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  • 1. CHEP Conference 2013Improving student engagement in group work using Wikis
  • 2. Background
  • 3. Background
  • 4. RationaleGroup Work u sing W ik is
  • 5. Aim:To explore the use of Wikisfor student engagement ingroup work
  • 6. Participants(n=121 undergraduate students)
  • 7. Methodology Recruitment (n=121) Screening (self-reporting) Consent Baseline questionnaire Using Wikis for group work Evaluation questionnaire Data analysis
  • 8. Measurement Tools
  • 9. ResultsBaseline (n=117)
  • 10. Blackboard Group ReportTotal no. of groups 30No. of groups that had group activity recorded 30Total no. of Wiki hits 517
  • 11. Impact to the group work
  • 12. Tutor and Peer Feedback
  • 13. Evaluation (n=110 students ) Slightly & Strongly Statement Agree (%)Wikis were useful for group work 90Wikis encouraged participation in group work 95Wikis enhanced communication with other 92students within their groupWikis enhanced communication with other 82students with tutorWikis encouraged participation with other 88studentsWikis encouraged participation with tutor 76
  • 14. Students’ Feedback “Easy to “Easily use”accessible” “More Feedback”
  • 15. Discussion
  • 16. Recommendations
  • 17. Conclusion

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