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Record identifier : 567681
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Aziz, Tahir
Title and statement of responsibility : The effects of information technology on student learning outcomes in community colleges [Thesis]
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : Capella University, 2006
Language of the Item : eng
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Ph.D.
Body granting the degree : , Capella University
Summary or Abstract : This study researched and evaluated the effects of information technology on learning outcomes for community college students. The use of the computer in and outside of a classroom was studied along with most commonly used software. The main focus of the study was to determine how the use of a computer impacted active student learning, student-to-student, and student-to-instructor interaction. A broad-based conceptual framework was developed to encapsulate all essential components of information technology and student learning. An existed and validated 21-question survey instrument was employed to collect primary data from 690 students from 30 classrooms by using systematic random sampling from two large Southern California community college districts during summer and fall 2006 semesters. A detailed literature was conducted to provide diversity and depth by incorporating array of theoretical and practical components of various studies. The findings showed that around 75 of the participants either agreed or strongly agreed that the use of the computer helped them to actively engage in their learning and 54 of the students either agreed or strongly agreed that the use of the computer increased their interactions with other students and/or with the instructor. Various statistical tests demonstrated that the student learning was affected favorably due to the increased computer use in and outside of a classroom. Similarly, analyses also corroborated that the increased use of a computer in and outside of a classroom increased student interaction with other students and/or with instructor. The findings also showed that the internet, word processing, and emails were most frequently used and presentational software, spreadsheets, and database technologies were least frequently used in and outside of a classroom. These results illustrated how students currently use information technology and how it can be used to further enhance their learning. The results from these findings can be used by the educators and instructors to develop policies and curricula. Publishers, software developers, and college administrators can use these results to launch new textbooks, software, and academic programs..
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