E-Learning Measurement of the Learning Differences between Traditional Lessons and Online Lessons

Giuseppe Favretto, Giovanna Caramia and Matteo Guardini
Università di Verona (Italy)
giovanna.caramia@formazione.univr.it

English Abstract

The research aims at highlighting, through the application of appropriate statistical techniques, any possible differences in the results achieved by three distinct groups of students - attendees, e-learners and non-attendees – formed at the beginning of the course according to their own personal choice.  

Italian Abstract

L'obiettivo della ricerca consiste nell'evidenziare, attraverso l'applicazione di opportune tecniche statistiche, le eventuali differenze a livello di risultati raggiunti da tre gruppi distinti di studenti: frequentanti  in aula, frequentanti on-line e non frequentanti.

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Tags

e-learning, distance learning, distance education, online learning, higher education, DE, blended learning, ICT, information and communication technology, MOOCs, internet, collaborative learning, learning management system, interaction, LMS,

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