A study of the integration of wikis and blogs into an online course on student interaction and satisfaction
Steven Michael Brownson, Capella University, United States
Capella University . Awarded
The purpose of the study was to determine the degree which the integration of wikis and blogs into an online course impacted the levels of student interaction and satisfaction. Data was collected using three measurements of student interaction and one measure of student satisfaction in a quasi-experimental study design. The research study results showed that even though there was very limited usage of the blog, the experimental group had a higher amount of interactivity compared to the control group. During an analysis of student satisfaction in the end-of course survey, the results showed that students strongly agreed with the need for interactivity in the course.
Brownson, S.M. A study of the integration of wikis and blogs into an online course on student interaction and satisfaction. Ph.D. thesis, Capella University.
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