Datasets Acquired in a Comparative Study on the Impact of Higher Distance Education with Traditional Correspondence and Interactive Online Media

Krämer, Bernd J. GND; Magenheim, Johannes

Although many innovations exploiting web technologies have been suggested in higher distance education, very little original research exists investigating the impact of Web-based learning environments on distance students' learning process and outcomes. To close this gap, an interdisciplinary team of researchers from FernUniversität in Hagen and the University of Paderborn performed a study with FernUniversität students enrolled in a beginners course on object-oriented programming to collect and evaluated a range of datasets including: 1) student responses on a competence test (AnswersCompT.xlsx) in the topic area that aimed to measure the competence gain of students related to key learning objectives of the course; (the test was taken twice, before the semester started and at the end of the course; the German test (Kompetenztest.pdf) and an English translation (CompetenceTest.pdf), and a table with graded responses (PointsAchievedInCompT.xlsx) are also provided;) 2) raw data derived from log data produced by a volunteer group of online students while working with an interactive online version of a selected course module (OnlineBehaviour.xlsx); 3) feed-back data from those online students who responded to a technology assessment questionnaire (TAM_Questions_de.pdf, TAM_Questions_en.pdf) capturing their perception of the online learning materials and learning environment (TAM-Answers_de.xlsx); 4) formal assessment data acquired from a written examination test carried out at the end of the course.

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Krämer, Bernd / Magenheim, Johannes: Datasets Acquired in a Comparative Study on the Impact of Higher Distance Education with Traditional Correspondence and Interactive Online Media. 2014.

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