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Mismatched Expectations of Staff and Students Towards Blackboard. Teaching And Learning Conference 2006. Elisabeth Yaneske. Andrew Bingham. 3-Part Study. Background – e-learning. Students encouraged to use Blackboard (e-learning environment) for many modules within the School Of Computing
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Teaching And Learning Conference 2006
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Part 1 – e-learning Attitude Survey
Part 2 – Sociabilty
Part 3 – Current Usage & Expectations Of Blackboard Within SCM
Q8 Outcome: Most mature students felt that it is important to attend all tutorials.
Over a third of traditional students disagreed with this. (Only some tutorials of value to them?)
Q9 Outcome: Traditional students attend when they need help.
Many Mature students find value in tutorials even though they don’t need help.
Q33 Outcome: More Mature students feel that lectures are a passive learning experience, although a significant number of traditional students also have this opinion.
Q20 Outcome: Mature students felt more strongly that attendance was important even though they said they didn’t need help to complete tasks and majority said that lectures did not add to the online notes.
Q12 Outcome: More mature students prefer to be handed tasks, rather than obtain them online. Potentially mature students more familiar with paper based tasks.
Q6 Outcome: Mature students prefer to ask questions face-to-face
Q32 Outcome: Mature students feel more strongly that they learn when others ask questions in lectures.
Outcome: Average with a
slight tendency to be slightly
Course Content / Staff Contact
Discussion Board*Key Findings From The Survey – Blackboard Usage
Comparison of Staff and Student Blackboard Usage
Lack of Control over Environment
Some staff using intranet page instead
No ‘one-stop-shop’ for students
Question Asked To Students. Taking into account all the online resources you are directed to use in your modules, which is the most useful and why?
No Mention Of LRC