Researching students perceptions of digital content using a perceptual measure

Clayton, John (2006) Researching students perceptions of digital content using a perceptual measure. In: Proceedings of Distance Education Association of New Zealand Biennial Conference: Enabling E-Learning Approaches in C21. Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand, CD.

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As information and communication technologies become more user-friendly, the use of connected computers as a tool in learning and teaching increases. Economies of delivery, the ability to create media-rich content and ease of access are but a few of the perceived benefits of using digitally-created content. However, while it is technically feasible to create and make available digital material a number of issues must be explored before teachers can confidently use these materials. This paper informs educationalists of the process and procedures used in the development of an instrument to investigate students’ perceptions of digital material. It then reports on an exploratory study using the instrument.

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:Conference held 3-5 July, 2006, in Auckland, New Zealand. The conference CD was issued at registration and it does not appear to have a ISSN or ISBN number. I have attached a PDF file of the CD provided.
Keywords that describe the item:perceptual measures, learning objects, learning environments
Subjects:L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions:Corporate > Emerging Technologies Centre
ID Code:45
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Deposited On:10 Nov 2008 19:35
Last Modified:20 Sep 2010 06:28

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