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Evaluation Results of OP4L Learning Environment and Services in Slovenia. Maribor, May 2012. Ines Kožuh, prof. dr. Matjaž Debevc. Bar, Montenegro, 25 th – 26 th June. Research detailes. Company LOGO.

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Evaluation Results of OP4L Learning Environment and Services in Slovenia

Maribor, May 2012

Ines Kožuh, prof. dr. Matjaž Debevc

Bar, Montenegro, 25th – 26th June


Research detailes

Company LOGO

  • The aim of our study: test OP4L learning environment and its services, assess students‘ relationship with collaborative learning

  • evaluation:

    • before testing OP4L learning environment

    • after testing OP4L learning environment


Participants

Company LOGO

  • Computer Science students -1st year (Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science),

  • volunteers signed consent form,

  • 62 participants

    • all male,

    • age in years (Mdn = 20, Mean = 20.73, Min = 19, Max = 25),

    • experience in programming.


Participants

Company LOGO

  • experience in programming (5 levels)


Procedure

Company LOGO

  • Three weeks in May 2012

  • Two classroom meetings:

    • 1st meeting: before testing, instructions were given, questionnaires were filled in,

    • 2nd meeting: after testing, questionnaires were filled in,

  • The task:

    • brainstorming,

    • submission of proposed idea,

    • programming,

    • submission of the program,

    • assessment of the program.


Measures

Company LOGO

  • Quantitative research metod (questionnaires),

  • Evaluation before testing OP4L:

    • A questionnaire on the habits of using Facebook, Facebook chat and Web resources,

  • Evaluation after testing OP4L:

    • A questionnaire on the habits of using Facebook, Facebook chat and Web resources (the same as before testing),

    • A questionnaire on the experience in OP4L learning environment,

    • A questionnaire on collaborative learning and using Facebook in favor of collaborative learning,

    • A questionnaire on the usability of OP4L learning environment (SUS),

    • Motivated strategies on learning questionnaire (MSLQ).


Measures

Company LOGO

  • Likert-type questions and open-ended questions

  • questionnaires were put online.


Statistical analysis

Company LOGO

  • Descriptive statistics,

  • definition of statistically significant relationships (Spearman‘sRho coefficient),

  • Kruskal-Wallis Test (differences among independent samples),

  • SPSS 20.0.


ResultsHabitsof using Facebook,chat and Web resources

Company LOGO

  • Comparison of the results before and after the study


ResultsHabitsof using Facebook,chat and Web resources

Company LOGO

52

8

2


ResultsHabits of using Facebook,chat and Web resources

Company LOGO

32

18

10

2


ResultsExperience in OP4L learning environment

  • Assessment of OP4L services:

    • Recommended peers (idea vs. usage)

    • Recommended readings (idea vs. usage)

  • idea – from pedagogical and functional point of view

  • usage – from pedagogical and functional point of view, technical operation


Results Experience in OP4L learning environment

Company LOGO

3.8347

3.7806

3.3742

3.2231


Results Usability of OP4L learning environment (SUS)

Company LOGO

  • SUS score = 67.38

Source: A. Bangor, P. Kortum, J.A. Miller, The System Usability Scale (SUS): An Empirical Evaluation, International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 24, (2008), 6, pp. 574‒594.


ResultsOpinions on usability of OP4L learning environment

Company LOGO

  • Bad responsiveness of the system.

  • Too many clicks were needed to be able to come to the task.

  • Problems with submitting and assessing the tasks.

  • Communication with others was too complicated.


Results Correlations between usability and OP4L services

Company LOGO

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).


ResultsCollaborative learning and using FB in learning

Company LOGO

  • assessment of collaborative learning,

  • assessment of using Facebook in learning,


Results Correlations among three variables

Company LOGO

**. Correlation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed).


Results Dispersion of data for two variables

Company LOGO


ResultsDifferencesamonggroups in knowledgeofprogramming

Company LOGO


ResultsMSLQ – Motivational strategies

Company LOGO

N = 58 students


ResultsMSLQ – Motivational strategies

Company LOGO

N = 58 students


ResultsMSLQ – Learning strategies

Company LOGO

N = 58 students


ResultsMSLQ – Learning strategies

Company LOGO

N = 58 students


Contact

Company LOGO

University of Maribor,

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and

Computer Science,

Smetanova 17, 2000 Maribor

www.feri.uni-mb.si

Ines Kožuh

e-mail: [email protected]

prof. dr. Matjaž Debevc

e-mail: [email protected]


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