Evaluating Web 2.0 technologies in higher education using students' perceptions and performance

@article{Karvounidis2014EvaluatingW2,
  title={Evaluating Web 2.0 technologies in higher education using students' perceptions and performance},
  author={Theodoros Karvounidis and Konstantinos Chimos and Sotiris Bersimis and Christos Douligeris},
  journal={J. Comp. Assisted Learning},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={577-596}
}
In this work, Web 2.0 technologies in higher education are evaluated using students’ perceptions, satisfaction, performance and behaviour. The study evaluates the Web 2.0 tools as stand-alone entities as well in terms of their cross-operability and integration (confluence) to synergistic contributions towards the enhancement of student learning. Significant correlations and interdependencies on the students’ behaviour over the used platform and their performance in various time points within… CONTINUE READING
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