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 Sharing Cognition LMS: an Alternative Teaching and Learning Environment for Enhancing Collaborative Performance

Hoai Nam NGUYEN (Chonnam National University)
Hoisoo KIM (Chonnam National University)
Yoonjeong JO (Chonnam National University)
Kevin DIETER(Chonnam National University)

The purpose of this research is to propose a novel social LMS developed for group collaborative learning with a think-aloud tool integrated for sharing cognitive processes in order to improve group collaborative learning performance. In this developmental research, the system was designed with three critical elements: the think-aloud element supports learners through shared cognition, the social network element improves the quality of collaborative learning by forming a structured social environment, and the learning management element provides a understructure for collaborative learning for student groups. Moreover, the three critical elements were combined in an educational context and applied in three directions.

Keywords : Social learning management system (social LMS), SNS, Think-aloud, Collaborative learning, shared cognition

Students’ Use of Notebook Computers in the College Classroom: Benefits and Pitfalls

Soojeong JEONG (United States Utah State University )
Won Sug SHIN (Korea University )

Innwoo PARK (Korea University)

This study aims to understand the overall experiences of students who use notebook computers in class by using a qualitative approach. Interview data were collected from 23 Korean college students at a Korean university, who use notebook computers in their classes; the data were analyzed through the constant comparison method. The results from this study can be categorized into two themes: the positive and negative effects of using a notebook computer in class, and different perspectives on the effects of using a notebook computer in class. The positive effects of notebook computer usage were specified as production of lecture notes, performing searches for information, management of learning materials, and effective time management. However, behaviors such as perusing other works not associated with the class were indicated as negative effects. The participants had different perceptions about the effect of notebook computer usage in increasing academic performance, although they were satisfied in their experience with notebook computers in general. These results imply that appropriate methods of technology usage are needed and that the support of an instructor is essential to achieve fully beneficial use of notebook computers in class.

Keywords : notebook computer, college student learning, one-to-one computing

The Mediating Role of Self-Regulation Between Digital Literacy and Learning Outcomes in the Digital Textbook for Middle School English

Jeongmin LEE (Ewha Womans University )

Jiyoon MOON (Ewha Womans University )

Boram CHO (Ewha Womans University )

Digital textbooks draw attention as a new format of educational material, using the advantages of information technology; this innovative learning tool requires consideration as a part of successful and effective learning. The main purpose of the article is to investigate the mediating role of self-regulation between digital literacy and learning outcomes (academic performance and learning motivation) when using digital textbooks as a learning tool in Middle School English. Both descriptive and regression analysis were used as data analyses methods. The main findings of this study were as follows: first, digital literacy and self-regulation significantly predicted academic performance and learning motivation; second, self-regulation fully mediated between digital literacy and academic performance; third, self-regulation partially mediated between digital literacy and learning motivation. The research results proved the effects of digital literacy and self-regulation on the learning outcomes and mediating role of self-regulation between digital literacy and learning outcomes. These results help to design and implement effective lessons when using a digital textbook in Middle school English.

Keywords : Digital Textbook, Digital Literacy, Self-Regulation, Academic Performance, Learning Motivation

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