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Title: Determinants of Internet use for interactive learning: an exploratory study
Author: Castaño Muñoz, Jonatan
Duart Montoliu, Josep Maria
Sancho Vinuesa, Teresa  
Others: eLearn Center
Keywords: Higher Education
Internet
Interactive Learning
Virtual Learning
Blended Learning
Issue Date: 15-Jan-2015
Publisher: Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research
Citation: Castaño Muñoz, J., Duart, J.M. & Sancho Vinuesa, T. (2015). Determinants of Internet use for interactive learning: an exploratory study. Journal of new approaches in educational research, 4(1), 24-34. doi: 10.7821/naer.2015.1.93
Also see: https://naerjournal.ua.es/article/download/v4n1-4/121
Abstract: The use of the Internet in higher education teaching can facilitate the interactive learning process and thus improve educational outcomes. The aim of the study presented here is to explore which variables are linked to higher intensity of Internet-based interactive educational practices. The study is based on data obtained from an online survey of students from three different types of universities: a face-to-face university (University of Barcelona, UB), a technological face-to-face university (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya. BarcelonaTech, UPC), and a virtual university (Open University of Catalonia, UOC). The data analysis shows that students who indicate high levels of benefit from Internet usage are those who use it most for interactive learning processes. It also shows the existence of other variables that, regardless of benefit, are linked to the intensity of Internet usage for interactive teaching-learning processes.
Language: English
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/102581
ISSN: 2254-7339MIAR
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