Analysis of students' behaviour based on participation and results achieved in wiki-based team assignments
|Analysis of students' behaviour based on participation and results achieved in wiki-based team assignments|
|Author(s)||Putnik Z., Budimac Z., Ivanovic M., Bothe K.|
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|Keyword(s)||Attitudes, Moodle, Teamwork, Wiki (Extra: Attitudes, Moodle, Team assignment, Teamwork, Web 2.0, Wiki, Wiki technologies, Information science, Web services, Students)|
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Analysis of students' behaviour based on participation and results achieved in wiki-based team assignments is a 2013 conference paper written in English by Putnik Z., Budimac Z., Ivanovic M., Bothe K. and published in ACM International Conference Proceeding Series.
In this paper, we tried to present part of our experiences with the use of Web 2.0, and in particular Wiki technology in education. We are presenting evidence that we had no significant problem in introducing Wikis in scheduling and organizing students work in "assignment solving" part of the course, and that our students embraced and gladly accepted this element of Web 2.0 we added to teaching. Analysis of attitudes and behavior of our students presented in this paper also changed some of our opinions and expectations about students' actions and manners, but we hope that those will only help us in further improvement of our course. Copyright 2013 ACM.
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