Usage Report through May, 2013

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Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

University of Wisconsin
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Usage Report through May, 2013

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Introduction

We

re glad that you are part of the select campuses that have chosen to improve the
health and wellness of your students through our
Student Health 101

magazine. With
all the decisions facing students today, having another retention tool that provides
accurate student success information can make a major impact in a student

s life
-

and can impact the overall success of your students.


The

purpose

of

this

document

is

to
:


communicate

upcoming

product

improvements


help

you

assess

the

value

that

Student

Health

101

is

delivering

to

your

students
.


help

you

maximize

the

benefits

Student

Health

101

can

deliver

to

the

student

body
.


facilitate

a

two
-
way

flow

of

communication

about

student

engagement

and

improving

the

health

and

wellness

of

your

student

body
.


We

look

forward

to

discussing

these

results

with

you
.



Dan

Wolman


Publisher,

Student

Health

101


866
.
636
.
8336
,

x
1105


dwolman@studenthealth
101
.
com

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

What Does This Report Mean to You?


We

d like to share some thoughts on how other customers evaluate
the usage of
Student Health 101

on their campus


How have you measured reach on any other health and wellness efforts?


When looking at your unique users, be sure to think critically about what
health and wellness promotion has gone on in the past on campus.


How many students typically attend a speaker that comes to campus? Most
customers report spending $3,000 to bring a speaker on campus, only to have
30
-
50 students show up for the event…for only one event.


How much time does operating a peer education team take out of your schedule?
And how many students are they reaching?


How many students frequent non
-
mandatory programs?


How much time does
Student Health 101
take to implement each month?


How much time did you invest in
Student Health 101
, in terms of promoting use on
your campus? Most customers report spending 10 hours or less to reach a
significant number of students.


Want to become even more efficient with
Student Health 101
?


Be sure to touch base with your Relationship Manager, who can share what other
customers are doing to increase usage on their campus

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

How Do We Collect Usage Data?


Student Comments


Each month, we award a $1,000 prize to a random reader who enters the drawing


Students can enter via links within your issue, such as links on the cover


As part of the registration, students can answer (in open text boxes) what they

ve learned from
Student Health 101
, and their thoughts on how to improve


And comments identified as coming from your campus are included in this report


Learning Outcomes


Students can report on which articles they

ve read, and which articles they

ve learned from, as
part of entering to win our $1,000 drawing


Responses identified as coming from your campus are included in this report


Mobile Usage


We utilize basic website statistics tracking to measure usage of your mobile edition


Mobile usage is included on the following slide as part of your usage numbers


Magazine Usage


We utilize an advanced, proprietary system to track magazine session usage


Tracks unique devices (computers) accessing your issue of
Student Health 101


Provides us with sophisticated insight into how students are reacting to various content and
design elements to continue to evolve our user interface


Measures
engagement

time, not readership time


counts time a user is flipping pages,
but not time that the publication is actually open


For example, measuring engagement time prevents us from over
-
reporting on usage if a
student(s) leave the magazine open on their computer overnight

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

What University of Wisconsin
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Students Are Reading the Most…


Most read article, Orientation

12…


Insuffient Data


Most read article, September

12…


Find Your Emotional Strengths


Most read article, October

12…


Eat Right Now: Nutrition Essentials Made Easy


Most read article, November

12…


Health Brief: Good, Quick Sex


Most read article, December

12…


Fling or Forever? How to Find What You're Looking For


Most read article, January

13…


13 Apps for a Healthy 2013


Most read article, February

13…


Solo & Satisfied


Most read article, March

13…


The Five Elements of Fitness


Most read article, April

13…


Top 5 Foods to Power Up Your Plate


Most read article, May

13…


Don't Forget to Remember

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'All of these topics will make a positive impact on my life! Presenting Yourself to Employers is great information for my fut
ure

interviews. And the other healthy living tips were great!'
-

Kari Jo


'As I get closer to graduation, getting my name to employers is important. Also being fit and healthy is something that is
imp
ortant for myself
-

with both parents with high blood
pressure and diabetes. It's always nice to find other ways to make dishes or exercise.'
-

Lauren


'As I get older, my memory seems to be getting worse and worse. I always say that my 7 year old has a better memory than me.
The
se were some good tips.'
-

Heidi


'Do squats while steaming vegetables. Now can you hook me up with that beautiful asian girl? Dang! Makes me want to read more

ar
ticles lol'
-

Justin


'Good basic tips for healthier living'
-

John


'How to manage my time!'
-

Brandee


'I don't usually like change, so this article really helped me with it.'
-

Katlynn


'I have learned a lot about how to stay healthy and how to up my chances of getting future employment.'
-

Courtney


'I have learned that I do sit a lot throughout the day, and I can change that. By, doing little tasks while I am watching TV,

or

cooking something. I think I will try to start moving more.'
-

Kaitlyn


'I learned from presenting yourself to employers. This is a critical topic that many students do not consider. This is your f
irs
t impression to a company or business and potential future
coworkers.'
-

Kim


'I learned that it actually can benefit you a great deal to read nutrition labels. I plan on using the presenting yourself to

em
ployers article to my next interview'
-

Nicholas


'I learned that when watching TV especially with friends by picking a word, phrase or color and when whatever we decided on i
s p
icked we have to do some sort of movement. It will
be great for the body and mind, because it will probably be hilarious.'
-

Angela


'I learned you need to make a conscious effort while learning in order to retain the information. You can only hold 7 bits fo
r a

few dozen seconds, then that information is lost.'
-

Veronica


'I really enjoyed the article, "Creative Ways to Break a Sweat." I think that I will start to do little exercises while I wat
ch
TV. It sounds like an easy way to fit in a workout. I also thought
that the article on food labels was beneficial, because I often just skim food labels and don't always understand what all th
e i
nformation means. I hope to also improve my
memory by applying what I read in the article, "Don't Forget to Remember." Finding ways to get information into my Long
-
term mem
ory could greatly help me in multiple areas
of my life, not just school. I also thought that the article about change was beneficial. I have found ways to cope with chan
ge,

but it is always nice to have new ideas. I also
think that building resiliency will be beneficial no matter what stage I am in my life. Lastly, the article about your online

li
fe's influence on your career was very interesting and
informative. I personally limit what I put online so that my profile will not hinder my future goals. Its interesting to know

th
at more and more employers are looking at your online
profiles when they consider hiring you.'
-

Lindsey


'I really enjoyed the small ways of working out in, "Creative Ways to Break a Sweat."'
-

Nick


'I really liked the creative ways to break a sweat. I thought it was funny and interesting the ideas they came up with doing

th
e things you like and turning them into fun exercises. I also
thought Don't Forget to Remember would really come in handy!'
-

Kaitlin


'I really liked the part of the article about breaking a sweat. It's so true that we all have so many times during the day wh
en
we can engage in some sort of physical activity even though
it may not be your typical exercise. I want to try doing this when I'm watching TV and do some abdominal workouts, push ups,
tri
ceps dips, etc. throughout the TV shows and
commercials.'
-

Aric


'I was amazed at how many employers searched on facebook and google to research their applicants. I have gone back to my fac
ebo
ok page and deleted several pictures that were
borderline inappropriate for employers/supervisors to see. I also searched my name on google to see what came up. Very inte
res
ting, thanks for the article!'
-

Suzanne



Comments from University of Wisconsin
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Students on What They
’ve Learned from May’s Issue

We asked your students to share what they’
ve learned from
Student Health 101
. Below are their voluntary answers.

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'Stay fit and eating right helps the brain improve way much better.'
-

yer


'that i need to be more aware of what i put online and what pictures my friends are putting online of me'
-

Emily


'The article which I found to be the most helpful and interesting was "Don't Forget to Remember". This article was full of di
ffe
rent adivce on how to improve your memory. I found it
interesting that short term memory is actually important at any time you are thinking. The National Institues of Health expla
in
that short term memory has a capacity of storage
of about seven times and each only last a few dozen seconds.'
-

Haley


'What I learned from the Don't Forget to Remember article is that good memory comes from the health of your body and exercisi
ng
your brain. Also, I learned that when under a lot of
pressure, your brain may not function properly and you may not be able to remember certain things because of the stress on yo
ur
brain. What I learned from Presenting
Yourself to Employers is that everything that they can see on your social media sites is being critiqued. Be careful what you

pu
t on the internet and what you text to people
because once it's there, you don't know where it will end up. My favorite article was Creative Ways to Break a Sweat because
it
gave really cool ideas for working out without
going to the gym which is something I've always wanted to know about. There are so many different things that can be used to
aid

you in working out. Something as simple as
dancing around the kitchen or your room to filling up a water bottle with coins and using it as dumbbells helps keep you acti
ve
and untimely in shape. It's easy and fun at the
same time!'
-

JaKeya


'When looking a job, reading "Presenting Yourself to Employers" helped me with first impressions and how to present myself.'
-

N
athan


'Working on memory improvement can be easier than you think. Your brain needs exercise and nutrition just as much as your bo
dy
does. I also liked the article about Presenting
Yourself to Employers. As a person searching for employment, I thought the information about social media and professional e
tiq
uette was helpful.'
-

Jennifer


'Yes'


Amanda

In the article Presenting Yourself to Employers, I learned how in depth college admissions are and couldn't help but think ho
w e
mployers probably go just as in depth when
researching job candidates. I thought it was interesting that not only did the Google and Facebook applicants but also that t
hey

were looking to see how well they would fit in
with the atmosphere at that school. I always assumed they were just looking for negatives or 'red flags' but that they were l
ook
ing for positive things and looked more into a
person's personality, I thought that was pretty cool. In the article Don't Forget to Remember! I knew the difference betwee
n S
hort term and Long term memory from general
psychology Freshman year but I did not know that the short term memory only hold about seven different pieces of information.

Th
at blew my mind, one really needs to study
ridiculously hard to put information on a test in their long term memory if they want any chance at acing it. It really has m
ade

me want to study extra hard next semester. In
the article How to Adapt When Change Happens I closely related to the feelings that most people are experiencing. I appreciat
ed
the Building Blocks of Resilience article it's
nice to identify what others are going through and what to expect to better prepare myself for my time abroad next semester.
I n
eed to remind myself to be confident in myself
and my decisions when traveling alone. Unwrap the Facts: Translating Nutrition Labels reminded me of a lot. I love eating
hea
lthy and learning about my own health and how
I can better it. Over the summer I will have time to really focus on learning about nutrition and reading labels more closely
. O
ne fact I took from the article is to really pay
attention to what the label is actually saying when an item says it is "low, light or lean" and not pay as much attention to
the

calories. Calories are important but not the only
important thing on a label. In the final article, Creative Ways to Break a Sweat I really enjoyed reading different ways t
o w
orkout while doing other things around the house.
My favorite was the tips on cooking. Over the summer I will be doing a lot of cooking for myself so I especially appreciated
the

tips on what to do while microwaving something
and boiling water, I have already done them a couple times!'
-

Heidi


'It's important to think before I say or do something public especially online and when it is in writing. Especially when the
re
might not be a chance to explain myself and others would
misunderstand what I was trying to portray.'
-

Angela




























We asked your students to share what they’
ve learned from
Student Health 101
. Below are their voluntary answers.

Comments from University of Wisconsin
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Students on What They
’ve Learned from May’s Issue

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'"Presenting Yourself to Employers" had helpful information.'
-

Nathan


'Anything that has to do with quick easy meals'
-

Lauren


'Be more healthy'
-

Garrett


'creative ways to exercise'
-

Aric


'Doing push ups or sit ups during commercial breaks of tv shows.'
-

JaKeya


'Don't Forget to Remember will help me work on imporving my memory and hopefully help me in school.'
-

Kaitlin


'exercising tips'
-

Alyssa


'How to be healthy'
-

Brandee


'How to build a professional image online'
-

Michaela


'How to get better sleep'
-

Danielle


'I already utilize most techniques discussed in this issue.'
-

Brittany


'I am going to try some of the creative ways to break a sweat'
-

Amanda


'I am going to try the different ways to exercise your core muscles.'
-

Kaitlyn


'I didn't read any of it.'
-

Lisa


'I plan to workout while watching TV.'
-

Lindsey


'I realize the importance of what I do online in writing and how it might affec what others think about me, especially possib
le
employers.'
-

Angela


'I tried the doing the creative ways to break a sweat and they actually work, so I think I am going to try doing those ideas
mor
e often.'
-

Courtney


'i will be more aware of the pictures i put online and the pictures my friends put up with me in them'
-

Emily


'I will become more active on line. I found it interesting that one could be preceived as "irrelevant" . I have a limited p
res
ence on
-
line and I think it could be holding me back. And as I
further my online presence, I will keep in mind professional etiquette.'
-

Jennifer


'I will creatively work out while doing the small things such as cooking.'
-

Nick

What University of Wisconsin
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Students Have Learned and Are Applying to Their Daily Lives

We asked students if they had learned something from May’s
Student Health 101
that they could apply to their daily
lives. Here’s a summary of their feedback, along with open
-
ended text comments on what they’ve learned:


85% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.


34% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on
campus, ask for help, take advantage of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.



Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'I will do the crunches in this issue'
-

Kendra


'I will make sure to be self
-
aware of what I am doing on the internet.'
-

Angela


'I will now be more cautious of my facebook account and who is able to see what I post and pictures I am tagged in.'
-

Suzanne


'I will take with me this quote from "Dont forget to Remember"
-

"A strong memory depends on the heatlh and vitality of your who
le body, and exercising your brain regularly."'
-

Haley


'Memory
-
making a conscious effort to remember things that need to be remembered.'
-

Veronica


'Not really.'
-

Jessica


'Nutrition labels'
-

John


'Presenting yourself to employers'
-

Kim


'put what i learn into practice'
-

yer


'Read nutrition labels more'
-

Amanda


'recipes'
-

Jess


'Sleeping more'
-

Danielle


'The nutritional labels are EXCELLENT!!'
-

Kari Jo


'The tips on exercising while doing other household activities (such as cooking and watching tv)'
-

Heidi


'The tips on presenting yourself to an employer i am planning on using during my next interview'
-

Nicholas


'There are creative ways to workout, so I can be working out all the time if I really want to.'
-

Katlynn


'tips for memory'
-

Heidi







What University of Wisconsin
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Stout

Students Have Learned and Are Applying to Their Daily Lives

We asked students if they had learned something from May’s
Student Health 101
that they could apply to their daily
lives. Here’s a summary of their feedback, along with open
-
ended text comments on what they’ve learned:


85% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.


34% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on
campus, ask for help, take advantage of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.



Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'Articles I have read help me make my workouts more fun and enjoyable.'
-

Kaitlin


'Being more active. It's as easy as stretching while microwaving food or doing squats or lunges while listening to music.'
-

JaK
eya


'Every topic always motivates me to be a better person and pass this onto those close to me.'
-

Kari Jo


'I am a distance learner so it would be hard for me to get involved on campus'
-

Heidi


'I am doing those things on my own.'
-

Jessica


'I am off campus'
-

Amanda


'I am off campus'
-

Amanda


'I didn't read any of it.'
-

Lisa


'I don't live on campus but enjoy reading the Student Health 101 when I have time.'
-

Suzanne


'I graduated and will no longer be on campus'
-

Nick


'I just know how to exercise by myself.'
-

Katlynn


'I need to sleep more'
-

Danielle


'I think that some people may benefit from the counseling services at school to help them deal with stress or change in their

li
fe.'
-

Lindsey


'I thought the article on improving your memory and feeding your brain with healthy foods is important I am going to make an
eff
ort to eat healthier.'
-

Jennifer


'im very active currently and am always looking for more ways to get more involved.'
-

Jess


'Nothing sparked my interest really.'
-

Veronica


'Sleeping more'
-

Danielle







How University of Wisconsin
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Students Have Gotten Involved, Asked for Help, or Helped a Friend Based on May’s
Student Health 101

We asked students if anything they’ve seen or read in May’s
Student Health 101
caused them to want to get
involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage of campus resources, help a friend, or otherwise improve
their health? Here’s a summary of their feedback, along with open
-
ended text comments:


85% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.


34% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on
campus, ask for help, take advantage of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.



Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

What University of Wisconsin
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Students Have Learned and Are Applying to Their Daily Lives

Below is a summary of the responses we
've received about what your students have learned in
Student Health 101
.


Year to Date Results

(sample size: 515 students)

84% of students polled responded that they learned something that they would apply to their daily life.

48% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 that caused them to want to get i
nvo
lved on campus, ask for help, take advantage of campus
resources, or otherwise improve their health.

October, 2012 Issue

(sample size: 18 students)

72% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

56% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

November, 2012 Issue

(sample size: 27 students)

82% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

70% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

December, 2012 Issue

(sample size: 23 students)

96% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

65% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

January, 2013 Issue

(sample size: 25 students)

92% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

64% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

February, 2013 Issue

(sample size: 114 students)

79% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

54% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

March, 2013 Issue

(sample size: 103 students)

88% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

43% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

April, 2013 Issue

(sample size: 152 students)

82% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

43% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

May, 2013 Issue

(sample size: 53 students)

85% of students polled responded that they learned something this month that they would apply to their daily life.

34% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 this month that caused them to wa
nt
to get involved on campus, ask for help, take advantage
of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.



Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'
-
'
-

Lauren


'An article about being vegetarian or vegan'
-

Brian


'Another topic I would like to see in the Student Health 101 would be on dieting. I think it would be beneficial to show whic
h d
iets do and don't work and what to be careful of when
trying a new diet.'
-

Heidi


'At this time I do not think anything needs to be changed. The information is interesting and helpful.'
-

Jennifer


'Distant learners'
-

John


'doing good'
-

Emily


'Easy recipes for cheap college students to better their nutrient intake on a budget?'
-

Alicia


'Great stuff!'
-

Kim


'I enjoy all the topics and learn something new or something I could do to help me now and in the future.'
-

Angela


'I like the articles now'
-

Nicholas


'I think that an article about the pros and cons of organic foods would be interesting.'
-

Lindsey


'I think you have really good articles and are doing a great job!'
-

Kaitlin


'I would like to see a more serious fitness plan. Its a great start, but more people need more then curling canned food while

ma
king popcorn.'
-

Justin


'I wouldn't change anything about Student Health 101. From what I have seen it is very well put together and super easy to na
vig
ate.'
-

Haley


'I wouldn't change anything, they present a lot of very good and interesting information.'
-

Courtney


'Importance of sleep and ways to increase time management skills to decrease procrastination.'
-

Aric


'Keep it coming, I love this site!!'
-

Kari Jo


'More articles on fruit and veggies and how to consume it daily'
-

yer


'More interesting articles'
-

Veronica


'More quizes and prizes.'
-

Jessica

We asked students to share their thoughts on to improve
Student Health 101



below comments made in the May
issue. The comments may be useful as you develop additional programming, resources, or custom pages, and
we use the feedback in considering how we'
ll improve
Student Health 101

going forwards.

University of Wisconsin
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Students Share Their Suggestions for
Student Health 101

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

'No!'
-

Garrett


'Nope.'
-

Nathan


'Not that I can think of'
-

Amanda


'Nothing!'
-

Brandee


'Nothing!'
-

Brandee


'nutrition, exercise'
-

Brittany


'One topic I would love to see is how to deal with losing a friend, not necessarily death but just in general like you guys d
on'
t talk anymore. Also, how to make new friends.'
-

JaKeya



























University of Wisconsin
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Stout

Students Share Their Suggestions for
Student Health 101

We asked students to share their thoughts on to improve
Student Health 101



below comments made in the May
issue. The comments may be useful as you develop additional programming, resources, or custom pages, and
we use the feedback in considering how we'
ll improve
Student Health 101

going forwards.

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Student Health 101

May Learning Outcomes


Each
Student Health 101

article is written with specific learning outcomes in mind


Below is a summary of the learning outcome goals for your May issue articles.


Creative Ways to Break a Sweat

Learn how to integrate fitness into everyday tasks and activities; Consider creative ways to add physical activity into socia
l a
ctivities; Understand
that even small efforts, when added up, can have a positive impact on health.


Don't Forget to Remember!

Understand how memories are formed; Consider situations throughout life that require memory and recall skills; Learn techniqu
es
for strengthening
information retention.


Presenting Yourself to Employers

Understand how potential academic and career connections utilize online information when researching candidates; Consider how

to

use social
-
networking and other Web sites appropriately, given the above; Expand knowledge of online resources for academic and professi
ona
l
networking, and how to use them.


Unwrap the Facts: Translating Nutrition Labels

Understand each element of standard food labeling; Consider how to evaluate a food’s nutritional value based on this informat
ion
; Gain awareness
of how to use this information when selecting foods and groceries.


How to Adapt When Change Happens

Identify the risks and opportunities of change, and the feelings these elicit; Learn how to move successfully through periods

of

transition; Consider
how to call upon a support system to ease periods of change.





Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

We asked students to report on what they

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Article

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72% (39)

15% (8)

13% (7)

Don't Forget to Remember!

72% (39)

11% (6)

17% (9)

Presenting Yourself to Employers

78% (42)

9% (5)

13% (7)

Unwrap the Facts: Translating Nutrition Labels

63% (34)

11% (6)

26% (14)

How to Adapt When Change Happens

65% (35
)

15% (8)

20% (11)

Student Responses (sample size): 54 students

University of Wisconsin
-
Stout

Students Report on What They Learned in the May Issue

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

All
Student Health 101

Subscription Base Report on What They
Learned in the May Issue

Article Name

Read and Learned from
Article

Read and Didn

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Creative Ways to Break a Sweat

69% (13,043)

11% (2,121)

20% (3,764)

Don't Forget to Remember!

58% (11,024)

14% (2,618)

28% (5,286)

Presenting Yourself to Employers

63% (11,906)

12% (2,346)

25% (4,676)

Unwrap the Facts: Translating Nutrition Labels

60% (11,327)

15% (2,760)

26% (4,841)

How to Adapt When Change Happens

54% (10,197
)

14% (2,728)

32% (6,003)

We asked students to report on what they learned from reading the May issue of
Student Health 101
.

Below are results from a random sample of all students who accessed the Standard edition
.


Specifically, students who responded selected one of three choices for each articles:


-

I read and learned something from this article


-

I read the article and didn

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Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Below is a summary of learning outcomes from your 2012
-
2013
Student Health
101 issues, based on voluntary student
feedback collected when students register to win that month

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Article Name

Read and Learned from
Article

Read and Didn
't Learn
from the Article

Didn
't Read Article

September, 2012 Issue

Sample Size:


17 students

Can Campus Food Taste Good and Be Good for You?


65%


6%


29%

Budgeting for the Year Ahead


65%


12%


24%

Speaking Up to Prevent Violence in Your Community


47%


12%


41%

Find Your Emotional Strengths


59%


18%


24%

Room to Study


59%


18%


24%

Lean on Me


53%


18%


29%

October, 2012 Issue

Sample Size:


19 students

Exercise Your Way to Success


68%


21%


11%

Earning Extra Credit: Meaningful Internships


53%


26%


21%

Eat Right Now: Nutrition Made Easy


58%


21%


21%

Curing Foot
-
in
-
Mouth Disease: Social Do's and Don'ts


68%


16%


16%

Keep in Touch: Ways to Connect


47%


32%


21%

The Drinking Myth: What's True?


47%


16%


37%

November, 2012 Issue

Sample Size:


28 students

Love Your Body


64%


14%


21%

Is a Friendship Taking Over Your Life?


46%


29%


25%

On Your Honor: How to Achieve Academic Integrity


57%


25%


18%

From ZZZZZZ's to A's: How Sleep Affects Learning


79%


11%


11%

Staying Active No Matter the Weather


82%


4%


14%

Smoking and Stress: Break the Link


39%


7%


54%

University of Wisconsin
-
Stout

Students Learning Outcome Summary, Fall 2012
-
Spring 2013

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Article Name

Read and Learned from
Article

Read and Didn
't Learn
from the Article

Didn
't Read Article

December, 2012 Issue

Sample Size:


24 students

4 Steps to Successful Finals


79%


13%


8%

Fling or Forever? How to Find What You're Looking For


50%


33%


17%

Eat Well in Hectic Times


46%


21%


33%

Fight the Urge to Splurge: 7 Ways to Avoid Monster Spending


67%


13%


21%

How to Manage Stress Now


71%


17%


13%

Get Going! What to Expect When Traveling Abroad


46%


4%


50%

January, 2013 Issue

Sample Size:


27 students

13 Apps for a Healthy 2013


70%


4%


26%

Roommates: Do's & Don'ts Of Sharing Space


70%


7%


22%

No Stove? No Problem! Simple Meal Solutions


70%


4%


26%

What Happens at the Counseling Center?


52%


11%


37%

Let's Talk Sex: 3 Steps for Keeping it Safer


70%


4%


26%

February, 2013 Issue

Sample Size:


130 students

Solo & Satisfied


52%


21%


27%

How to Get More From Your Core


65%


9%


25%

Capturing Your Creativity


63%


15%


22%

Too Much, Too Little: Recognizing Disordered Eating Habits


59%


12%


29%

Stop, Collaborate, and Listen: 5 Tips for Successful Group Projects


55%


14%


32%

University of Wisconsin
-
Stout

Students Learning Outcome Summary, Fall 2012
-
Spring 2013

Below is a summary of learning outcomes from your 2012
-
2013
Student Health
101 issues, based on voluntary student
feedback collected when students register to win that month

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Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

University of Wisconsin
-
Stout

Students Learning Outcome Summary, Fall 2012
-
Spring 2013

Below is a summary of learning outcomes from your 2012
-
2013
Student Health
101 issues, based on voluntary student
feedback collected when students register to win that month

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Article Name

Read and Learned from
Article

Read and Didn
't Learn
from the Article

Didn
't Read Article

March, 2013 Issue

Sample Size:


114 students

The Five Elements of Fitness


73%


11%


17%

The 8
-
Hour Advantage


70%


12%


18%

What's Your Learning Style?


62%


18%


20%

The Study Drug Debate


61%


11%


27%

Feed Your Body, Nourish Your Mind


77%


5%


18%

April, 2013 Issue

Sample Size:


175 students

Top Five Foods to Power Up Your Plate


79%


11%

9%

Beat the Stress Before Your Test


63%


20%

17%

Drinking Differences: Reveal the Reality of Your Body's Reaction


66%


14%

21%

The Social Web: Pros and Cons of Online Connections


46%


24%

30%

Run with Your Passion: How Exercise Can Make a Difference


60%


15%

25%

May, 2013 Issue

Sample Size:


54 students

Creative Ways to Break a Sweat


72%


15%


13%

Don't Forget to Remember!


72%


11%


17%

Presenting Yourself to Employers


78%


9%


13%

Unwrap the Facts: Translating Nutrition Labels


63%


11%


26%

How to Adapt When Change Happens


65%


15%


20%

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65%


15%


20%

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

What Does the Data Mean?


The primary metrics that we use to measure
Student Health 101

are:

Qualitative Data


The page after displays the most popular article from each month.


Self
-
reported learning outcomes from student readers.


Quantitative Data


Total Pages Read


This is the total number of pages that your students have accessed within a
monthly issue of
Student Health 101
.


Desktop Sessions


This is the total number of unique users who have accessed a monthly issue of
Student Health 101

-

so, for example, a student who accesses the issue 3
times will only appear once.


Average Pages Read


This is the average number of pages read by a user before exiting the issue
-

but of course, with any average, some will read more, and some less.


Total Time Active


IMPORTANT! This just measures the time students are actually moving
the pages,
NOT an actual reflection of the time spent reading the content
on the pages.

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Usage Statistics Through May 31st

Distribution Target: All Students, Parents, Faculty and Staff

Primary Distribution: School Sends Emails

TOTAL OF ALL SESSIONS


MAGAZINE AND MOBILE:


4,048

TOTAL of Magazine Monthly Sessions:

3,639

TOTAL Time Active:


#VALUE!

TOTAL of Magazine Pages Read:


56,938

TOTAL MOBILE SESSIONS:

409

Issue

Total
Sessions

Computer
Sessions

Tablet
Sessions

Mobile
Sessions

Total Pages
Read

Average Pages
Read

Total Time Active

Orient.



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0

-

0.00

0:00:00

Sept.



81

77

-

4

1,894

24.60

11:35:11

Oct.



249

218

3

28

3,698

16.96

22:08:55

Nov.



551

483

2

66

8,590

17.78

56:12:43

Dec.



544

490

5

49

5,502

11.23

47:40:13

Jan.



420

384

-

36

4,743

12.35

#VALUE!

Feb.



678

604

7

67

9,661

16.00

50:24:50

Mar.



531

478

6

47

7,074

14.80

35:43:27

Apr.



672

607

8

57

10,728

17.67

52:55:23

May



322

263

4

55

5,048

19.19

20:17:19

Due to technical limitations on mobile phones (Android/iPhone/etc.),

pages read or time spent on mobile phones is not included in the above totals.

There are currently 167 fans of your Student Health 101 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UWStoutStudentHealth101

84% of students polled responded that they learned something that they would apply to their daily life.

48% of students polled responded that they had seen or read something in Student Health 101 that caused them to want to get i
nvo
lved on campus, ask for
help, take advantage of campus resources, or otherwise improve their health.

Orient.



http://readsh101.com/go2uwstout.html

Sept.



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Oct.



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Nov.



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Dec.



http://readsh101.com/uwstout.html?id=b118d1f9

Dec.



http://readsh101.com/uwstout.html?id=b118d1f9

Jan.



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Feb.



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Mar.



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Apr.



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Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Expand Your Promotion with These Innovative
Promotion Strategies


Utilize existing online and in
-
print school publications


Incorporate the text of
Student Health 101

articles


Create your own press release or announcement of the upcoming issue


Consider collaborating with current health programming to promote
Student Health 101


Examples:

U. of Nevada
-
Reno

Cal Poly
-
Pomona

Concordia U. Irvine

(pg. 3)


Distribute Bookmarks and Quick Response (QR) Codes


At local or campus bookstores


In the library


on tables, in books, or involved in the checkout


On fitness equipment in recreation/fitness center(s)


Print a copy of your
Student Health 101

each month


Distribute in high traffic areas


waiting rooms, student centers, fitness centers and more


Include access information and takeaway material that provides the link or QR code for future access


Integrate into Classes


Include a message and the link to the issue on the class syllabus


Encourage professors to display PowerPoint slides before class begins


Collaborate with Other Departments on Custom Pages


Allow other departments a space in your monthly custom pages


Follow
-
up by providing the link to their finished pages in the monthly issues


Encourage your partnered departments to promote to their students


For more information on the above practices, please
contact your Relationship Manager
,
register for a free
webinar

or visit our Support Suite at
http://support.studenthealth101.com

Usage Overview

Through May, 2013

Student Health 101

Recommended Best Practices


Send monthly emails with links to the latest issue of
Student Health 101


Sent twice monthly


Once as early as possible in the month to introduce the new issue


Sent again towards the middle of the month as a reminder


Weekly digest messages if possible


If individual emails are not possible on campus, we suggest taking advantage of other electronic
communication channels, such as digest emails


Use the Stall Street Journal and Table Tents


Announcements on school social media outlets


Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, RSS Feeds, announcement pages or news feeds on Blackboard,
Campus Cruiser, or school portal.


Links on School Websites

-

Health Services, Counseling Services, Student Services, Residential Life and more

-

Student Portal System (i.e. Blackboard, Campus Cruiser, Webmail, etc.)


Utilize customization options


Custom pages and Welcome video



Reach out to parents, families, and supporters to read The Parent Perspective


Links on parent section of school website


Distribution through parents listserv or parents


email addresses

For more information on the above practices, please
contact your Relationship Manager
,
register for a free
webinar

or visit our Support Suite at
http://support.studenthealth101.com