Erscheinungsdatum: 11.01.2020, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Formative Assessment and Feedback Tool, Titelzusatz: Design and Evaluation of a Web-based Application to Foster Student Performance, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 1920 // 1st ed. 2020, Autor: Duss, Kevin, Verlag: Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden // Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden GmbH, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Computernetzwerke und maschinelle Kommunikation, Rubrik: Volkswirtschaft, Seiten: 100, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 142 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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There has been a continuous interest on assessment of e-learning systems within educational organizations as both a web-based learning system for e-learning and as a supportive tool for blended learning environments. This book presents a conceptual e-learning assessment model, HELAM (Hexagonal e-Learning Assessment Model) suggesting a multi-dimensional approach for e-learning systems evaluation via six dimensions: (1) system quality, (2) service quality, (3) information (content) quality, (4) learner perspective, (5) instructor quality, and (6) supportive issues. Findings presented in this book are valuable for both academics and practitioners of e-learning systems. The book highlights the importance of a multidimensional analytical approach for e-learning system success evaluation. The proposed model provided several implications for e-learning effectiveness evaluation.
Radioactivity is related to energy that is released from radionuclides in the form of radiation. Ionizing radiation is produced as electromagnetic rays. These radiations are the cause of genetic, reproductive and cancerous effects in the living organisms.Because of the potential for radiation contamination in the food web to badly influence human and ecological well-being, and also the interest to understand the comparative influences of local and worldwide sources to present and upcoming radionuclide concentrations, many scientific efforts have been started to characterize radionuclides in the marine environment that includes biota, seawater and sediments. Radiological risk assessment is an estimation of the possibility of a lethal cancer over the lifetime of an exposed individual.The present study estimates the radiation dose rate of marine biota using point source distribution and Erica Tool with the measured seawater and sediment activity concentrations at Karachi Coast-Pakistan. The estimated dose rates are compared with the benchmark values for environmental protection from ionizing radiation.
As sports training becomes more scientific in its methods it is important that sports fully utilize and embrace the major changes happening in the Web 2.0 world of user generated content, interactivity, social networks, mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets with video taking and sharing capabilities and pervasive high speed fixed and mobile bandwidth. It is important to understand and quantify the effect these Web 2.0 capabilities have on the world of sports training. A specific web-based learning environment was developed as a tool to test the impact of the technologies used by subjects on their learning. The subjects in all groups then re-took the assessment and completed a feedback form. The results were meaningful. Overall there was an improvement in performance from assessment one to assessment two of 35%. These results when broken down into the two groups showed that the Hybrid Group had a 39% improvement in performance and the Web Only group had a 30% improvement in performance.
The Web and web-based technologies have become widely acceptable and feasible in the modern society. It has created a new paradigm in the field of education. Web-based learning, as a strong manifestation of e-learning, has also become indispensible within the tertiary education context. Web-based learning is powerful in many aspects in both traditional curriculum as well as online courses. The author investigated the views of 602 end-users toward the significance of the Web as a learning resource. The results indicated a strong recognition of the role of the Web as tool for communication, information retrieval, collaborative learning and assessment. Differences were also identified between the perceived expectations of web-based education by teaching staff and students, and the ways in which it was conducted and managed. The book contributes valuable insights from the end-users perspective. Recommendations are made on the further development and modification of the Web adoption at the tertiary education level.