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|Título:||Student performance analysis under different moodle course designs|
|Autor:||Alves, Gustavo R.|
Marques, Maria A.
Silva, António A.
Silva, Juarez Bento da
|Relatório da Série N.º:||Interactive Collaborative Learning;|
|Resumo:||This work extends a recent comparative study covering four different courses lectured at the Polytechnic of Porto - School of Engineering, in respect to the usage of a particular Learning Management System, i.e. Moodle, and its impact on students' results. A fifth course, which includes a number of resources especially supporting laboratory classes, is now added to the analysis. This particular course includes a number of remote experiments, made available through VISIR (Virtual Instrument Systems in Reality) and directly accessible through links included in the Moodle course page. We have analyzed the students' behavior in following these links and in effectively running experiments in VISIR (and also using other lab related resources, in Moodle). This data have been correlated with students' classifications in the lab component and in the exam, each one weighting 50% of their final marks. We aimed to compare students' performance in a richly Moodle-supported environment (with lab component) and in a poorly Moodle-supported environment (with only theoretical component). This question followed from conclusions drawn in the above referred comparative study, where it was shown that even though a positive correlation factor existed between the number of Moodle accesses and the final exam grade obtained by each student, its explanation behind was not straightforward, as the quality of the resources was preponderant over its quantity.|
|Versão do Editor:||http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=6402181|
|Aparece nas colecções:||ISEP – CIETI – Comunicações em eventos científicos|
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