Learners' perceptions of a web enhanced course

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2003
Oytun, Erden
This study examines students̕ perceptions about level of communication, online course support, satisfaction in a web enhanced course and students̕ feelings about computers and the web. Addition to them gender differences in students̕ perceptions were studied. The data were collected by using survey at the end of the term and analyzed by using descriptive statistical analyzing methods. Results showed that students̕ feelings about computers and the web were slightly positive. Students̕ perceptions about online course support were slightly positive. Students̕ perceptions were neutral about level of communication and satisfaction results. No difference has found in students̕ computer and the web feelings, level of communication, online course support and satisfaction results in terms of gender.

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E. Oytun, “Learners’ perceptions of a web enhanced course,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.