|Title:||Effect of student engagement on multimedia-assisted instruction||Authors:||YUEH,HSIU-PING
Huang, Jo Yi
|Keywords:||Engineering education | Learning engagement | Multimedia-assisted instruction | Technology education||Issue Date:||1-Sep-2012||Source:||Knowledge Management and E-Learning||Journal Volume:||4||Journal Issue:||3||Start page/Pages:||346-358||Abstract:||
This study applied multimedia in a general engineering and technology course in Taiwan and evaluated the effectiveness of multimedia-assisted instruction and learning. The course presented trends in technological development and the achievements of Taiwanese industries and research institutes from a historical perspective, and overviewed the technology industries and industrial transformation development in Taiwan. The course units adopted multimedia to support class teaching and student learning, and a survey was conducted to collect students' attitudes and perception toward multimedia-assisted instruction and learning in the course. Research data were collected from 45 male and 9 female students with varied academic and cultural backgrounds. Results showed that multimedia videos help raise students' awareness of learning issues, improve their understanding of content, and increase the depth of their learning. Almost all students liked the approach of using multimedia to assist teaching and learning, preferring this approach over traditional lecture-based instruction. They also would recommend this course to their peers. This study also found that the degree of students' engagement caused variance in the students' perception of multimedia helpfulness in assisting their learning. Finally, this study further proposes suggestions in both design and research on applications of multimedia-enhanced learning in engineering and technology education.
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