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2012 (Vol. 4, Issue: 20)
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A Study on Interactive Video-based Learning System for Learning Courseware

Yuh-Tyng Chen
Corresponding Author:  Yuh-Tyng Chen 

Key words:  Interactive Learning Video (ILV), learning motivation, learning performance, modularity concept, multimedia technology, ,
Vol. 4 , (20): 4132-4137
Submitted Accepted Published
March 23, 2012 April 08, 2012 October 15, 2012

This study proposed an Interactive Learning Video (ILV) on the web which integrated modularity concepts and multimedia technologies to promote the learning effectiveness and motivation of courseware. An empirical study was conducted to examine the effects of the ILV by comparing three different types of presentation with 124 freshmen who would be divided into three groups from a university of technology in Taiwan. Three different tests and one questionnaire were conducted to assess to the studentsí learning achievement and motivation. The results showed that the ILV group had higher grades in retention test than those of two groups. And the questionnaire results revealed that the ILV group also had more positive attitude in learning motivation. All findings collectively demonstrated that the ILV could benefit to enhance studentsí learning achievement and promote their motivation.
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Yuh-Tyng Chen, 2012. A Study on Interactive Video-based Learning System for Learning Courseware.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 4(20): 4132-4137.
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