MANOVA Project Name Institution MANOVA Project The one-way MANOVA test was performed on the data using the IBM SPSS Statistics software (Manly & Alberto, 2016). The one-way MANOVA will identify the difference the modes of presentation. The null hypothesis is that the interaction of the modes of presentation has no significant effect on difficulty, usefulness, and importance. The alternative hypothesis is that the interaction of the methods of presentation has a substantial impact on complexity, usefulness, and relevance. The descriptive statistics in REF _Ref506375538 h * MERGEFORMAT Table 1, show that there receiving information directly from the nurse practitioners is the most useful and the most difficult. The interactive website is the seen to be the most important, the least difficult by a small margin and the least valuable. Table SEQ Table * ARABIC 1 Descriptive Statistics Group Mean Std. Deviation N Usefulness online website 21.45 3.804 11 nurse practitioner 23.17 5.750 12 videotape 21.10 4.095 10 Total 21.97 4.633 33 Difficulty online website 9.18 3.125 11 nurse practitioner 9.83 3.881 12 videotape 9.40 1.838 10 Total 9.48 3.043 33 Importance online website 15.64 6.786 11 nurse practitioner 8.67 7.402 12 videotape 8.70 6.430 10 Total 11.00 7.479 33 A substantial statistical difference was not identified between information from the online website, nurse practitioners, and videotapes of nurse practitioners, F (6, 56) = 1.495, p > .0005; Wilk's Λ = 0.743, partial η2 = .138, see REF _Ref506380119 h * MERGEFORMAT Table 2. Therefore, we accept the null hypothesis since Wilks Lambda is greater than the significance level alpha.