A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate disciplines
|A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate disciplines|
|Author(s)||Chu E.H.Y., Chan C.K., Notari M., Chu S.K.W., Chen K., Wu W.W.Y.|
|Published in||Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, WikiSym + OpenSym 2013|
|Keyword(s)||Education, Project-based learning, University, Wiki (Extra: Collaborative learning, Computer uses in education, Computers and education, English languages, Project based learning, Undergraduate Courses, University, Wiki, Education, Knowledge management, Surveys, Students)|
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A triangulated investigation of using wiki for project-based learning in different undergraduate disciplines is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Chu E.H.Y., Chan C.K., Notari M., Chu S.K.W., Chen K., Wu W.W.Y. and published in Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Open Collaboration, WikiSym + OpenSym 2013.
This study investigates the use of wiki to support project-based learning (PBL) in 3 undergraduate courses of different disciplines: English Language Studies, Information Management, and Mechanical Engineering. This study takes a methodological triangulation approach that employs the use of questionnaires, interviews, and wiki activity logs. The level of activities and the types of core actions captured on wiki varied among the three groups of students. Students generally rated positively on the use of wiki to support PBL, while significant differences were found on 9 items (especially in the "Motivation" and "Knowledge Management" dimensions of the questionnaire) among students in the three different disciplines. Interviews revealed that these differences may be attributable to the variations in the natures and scopes of the PBL, as well as in the different emphases that students placed on the work presented on the wiki. This study may provide directions on the use of wiki in PBL in undergraduate courses. Categories and Subject Descriptors K.3.1 [Computers and Education]: Computer Uses in Education - collaborative learning. General Terms Experimentation, Human Factors. Copyright 2010 ACM.
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