Published: 21 September 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/c34pt8b48g.1
The older adults participants completed two data collection questionnaires. The first one related to: their previous-current experience with technology and eHealth literacy; socio-demographic information (i.e. gender, age, education level, civil status, employment status) and approach with technology; eHealth literacy self-assessment in Likert scale from 1 to 5, presented in the initial module of the training. The final questionnaire included the same eHealth literacy self-evaluation scale and learning quality assessment to ascertain the effectiveness of the pilot training, compared to the beginning of the learning process.
Lifelong Learning, Digital Education, Older Adult, Health Literacy, Training, e-Health