Are open textbooks effective for learning? Investigating the issue of human-computer interaction in pedagogical design of open textbook affordable for a diversity of learning environments
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RAILEAN, Elena; ELCI , Atilla; IVANOVA, Malinka Spasova; ALIAS, Maizam; BÎRNAZ, Nina. Are open textbooks effective for learning? Investigating the issue of human-computer interaction in pedagogical design of open textbook affordable for a diversity of learning environments In: Journal of Physics: Conference Series. Ediția 1, Vol.1828, 2-4 decembrie 2020, Beijing. Bristol, UK: IOP Publishing Ltd, 2021, pp. 1-11. ISBN 17426588.
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Journal of Physics: Conference Series
Ediția 1, Vol.1828, 2021
Simpozionul " 2020 International Symposium on Automation, Information and Computing"
Beijing, China, 2-4 decembrie 2020

Are open textbooks effective for learning? Investigating the issue of human-computer interaction in pedagogical design of open textbook affordable for a diversity of learning environments


DOI: 10.1088/1742-6596/1828/1/012127
Pag. 1-11

Railean Elena1, Elci Atilla2, Ivanova Malinka Spasova3, Alias Maizam4, Bîrnaz Nina5
 
1 The American University of Moldova,
2 Aksaray University,
3 Technical University, Sofia,
4 Universiti Tun Hussein onn Malaysia, Batu Pahat, Johor,
5 State University of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 13 aprilie 2021


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This article discusses the impact of human-computer interaction in the pedagogical design of open textbooks affordable into a diversity of learning environments. An exploratory study is conducted, wherein an online questionnaire is administered to the second-year master’s degree students from the Faculty of Psychology and Educational Studies. The results show that students are aware of the importance of metacognition in developing effective learning strategies. Thus, they use metacognitive strategies when taking notes, doing reflections, and employing mnemonics to enhance understanding. However, despite the current practice of using open didactical materials, students feel that the open textbooks approach needs to be relooked and changed to be more effective; it could be equipped with appropriate learning tools to provide more opportunities for immediate feedback and collaborative assessment. Individualization and collaboration are the key factors in developing metacognitive experience. These findings indicate that students are cognizant of the important role of open textbooks in promoting learning.

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Computer aided instruction, Electronic assessment, students, Textbooks