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Evaluating the Quality of Technology-Mediated Learning Services
This work synthesizes the existing insights on structure, recipients’ predisposition, process and results quality of TMLS and develops a comprehensive approach to measure T MLS quality, including a newly developed TMLs process dimension.
Process is king: Evaluating the performance of technology-mediated learning in vocational software training
- Matthias Söllner, P. Bitzer, Andreas Janson, J. Leimeister
- Computer ScienceJ. Inf. Technol.
- 1 September 2018
A holistic model is developed that provides comprehensive insights into which constructs and facets shape the performance of TML in vocational software trainings and provides empirical evidence for the importance of the TML process quality dimension.
Design Principles for High-Performance Blended Learning Services Delivery
Seven evaluated design principles for BLS are presented, which are the core of a nascent design theory and contribute to a time-efficient and successful BLS delivery.
Towards a Holistic Understanding of Technology-Mediated Learning Services - a State-of-the-Art Analysis
A significant foundation for TMLS evaluation is identified as a set of 31 determinants which have a significant or strong significant effect on satisfaction and learning success as well as 34 variables which showed inconsistent effects or provide research potentials.
A Literature Review on Indicators for the Measurement of Technology Mediated Learning Productivity: 2000 to 2011
Multidimensional approaches to measuring learning success, considering IT and non-ITsupported learning scenarios, examined by researchers from various research disciplines show that those approaches are most dominant.
A Literature Review on the Indicators for the Measurement of Technology Mediated Learning Productivity
Measuring Technology Mediated Learning (TML) success has been and is of great interest to both researchers and practitioners. This article examines multidimensional approaches to measuring learning…
Towards a Reference Model for a Productivity-Optimized Delivery of Technology Mediated Learning Services
This research study creates a holistic reference model of a productivity-optimized TMLS delivery process that supports the following activities of technology oriented learning: training preparation, training delivery within the classroom, training Delivery through internet and training evaluation under consideration of various stakeholders.
Success Factors for Technology Mediated Learning Services - First Results of a Delphi Study
For the first time a comprehensive comparison of multidimensional measures is conducted and recommendations for advanced training services are deduced by means of an expert Delphi study.
Examining the Effect of Different Measurements of Learning Success in Technology-mediated Learning Research
The use of self-reported data for the major dependent variable of TML, learning success, is insufficient and a major validity threat of past research results; thus, the effect of common method variance in TML is examined.
Identifying a set of relevant input and output factors within a productivity model for educational services
The study aims to develop a comprehensive set of input and output factors for educational services. In the frame of the study, a set of input, throughput and output factors is presented. These…