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Title: 以關注本位採用模式探討大學教師參與開放式課程之研究
A Study of University Faculty's Participation in OpenCourseWare: From the Perspective of the Concerns-Based Adoption Model
Authors: 國立臺灣師範大學圖書資訊學研究所
馬郁凝
柯皓仁
Issue Date: 1-Jun-2012
Publisher: 國立臺灣大學圖書資訊學系
Abstract: 本研究透過半結構訪談法,以臺灣師範大學為場域,探討大學教師參與開放式課程錄製的過程、教師為參與開放式課程所做的改變、教師參與開放式課程之困難與期望,並進一步利用關注本位採用模式(Concerns-Based Adoption Model,CBAM)分析受訪者參與開放式課程之使用階段。研究結果顯示:提供學生補課/複習管道和增加教學對象是教師參與開放式課程錄製之主要目的;教師會選擇課程內容適合拍攝、具有公開傳播價值以及教師本身對課程內容熟悉且教材準備完善的課程進行開放式課程的錄製;教師參與開放式課程的過程中會為了配合課程錄製以及加深開放式課程對於學生的影響而做出改變。教師對於開放式課程的建議包含增加參與誘因、改善錄製和後製方式、進行使用者調查、傳承課程錄製經驗等。
This study explored faculty participation in OpenCourseWare (OCW) in the National Taiwan Normal University. Employing the concern-based adoption model and semi-structured interviewing, this study analyzed the concerns and use of eleven faculty members who had participated in the OCW program. The findings showed that the instructors participated mainly to share courses with the general public and to improve student learning. As to which courses were suitable for OCW, instructors considered the appropriateness of a course for video recording, whether it was of value and interest to the general public, and whether the course was well prepared for the open nature of OCW. The participating instructors adjusted themselves as well as the course content to better accommodate the OCW production and to foster student learning. Expectations for the OCW project included better incentives for participation, improving the recording and production quality, conducting user surveys, and more experience sharing opportunities among OCW participants.
URI: http://jlis.lis.ntu.edu.tw/article/v10-1-5.pdf
http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/74308
ISSN: 1606-7509
Other Identifiers: ntnulib_tp_A1204_01_015
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