Voice Interactive Learning:
A Framework and Evaluation
María del Puerto Paule Ruiz , Víctor Manuel Álvarez García,
Juan Ra...
Asturias
Canterbury, UK
Previous background
Barcelona
Mobile social networking
London
Voice over IP
University of Oviedo
Academic research
learnin...
School of Engineering
University of Oviedo
Students working
in a classroom
Working with
college students
Tablet
Voice-based
application
Mobile
phone Web browser
Visual
Interface
Speech
Interface
Students work
Audio-based access...
What for?
Learning processes in which sound is the main
source of information
Students with perceptual auditory learning
styles
Hand...
How?
Service-oriented Middleware
Voice Interactive Classroom
Learning
Management
System
Quizzes
and
surveys
RSS
events
Grading
...
Adaptive learning
Voice Interactive
Classroom Video
How can others create
Voice Interactive
Classrooms?
Software
development
methodology
Choice of
scenarios
Technological
design
Voice modules
backlog
Platform
Web
Voice
Grades
...
How can we evaluate
Voice Interactive
Classrooms?
Usability
Didactic effectiveness
Empirical evaluation model
Usability
ExpendedResources
ss)Completenecyess(AccuraEffectiven
=EfficiencySurvey=onSatisfacti
iceTurnsPract
ctTurnsPerfe
...
Didactic Effectiveness
E-learning tools (visual & vocal)
Participants
Materials
Grades Feeds
Reader
Usability testing
Calendar
events
Data Collec...
Usability Testing Results
Efficiency
± 50%
Effectiveness
90%
Satisfaction
95%
Didactic Effectiveness Testing
Content
processing
Visual
processing
Auditory
processing
Learning Style
Didactic
Effectiven...
Participants
Steps
Instruments and Method
Vark questionnaire
Knowledge test
Results
Aural contents have didactic value for e-learning
courses
There is a relationship between learning styles and type...
Conclusions
Integrate audio features with e-learning
Develop an evaluation method: usability and
didactic effectiveness
Te...
Thank you
paule@uniovi.es
victoralvarez@uniovi.es
Department of Computer Science
University of Oviedo
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Voice interactive learning. A framework and evaluation @ ITiCSE 2013

  1. 1. Voice Interactive Learning: A Framework and Evaluation María del Puerto Paule Ruiz , Víctor Manuel Álvarez García, Juan Ramón Pérez Pérez, Moisés Riestra González Project funded by: Ministry of Science and Technology of Spain Department of Computer Science University of Oviedo
  2. 2. Asturias Canterbury, UK
  3. 3. Previous background Barcelona Mobile social networking London Voice over IP University of Oviedo Academic research learning technologies
  4. 4. School of Engineering University of Oviedo Students working in a classroom Working with college students
  5. 5. Tablet Voice-based application Mobile phone Web browser Visual Interface Speech Interface Students work Audio-based access to e-learning
  6. 6. What for?
  7. 7. Learning processes in which sound is the main source of information Students with perceptual auditory learning styles Hands-busy, eyes-busy and mobility-required situations The device has speech input/output capabilities but lack of usable displays or keyboards A disability does not allow a person to make use of a visual display 5 Scenarios for audio-based e-learning
  8. 8. How?
  9. 9. Service-oriented Middleware Voice Interactive Classroom Learning Management System Quizzes and surveys RSS events Grading Modules VoiceLMS Calendar events LMS Voice Modules
  10. 10. Adaptive learning
  11. 11. Voice Interactive Classroom Video
  12. 12. How can others create Voice Interactive Classrooms?
  13. 13. Software development methodology Choice of scenarios Technological design Voice modules backlog Platform Web Voice Grades Events Authentication Evaluation Development Sprints Deliverable prototype increment Deliverable prototype increment Deliverable prototype increment
  14. 14. How can we evaluate Voice Interactive Classrooms?
  15. 15. Usability Didactic effectiveness Empirical evaluation model
  16. 16. Usability ExpendedResources ss)Completenecyess(AccuraEffectiven =EfficiencySurvey=onSatisfacti iceTurnsPract ctTurnsPerfe =ate)ess(ErrorREffectiven
  17. 17. Didactic Effectiveness
  18. 18. E-learning tools (visual & vocal) Participants Materials Grades Feeds Reader Usability testing Calendar events Data Collection
  19. 19. Usability Testing Results Efficiency ± 50% Effectiveness 90% Satisfaction 95%
  20. 20. Didactic Effectiveness Testing Content processing Visual processing Auditory processing Learning Style Didactic Effectiveness
  21. 21. Participants Steps Instruments and Method Vark questionnaire Knowledge test
  22. 22. Results Aural contents have didactic value for e-learning courses There is a relationship between learning styles and type of content Aural Visual
  23. 23. Conclusions Integrate audio features with e-learning Develop an evaluation method: usability and didactic effectiveness Test the method: • Didactic value of aural contents • Relationship between learning styles and content types Evolve & complete this method Add parameters: memorability and learnability
  24. 24. Thank you paule@uniovi.es victoralvarez@uniovi.es Department of Computer Science University of Oviedo

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