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Title: Internet usage for improvement of learning
Authors: Chanboualapha, Sonexay
Islam, Md. Rofiqul
Department: Högskolan i Borås/Institutionen Handels- och IT-högskolan
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2012
Series/Report no.: Masteruppsats
Programme: Masterutbildning i Informatik
Publisher: University of Borås/School of Business and IT
Media type: text
Keywords: Internet for learning
learning improvement
human computer interaction
Abstract: The internet usage is increasing rapidly, especially for learning in the field of education and informatics. The investigation of indentifying and analyzing internet usage for learning improvement is necessary to implement with students. In order to ensure the use of the internet improve students’ learning, it is necessary to investigate with developed and developing countries in the term of comparison. In our research conducted examining with students in one developed country (Sweden) and one developing country (Laos) to identify and analyze the relationship between internet usage and students’ learning. We collected data with survey through questionnaires by quantitative research, and analyzed the relationship by correlation analysis. Finding indicated that internet usage has the positive relationship with students’ learning as higher of using internet and higher of grade. However, the use of era technology and students’ learning in developed country are absolutely higher than developing country. Thus, we ensure that internet usage is a positive relationship with students’ learning.
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