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Autor/inTudevdagva, Uranchimeg
TitelStructure oriented evaluation model for e-learning.
QuelleChemnitz: Univ.-Verl. Chemnitz (2014), 123 S.
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Zugl.: Chemnitz, Techn. Univ., Habil.-Schr., 2014.
ReiheWissenschaftliche Schriftenreihe. 14. Eingebettete, selbstorganisierende Systeme
Sprachedeutsch
Dokumenttyponline; Monographie
ISBN3-944640-20-9; 978-3-944640-20-4
URNurn:nbn:de:bsz:ch1-qucosa-146901
SchlagwörterEvaluation; Medieneinsatz; Lernerfolg; Lernprozess; Qualitätsmanagement; E-Learning; Bewertung; Hochschulschrift; Modell; Qualität; Qualitätssicherung
AbstractFor future knowledge society, beside creation of intelligent technologies, adapted methods of knowledge transfer are required. In this context e-learning becomes a key technology for development of any education system. E-learning is a complex process into which many different groups with specific tasks and roles are included. The dynamics of an e-learning process requires adjusted quality management. For that corresponding evaluation methods are needed. In the present work, [the author] develops a new evaluation approach for e-learning. The advantage of her method is that in contrast to linear evaluation methods no weight factors are needed and the logical goal structure of an elearning process can be involved into evaluation. Based on general measure theory structure oriented score calculation rules are derived. The so obtained score function satisfies the same calculation rules as they are known from normalised measures. In statistical generalisation, these rules allow the structure oriented calculation of empirical evaluation scores based on checklist data. By these scores the quality can be described by which an e-learning has reached its total goal. Moreover, a consistent evaluation of embedded partial processes of an e-learning becomes possibly. The presented score calculation rules are part of a eight step evaluation model which is illustrated by pilot samples. [The author's] structure oriented evaluation model (SURE model) is by its embedding into the general measure theory quite universal applicable. In similar manner, an evaluation of efficiency of administration or organisation processes becomes possible. (DIPF/Orig.).
Erfasst vonDIPF | Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation, Frankfurt am Main
Update2015/2
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