Title

Video Summary of "How Credible is Online Physical Activity Advice? The Accuracy of Free Adult Educational Materials"

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College - Author 1

College of Science and Mathematics

Department - Author 1

Kinesiology and Public Health Department

Degree Name - Author 1

BS in Kinesiology

College - Author 2

College of Science and Mathematics

Department - Author 2

Kinesiology and Public Health Department

Degree - Author 2

BS in Public Health

College - Author 3

College of Science and Mathematics

Department - Author 3

Kinesiology and Public Health Department

Date

4-2021

Primary Advisor

Jafra D. Thomas, College of Science and Mathematics, Kinesiology and Public Health Department

Abstract/Summary

The uploaded work is a video summary of original research. The video is less than seven minutes long. The original research summarized in the video examined the credibility of physical activity advice presented in online educational materials for lay adults. The video highlights main points of the research, leads the viewer through steps to judge the credibility of lay material, and provides links to resources for further education and guidance. The video has several supplemental files. They are as follows: (a) the full transcript text to the video narration, which includes the links to the resource material that are listed at the end of the video, (b) a copy of the video summary for free download, and (c) a copy of the closed-captioning file with English subtitles. In conclusion, the uploaded video summary and its supplemental files are for use in a variety of educational settings, serving students and professionals.

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