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Identifying the Impact of Various Course Elements of Learning Management Systems

  • The digital transformation of higher education demands effective and efficient methods for learning support and assessment of learning processes. This paper relates learning support and assessment to each other in the context of learning management systems. It refers to previous studies carried out in multiple introductory economic courses of the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida which examine possible connections between the use of digital tests and learning success, investigate student’s acceptance and self-perceived learning success with respect to the webbased portion of a blended course and a purely online based course. Based on a survey (n = 71) and a quantitative analysis (n = 214) with logging and exam assessment data, the previous work shows that students approached the web-based course portion with rather reserved attitudes. Still, they perceived the individual course elements, namely videos, podcasts, interactive worksheets, online tests, and a comprehensive PDF file to be beneficial to their learning experience. Especially we could indicate a positive correlation between the points students achieved in the online tests and the exam results.

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Author:Ruben T. Wittrin, Volker Tolkmitt
Parent Title (German):NextGen Scientific Review
Subtitle (German):Annual Perspectives on Next Generation Science
Publisher:Hochschulverlag Mittweida
Place of publication:Mittweida
Document Type:Final Report
Year of Completion:2023
Publishing Institution:Hochschule Mittweida
Release Date:2023/01/30
Tag:learning motivation
GND Keyword:Fernunterricht; Integriertes Lernen; E-Learning; Lernerfolg
Page Number:7
First Page:47
Last Page:53
Open Access:Frei zugänglich
Licence (German):License LogoUrheberrechtlich geschützt