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Individual differences in navigation between sharable content objects—an evaluation study of a learning module prototype

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In this article, we report the design and evaluation of a prototype for learning modules compliant to the SCORM standard. This prototype is especially developed for the subject matter of process systems engineering and features a novel process control display for the navigation between Sharable Content Objects. In a controlled field study, N=18 undergraduate students interacted with the module for a period of 40 minutes. The relations between individual differences in learner characteristics, navigation, and learning outcome were considered. Interaction with the module had a strong positive effect on learning outcome. Individual differences in learning outcome were significantly affected by individual differences in intrinsic motivation, computer experience and navigation behaviour.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-8535.00346

Affiliations: Centre of Human-Machine-Systems, Berlin University of Technology, Sekr. J 2-2, Jebensstr. 1, D-10623 Berlin.  , email: urbas@zmms.tu-berlin.de., Email: gauss@zmms.tu-berlin.de

Publication date: 2003-09-01

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