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Mobile access to educational resources in humanities and social sciences - Jasmin Klindžić, Nadja Soldatic, Kemal Kacapor, Maja Perkovic …

Mobile access to educational resources in humanities and social sciences - Jasmin Klindžić, Nadja Soldatic, Kemal Kacapor, Maja Perkovic

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  • 1. Mobile access to educational resources in humanities and social sciences Jasmin Klindzic (E-learning Support Center, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia) Nadja Soldatic (Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia) Kemal Kacapor (School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina) Aleksadra Vranes (Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia) Ljiljana Markovic (Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia) Maja Perkovic (E-learning Support Center, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb, Croatia) Dusan Ristic (Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade, Serbia) Amra Rizvic (School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina)
  • 2. Contents • Background • Motivation • Research • Initial results • Future steps
  • 3. Background • 3 HE institutions in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, and Serbia • Humanities and Social Sciences • Teacher / student population ~ 23.000 • Moodle LMS
  • 4. Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb • ~ 8000 students / ~ 1000 teachers • Using Moodle since 10/2004. • 107 study programs • 1300+ online courses • 7000+ Moodle users
  • 5. Faculty of Philology, University of Belgrade • ~ 8500 students / ~ 350 teachers • Using Moodle since 07/2010. • 29 study programs • 300+ online courses • 4500+ Moodle users
  • 6. School of Economics and Business, University of Sarajevo • ~ 4300 students / 93 teachers • Using Moodle since 09/2002. • 15 study programs • 425 online courses • 3500 Moodle users
  • 7. Motivation • Insight into what services are needed • Raising end users’ awareness of mobile access • Measuring the satisfaction with the present mobile services
  • 8. Research • Online anonymous questionnaire • 24 questions / 3 groups: – Demographics – E-learning – Mobile access • Long-term (every year until 2016, March)
  • 9. Initial results - overview • 472 complete responses (45,5%) • 566 incomplete responses (54,5%) • Duration: 4 weeks (February/March 2014)
  • 10. Demographics • Students: 412 • Teachers: 44 • Librarians: 16 • Average age: 26,5 • Average PC use: 12 years
  • 11. E-learning • Institutional LMS awareness: 429 vs. 43 • Using LMS 249 vs. 180 not using • Used LMS for: avg. 2,74 years • Average number of courses: 4,63 • Time spent online, education-related: 261 respondents = 2-3 hours a day
  • 12. Mobile access • Mobile Internet use: 352 using (74%) • Smartphone owners: 301 • Tablet owners: 104 • Android: 117 vs. iOS: 15 (incomplete data) • Main problems: speed, screen size, desktop-oriented edu activities
  • 13. Future steps • Long-term research (2014-2016) • Increase in the number of institutions / countries? • Development of common technical solutions and implementation policies
  • 14. Thank you! Questions?

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