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研究生:謝揚翔
研究生(外文):Yang-Siang Sie
論文名稱:植基於媒體豐富理論利用RSS支援無所不在學習環境
論文名稱(外文):Using RSS to Support Ubiquitous Learning Environment Based on Media Richness Theory
指導教授:藍友烽
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立虎尾科技大學
系所名稱:資訊管理研究所
學門:電算機學門
學類:電算機一般學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2009
畢業學年度:97
語文別:英文
論文頁數:47
中文關鍵詞:RSS無所不在學習媒體豐富理論學習滿意度
外文關鍵詞:RSSubiquitous learningmedia richness theorystudent satisfaction
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方便攜帶且具備無線通訊功能的行動設備影響了學生對於同儕互動、資源獲取以及資訊傳遞的學習活動。如何應用行動通訊設備促進行動學習的成效是數位教學上的一個重要的課題。此外,傳輸內容媒體的選擇對於行動設備的使用以及潛在成效的發展上是一個重要的課題。RSS (Really Simple Syndication) 是一種能夠支援多種不同的前端接收設備的資訊傳遞媒體。本研究的主要目的就是在探討學生在無所不在的學習環境中使用RSS的滿意程度,同時藉由媒體豐富理論分析RSS、簡訊以及電子郵件的資訊豐富程度。實驗樣本包含102位大一學生,並且分為兩組,其中有52位學生為RSS組,另外的50位學生為控制組。實驗結果顯示,在無所不在的學習環境中使用RSS可以提高師生互動的頻率,以及提升學生的學習參與度;但是對於提高學習者的課程認知以及後設認知,並沒有顯著的差異。對於資訊豐富度的議題上,學習者普遍同意在無所不在的學習環境中,使用RSS進行資訊傳遞,比使用簡訊以及電子郵件適合。根據以上結果,本研究建議,有意發展無所不在學習環境的教學系統可以使用RSS技術讓學習活動可以在任何的時間以及任何地點來進行。
The portability and immediate communication properties of mobile devices influence the learning activities on peer interaction, resources acquirement and information delivery. How to use communication technologies to improve ubiquitous learning is an important topic in electronic education. Moreover, media selection can be a critical issue of supporting various reader devices and providing potential benefits. RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is one method of information exchange that is especially appropriate for various front-end devices to receive information. The purpose of this thesis is to investigate student satisfaction in a ubiquitous learning environment using RSS techniques and analyze the media richness between RSS, SMS, and E-mail based on media richness theory. 102 freshmen participants in the experiment were divided into two groups, RSS group including 52 learners and control group including 50 learners. The experimental results revealed that the ubiquitous learning environment with RSS can greatly promote instructor-learners interaction and learners’ participation in curriculum activities, but no significant difference was found in learners’ cognition and metacognition. Regarding the media richness, learners generally agreed that RSS is more appropriate to be a delivery medium than E-mail and SMS on ubiquitous learning environment. According to the results, this study suggests that current general e-learning systems, which particularly intend to provide ubiquitous learning environment, can take advantage of RSS techniques to support mobile access and achieve the goal of ubiquitous learning anytime and anywhere.
CHINESE ABSTRACT......i
ENGLISH ABSTRACT......ii
CATALOGUE ......iv
TABLE CATALOGUE......vi
FIGURE CATALOGUE......vii
1. Introduction......1
1.1 Learning theories......3
1.2 U-learning......5
1.3 Metacognition......6
1.4 RSS (Really Simple Syndication)......7
1.5 Folksonomy......11
1.6 Media richness theory......12
1.7 The comparison of media richness......14
1.8 Student satisfaction......15
2. System implementation......18
3. Methodology......24
3.1 Experiment 1......24
3.1.1 Independent and dependent variables......24
3.1.2 Participants......25
3.1.3 Procedure ......25
3.2 Experiment 2......26
3.2.1 Independent and dependent variables......27
3.2.2 Participants......27
3.2.3 Procedure ......27
4. Data analysis......30
4.1 Experiment 1......30
4.2 Experiment 2......32
4.2.1 Impact of instructor-learner interaction through RSS (H1).........32
4.2.2 Impact of participation in learning activities through RSS (H2).........33
4.2.3 Impact of learner’s cognition through RSS (H3) ......33
4.2.4 Impact of metacognition through RSS (H4)......34
5. Results and discussion......35
6. Conclusions......39
REFERENCE ......41
作者介紹......47
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