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Marquès Puig, Joan Manuel; Daradoumis, Thanasis; Calvet Liñan, Laura; Arguedas, Marta – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This work presents an automated assessment tool for online distributed programming, called DSLab. It is a web-based environment that provides a transparent deployment and execution of assignments in remote computers, a transparent initialization and the possibility to add new logs by the students. DSLab has been evaluated in a real distributed…
Descriptors: Alternative Assessment, Automation, Programming, Distance Education
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McFaul, Hugh; FitzGerald, Elizabeth – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
This paper provides a realist evaluation of the Open Justice virtual reality (VR) smartphone app, designed to develop presentation skills for students on an undergraduate legal education module. This work addresses two research questions: what proportion of students engaged with the Open Justice app, and what worked for whom in what circumstances…
Descriptors: Undergraduate Students, Legal Education (Professions), Computer Simulation, Computer Software
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Xiao, Jun; Sun-Lin, Hong-Zheng; Lin, Tzu-Han; Li, Mengyuan; Pan, Zhimin; Cheng, Hsu-Chen – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2020
Compared with fully face-to-face or online learning environments, implementation of hybrid learning spaces is costly given the spaces making all learning options available for learners. Therefore, decisions on investments in hybrid learning are critical for institutions. Satisfaction and experience of learners is one of the important indicators…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, Open Universities, Correlation, Decision Making
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Bond, Melissa; Zawacki-Richter, Olaf; Nichols, Mark – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
Reflecting on 50 years of educational technology research, a content and authorship analysis was conducted of 1777 research article titles and abstracts, published in the "British Journal of Educational Technology" ("BJET") from 1970 to Issue 3, 2018. A text-mining tool (Leximancer) was used to identify key concepts and themes…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Teaching Methods, Distance Education
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Luik, Piret; Suviste, Reelika; Lepp, Marina; Palts, Tauno; Tõnisson, Eno; Säde, Merilin; Papli, Kaspar – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
Learners who enrol in massive open online courses (MOOCs) have different backgrounds and tend to have different motivations than learners in traditional courses. Based on value-expectancy theory, an instrument was developed to measure motivation for enrolling in a programming MOOC. A study with 1229 adult participants in Estonian-language…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Large Group Instruction, Educational Technology, Enrollment
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Herodotou, Christothea; Hlosta, Martin; Boroowa, Avinash; Rienties, Bart; Zdrahal, Zdenek; Mangafa, Chrysoula – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
This study presents an advanced predictive learning analytics system, OU Analyse (OUA), and evidence from its evaluation with online teachers at a distance learning university. OUA is a predictive system that uses machine learning methods for the early identification of students at risk of not submitting (or failing) their next assignment.…
Descriptors: Learning Analytics, Teacher Empowerment, Distance Education, College Faculty
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Okada, Alexandra; Whitelock, Denise; Holmes, Wayne; Edwards, Chris – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2019
Authenticating the students' identity and authenticity of their work is increasingly important to reduce academic malpractices and for quality assurance purposes in Education. There is a growing body of research about technological innovations to combat cheating and plagiarism. However, the literature is very limited on the impact of…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Distance Education
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Manathunga, Kalpani; Hernández-Leo, Davinia – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2018
Collaborative learning flow patterns (CLFPs) formulate best practices for the orchestration of activity sequences and collaboration mechanisms that can elicit fruitful social interactions. Mobile technology features offer opportunities to support interaction mediation and content accessibility. However, existing mobile collaborative learning…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Telecommunications, Handheld Devices
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Ozturk, Tugba H.; Hodgson, Vivien – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
In this paper, we argue that in order to get a fuller understanding of the complexity of conflict in democratic pedagogies in online and blended learning settings, it is important to know not only how to manage or resolve it, but also how it is triggered and can be avoided. The emancipatory nature of democratic pedagogies fosters differences, and…
Descriptors: Conflict, Computer Simulation, Instructional Design, Teaching Methods
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Moreno, Valter; Cavazotte, Flavia; Alves, Isabela – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
Students' success in e-learning programs depends on how they adopt and embed technology into their learning activities. Drawing on the Technology Acceptance Model, we propose a framework to explain students' intention to use e-learning platforms effectively, that is, their intention to fully exploit system's functionalities in leaning processes,…
Descriptors: College Students, Electronic Learning, Intention, Student Attitudes
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Sun, Jerry Chih-Yuan; Wu, Yu-Ting; Lee, Wei-I – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of the flipped classroom approach to OpenCourseWare instruction on students' self-regulation. OpenCourseWare was integrated into the flipped classroom model (experimental group) and distance learning (control group). Overall, 181 freshmen taking a physics course were allowed to choose their…
Descriptors: Experimental Groups, Control Groups, Electronic Learning, Distance Education
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Rehn, Nicole; Maor, Dorit; McConney, Andrew – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
The purpose of this research is to unpack and learn from the experiences of teachers who deliver courses to remote secondary school students by videoconference. School districts are using videoconferencing to connect students and teachers who are separated geographically through regular live, real-time conferences. Previous studies have shown the…
Descriptors: Secondary School Students, Videoconferencing, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Diep, Anh-Nguyet; Zhu, Chang; Struyven, Katrien; Blieck, Yves – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
Different blended learning (BL) modalities and the interaction effect between human and technological factors on student satisfaction need adequately researched to shed more light on successful BL implementation. The objective of the present article is three-fold: (1) to present a model to predict student satisfaction with BL programs, (2) to…
Descriptors: Student Satisfaction, Blended Learning, Learning Modalities, Integrated Learning Systems
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Ragusa, Angela T.; Crampton, Andrea – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2017
In an era of shifting social and communication norms, where 76% of Americans surveyed reported they reached for tablets to check online communication before saying "good morning" to partners (Kensington.com, 2014), online education's increased popularity as a "lifestyle" choice is unsurprising (Ragusa, 2007). Qualitative…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, College Students, Student Surveys, Use Studies
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Safford, Kimberly; Stinton, Julia – British Journal of Educational Technology, 2016
This research identifies and examines the challenges of blending digital distance and vocational learning for non-traditional and low-socio-economic status students who are new to university education. A survey of students in vocational primary education and early years qualifications in a distance university is illuminated by interviews with…
Descriptors: Barriers, Blended Learning, Distance Education, Vocational Education
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