Evaluation of supporting courseware by means of online and offline quetionnaires

Imme de Bruijn

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    A template for worked out problems and tutorials on the internet, as presented in former CBLIS conferences, was recently extended with an evaluation system. At the end of a session the student is prompted to fill in a questionnaire. Evaluation data, together with variables from the template (answers to questions in the courseware, timely information) are gathered on a central location.
    The system is used for evaluation of the courseware supporting a first year university physics course. Apart from the internet data, a paper and pencil questionnaire at the end of the course provides information about the students' study habits and preferences. In this way an answer is expected to the question, which supporting courseware will be appropriate for students with a certain profile of study habits.
    The paper gives the results of the evaluation. Furthermore a discussion is given which data can be gathered online and what kind of data are collected preferably by means of an additional questionnaire.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationComputer based learning in science
    Subtitle of host publicationproceedings an international conference, 7 July - 12 July 2001
    EditorsGraham M. Chapman
    Place of PublicationOstrava
    PublisherPedagogical Faculty of University of Ostrava
    Number of pages7
    ISBN (Print)9788070421802
    Publication statusPublished - 7 Jul 2001
    EventInternational Conference on Computer Based Learning in Science, CBLIS 2001 - Masaryk University, Faculty of Education, Brno, Czech Republic
    Duration: 7 Jul 200112 Jul 2001


    ConferenceInternational Conference on Computer Based Learning in Science, CBLIS 2001
    Abbreviated titleCBLIS
    Country/TerritoryCzech Republic


    • Evaluation
    • Internet site
    • Worked-out problems
    • Study habits
    • Study preferences


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