Publications- Diego Alonso Gómez Aguilar

TEEM2013

Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality

ABSTRACT

Recent research has confirmed the impact of the use of electronic media on student performance. In an earlier article the impact of accessing reading and posting on a forum was studied, as well as access to reading resources. However, little is known about the relationship between the temporal frequency of these activities and an individual student’s performance. In addition, some studies have shown different categorizations of student activities proving the usefulness of the prediction in understanding student learning. One of the biggest concerns when teaching courses in a virtual learning environment is to obtain a teaching experience which results in a better use of the course, for which we have determined the factors which influence academic performance. The present study raises the question on the basis of objective factors concerning interaction between the student and the system (specifically, the number of visited sites and resources, the number of visits and interventions in forums). We have implemented a tool to study these aspects using visual analysis. Study results demonstrated that there is a pattern in the frequency of behaviours and performance, which is repeated across different courses.

 

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