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The relation of prior IT usage, IT skills and field of study: A multiple correspondence analysis of first-year students at a University of Technology.
Bettina Mair; Martin Ebner; Walther Nagler; Sarah Edelsbrunner; Sandra Schön
EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2021 (Jul 06, 2021) pp. 304–312
Starting from the question of whether the students in the different fields of study differ in terms of several variables related to IT and learning with IT, namely their general extent of IT usage, the extent of IT usage for learning, the IT skills...
Change of IT equipment and communication applications used by first-semester students from 2011 to 2020 and possible effects of the COVID-19 pandemic: Analysis of a long-term survey.
Walther Nagler; Bettina Mair; Martin Ebner; Sarah Edelsbrunner; Sandra Schön
EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2021 (Jul 06, 2021) pp. 107–114
The technical equipment of first-year students and their preferred communication applications are changing. This paper presents the two latest, unpublished surveys of first-year students at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) from 2019 (N=824)...
Topics: Mobile teaching and learning technologies, Strategies for Educators During COVID 19 Pandemic
A decade of first-semester students surveys concerning IT equipment and communication applications and effect of Covid-19 related experiences for first-year students in 2021.
Walther Nagler; Sandra Schön; Bettina Mair; Martin Ebner; Sarah Edelsbrunner
EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2022 (Jun 20, 2022) pp. 1060–1067
The technical equipment of first-year students and their preferred communication applications are changing, perhaps also influenced by their experiences in the Covid-19 pandemic concerning digital teaching and learning. This paper presents the 2021...
Patterns of quiz attempts in a MOOC. The full-points-pattern and other patterns on the way to a successful MOOC in a lecture setting
Bettina Mair; Sandra Schön; Martin Ebner; Sarah Edelsbrunner; Philipp Leitner; Angela Schlager; Martin Teufel; Stefan Thurner
EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2022 (Jun 20, 2022) pp. 1169–1179
The analysis of learner data in MOOCs provides numerous opportunities to look for patterns that may indicate participants' learning strategies. In this article, we investigated how participants in a MOOC (N=1,200), in which they must successfully...
Topics: online learning environments