online Psychoeducational Career Workshop
Keywords:career workshop, online, psychoeducation, evaluation
A description is provided of the development, delivery and evaluation of an online career development workshop for post secondary students at two colleges and a university in Canada. The workshop was evaluated using prepost tests of knowledge, student selfreports of skill and knowledge acquisition, focus groups, and a comparison between students’ knowledge outcomes for students participating in the workshop online and in person. The results indicated that career development workshops and perhaps other similar forms of student services could effectively be offered online.
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