Evaluation in e-Learning

Y. Psaromiligkos (Editor)
Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus, Department of Mathematics, Athens, Greece

A. Spyridakos (Editor)
Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus, Department of Mathematics, Athens, Greece

S. Retalis (Editor)
University of Pireaus, Department of Digital Systems, Athens, Greece

Series: Advances in Operations Research
BISAC: EDU011000

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One approach which is becoming very popular nowadays is to measure the effectiveness of e-Learning solutions via analysis of data gathered from authentic educational environments. This constitutes the ultimate goal of the underlying book. More specifically, this book discusses and presents several evaluation approaches as they have been applied in real life. Criticisms, best practices, and lessons learned from these approaches are discussed. The book includes innovative contributions and real world evaluation studies in authentic learning environments by experienced researchers in e-Learning. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. Qualitative Evaluation in e-Learning
Charalambos Vrasidas (CARDET - University of Nicosia, Cyprus)

Chapter 2. Towards a Contextualized Definition of e-Learning Quality: an Empirical Study of Online Programs in Project Management
Constanta Bodea and Maria Dascãlu (The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania)

Chapter 3. Analysing Students’ Preferences in e-Learning Courses Using a Multi-Criteria Decision Making Evaluation Approach
Y. Psaromiligkos, A. Spyridakos, S. Retalis, G. Dimakos, C. Kytagias and E. Zafeiri (Technological Educational Institute of Piraeus. Department of Mathematics, Aigaleo, Athens, Greece)

Chapter 4. Measuring Students’ Performance in e-Learning Environments via Enriched Assessment Rubrics
Ourania Petropoulou, Symeon Retalis and Georgia Lazakidou (University of Piraeus, Greece)

Chapter 5. Evaluating Online Collaborative Learning Activities Oriented to Creativity Development
Francesca Pozzi and Michela Ott (Instituto Tecnologie Didattiche, Genoa, Italy)

Chapter 6. A Design Based Research Perspective on the Development of a Teaching Learning Approach for Promoting Epistemological Awareness: An Example from Webcomics
Rodothea Hadjilouca, Maria Costoullou and Constantinos P. Constantinou (Learning in Science Group, University of Cyprus)

Chapter 7. Tailor-Made or Unfledged? Evaluating the Quality of Adaptive e-Learning
Christina M. Steiner and Dietrich Albert (Graz University of Technology, Austria)

Chapter 8. A Continuous Layered Evaluation of Adaptive Hypermedia Systems
Vinicius F. C. Ramos, Geraldo B. Xexéo and Paul M. E. De Bra (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Chapter 9. Validating a Computer-Based Tutor that Promotes Self-Regulated Writing-to-Learn
Virginie Zampa and Philippe Dessus (LIDILEM, Universite Stendhal, Grenoble, France)

Chapter 10. The Delphi Technique as a Participatory Methodology in Design, Development and Evaluation of t-Learning: e-Learning Evaluation as a Social Practice
Andreja Istenic Starcic, Matej Zajc and Mag. Kemal Alic (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia)

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