Student Perceptions of Various E-Learning Components
Nicole Buzzetto-More, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, United States
IJELLO Volume 4, Number 1, ISSN 1552-2237 Publisher: Informing Science Institute
Learning that is facilitated by electronic technologies, otherwise known as e-Learning, can be either fully online, mixed mode (also known as hybrid), or web assisted; however, regardless of the delivery method, there are numerous tools and features at the disposal of students and instructors, and it is important for the e-learning community to examine both preferences and usage of these features. This paper presents the findings of a comprehensive study that examined the e-learning perceptions and preferences of students enrolled at a historically black university. During this study a series of courses were specially designed to be intensive hybrid learning experiences. The Blackboard CE 6 Course Management System was adopted and paper-less learning experi- ences created. The results of the analysis indicate that students find course Websites to be helpful resources that enhance the understanding of course content, and that these Websites will continue to have an impact on higher education in the future. The examination of individual e-learning components indicated that students responded favorably to most available features. The strongest preference noted in this study was towards the online submission of assignments, with students overwhelmingly noting that they like having the ability to check their assignment grades online.
Buzzetto-More, N. (2008). Student Perceptions of Various E-Learning Components. Interdisciplinary Journal of E-Learning and Learning Objects, 4(1), 113-135. Informing Science Institute.
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