The general aim of my dissertation was to increase the knowledge on how Learning Management Systems (LMS) are used by secondary school teachers and to examine the design and implementation of learning paths.
All articles are published in ISI-indexed and peer-reviewed journals. More details on the first article published in Computers & Education, “Researching instructional use and the technology acceptation of LMS by secondary school teachers”, can be found in this blogpost. The second article, “Investigating the design and implementation of learning paths in a learning management system”, was published in Interactive Learning Environments and can be consulted by clicking here.
The third article, “Differential impact of learning path based versus conventional instruction in science education”, was also published in Computers & Education. The fourth article, “A qualitative study on learning and teaching with learning paths in a learning management system”, was published in the Journal of Social Science Education.
My complete dissertation can be downloaded via this weblog (click here to download).