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Poster CELePro for the eScience Network Conference 06/2013

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Some results of our CELePro Survey and candidate of the "Most piecharts per poster" competition. See also the presentation: http://de.slideshare.net/anjalorenz/2013-06-celepro

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Poster CELePro for the eScience Network Conference 06/2013

  1. 1. NetworkCELePro – Collaboration in E-Learning ProjectsMotivationSome Results Focus: Collaboration Tasks, Activities and Social Software ToolsSampleMetricsProject-based research and distributed workplacescharacterize the daily work of lecturers in highereducation. Especially social software may supportcollaborative tasks, but are rarely used and mostly knownfromflagshipprojects.By means of an online survey, teaching staff of highereducation institutes in Saxony were asked concerningtheircollaborationpracticesinautumn2012.N: 253 completed questionnairesCompletion rate: 48.1% | Response rate: 65.9%The eScience project is funded by:www.escience-sachsen.deContactCluster E-Learning andProject ManagementUniversity of Technology DresdenMedia CentreDr. Daniela Pscheida01062 DresdenPhone: +49 351 463-42463E-Mail: e-learning@escience-sachsen.deCELePro: Collaborationin E-Learning Projects(Subproject)Anja LorenzE-Mail: anja.lorenz@tu-dresden.deMale: 71.1% (180)Female: 26.5% (67)University: 70.8% (179)Univ. of Applied Sciences: 25.3% (64)Art School: 3.6% (9)Other: 0.4% (1)Institution25–29: 13.0% (33)30–34: 28.1% (71)35–39: 12.3% (31)40–44: 7.5% (19)45–49: 8.7% (22)50–54: 9.9% (25)55–59: 10.3% (26)60+: 8.3% (21)no answer: 2% (5)Age(grouped)DisciplineAgricultural, Silviculture, Food Sc.: 1.6% (4)Pedagogy, Teaching: 4.3% (11)Medicine, Public Health: 0.4% (1)Computer Sc.: 9.1% (23)Arts: 4.3% (11)Math, Natural Sc.: 10.7% (27)Law, Economics, Social Sc.: 19.8% (50)Sports Sc.: 1.2% (3)Linguistics, Cultural Studies: 5.5% (14)other: 0.8% (2)Engineering: 41.9% (106)WeblogsMedaSharingSocialBookmarkingothernone/noinformationMicrobloggingWikisSocialNetworksCreating & Editing Text (n=136 | )53.8%9.5%(10)4.8%(5)0.0%(0)15.2%(16)1.0%(1)59.0%(62)15.2%(16)24.8%(26)Sharing Documents (n=162 | )64.0%4.4%(6)0.7%(1)0.7%(1)11.7%(16)0.0%(0)56.9%(78)24.1%(33)19.7%(27)Sharing Links & Sources (n=99 | )39.1%10.3%(8)5.1%(4)2.6%(2)11.5%(9)3.8%(3)43.6%(34)17.9%(14)32.1%(25)Managing Metadata (n=62 | )24.5%3.5%(2)0.0%(0)0.0%(0)5.3%(3)0.0%(0)29.8%(17)57.9%(33)12.3%(7)Group Communication, n:m (n=88 | )34.8%14.3%(10)4.3%(3)2.9%(2)5.7%(4)0.0%(0)57.1%(40)22.9%(16)18.6%(13)Group Notification, 1:m (n=113 | )44.7%9.1%(9)1.0%(1)2.0%(2)6.1%(6)1.0%(1)59.6%(59)26.3%(26)9.1%(9)Chatting, 1:1 (n=132 | )52.2%10.2%(12)0.0%(0)1.7%(2)2.5%(3)0.8%(1)76.3%(90)11.0%(13)9.3%(11)Automatic Notification (n=74 | )29.2%8.2%(5)8.2%(5)4.9%(3)4.9%(3)0.0%(0)57.4%(35)24.6%(15)13.1%(8)Giving Feedback ( 19.4%)n=49 |9.5%(4)7.1%(3)2.4%(1)7.1%(3)0.0%(0)50.0%(21)28.6%(12)11.9%(5)Managing Its Own User Profiles (n=87 | )34.4%28.8%(19)6.1%(4)3.0%(2)9.1%(6)1.5%(1)50.0%(33)24.2%(16)9.1%(6)Managing Contacts ( 34.0%)n=86 |13.0%(10)1.3%(1)1.3%(1)2.6%(2)0.0%(0)55.8%(43)29.9%(23)7.8%(6)InformationManagementCommunicationRelationshipManagement1ConditionsIdentifyrequirements, planressources and staff2ContentsDefine, structureand selectlearning contents3DidacticsSelect and adaptteaching scenariosand methods4MaterialsImplementing digitallearning units andmedia contents5InfrastructureProviding and testingthe technicalinfrastructure6Course & ExamGiving lectures,exercises, seminarsand perform exams7EvaluationEvaluating coursesand improving forfuture semestersDo you proceed these collaborative activities performing the following tasks?Yes No No informationRemark: Different populations are caused by filters, thus not every participant saw the question due to former answers. All percentages were rounded.62.9% (61)22.7% (22)14.4% (14)n=97 | 38.3%64.3% (83)24.8% (32)10.9% (14)n=129 | 51.0%64.5% (42)31.2% (24)14.3% (11)n=77 | 30.4%33.9% (19)44.6% (25)21.4% (12)n=56 | 22.1%54.7% (35)26.6% (17)18.8% (12)n=64 | 25.3%60.8% (59)22.7% (22)16.5% (16)n=97 | 38.3%79.6% (90)11.5% (13)8.8% (10)n=113 | 44.7%47.5% (29)42.6% (26)2.4% (6)n=61 | 24.1%46.2% (18)30.8% (12)23.1% (9)n=39 | 15.4%31.7% (20)49.2% (31)19.0% (12)n=63 | 24.9%37.8% (28)45.9% (34)16.2% (12)n=74 | 29.2%72.9% (70)17.7% (17)9.4% (9)n=96 | 37.9%65.9% (83)25.4% (32)8.7% (11)n=126 | 49.8%58.7% (44)32.0% (24)9.3% (7)n=75 | 26.6%35.2% (19)48.1% (26)16.7% (9)n=54 | 21.3%50.8% (32)38.1% (24)11.1% (7)n=63 | 24.9%46.3% (44)42.1% (40)11.6% (11)n=95 | 37.5%71.2% (79)21.6% (24)7.2% (8)n=111 | 43.9%39.0% (23)55.9% (33)5.1% (3)n=59 | 23.3%62.2% (23)27.0% (10)10.8% (4)n=37 | 14.6%31.1% (19)59.0% (36)9.8% (4)n=61 | 24.1%28.6% (20)60.0% (42)11.4% (8)n=70 | 27.7%44.6% (41)38.0% (35)17.4% (16)n=92 | 36.4%33.9% (41)47.9% (58)18.2% (22)n=121 | 47.8%35.6% (26)42.5% (31)21.9% (16)n=73 | 28.9%18.5% (10)63.0% (34)18.5% (10)n=54 | 21.3%31.0% (18)58.6% (34)10.3% (6)n=58 | 22.9%51.4% (19)35.1% (13)13.5% (5)n=37 | 14.6%20.7% (12)65.5% (38)13.8% (8)n=58 | 22.9%26.5% (18)61.8% (42)11.8% (8)n=68 | 26.9%59.1% (55)26.9% (25)14.0% (13)n=93 | 36.8%60.2% (74)25.2% (31)14.6% (18)n=123 | 48.6%47.2% (34)33.3% (24)19,4% (14)n=72 | 28.5%31.5% (17)50.0% (27)18,4% (10)n=54 | 21.3%55.0% (33)33.3% (20)11,7% (7)n=60 | 23.7%52.7% (49)36.6% (34)10,8% (10)n=93 | 36.8%57.3% (63)31.8% (35)10,9% (12)n=110 | 43.5%56.9% (33)34.5% (20)8,6% (5)n=58 | 22.9%55.3% (21)34.2% (13)10,5% (4)n=38 | 15.0%24.1% (14)62.1% (36)13,8% (8)n=58 | 22.9%31.9% (22)53.6% (37)14,5% (10)n=69 | 27.3%40.2% (37)42.4% (39)17.4% (16)n=92 | 36.4%48.8% (60)35.0% (43)16.2% (20)n=123 | 48.6%34.2% (25)42.5% (31)23.3% (17)n=73 | 28.9%27.8% (15)51.9% (28)20.4% (11)n=54 | 21.3%43.3% (26)40.0% (24)16.7% (10)n=60 | 23.7%45.7% (43)42.6% (40)11.7% (11)n=94 | 37.2%54.1% (60)32.4% (36)13.5% (15)n=111 | 43.9%49.2% (29)44.1% (26)6.8% (4)n=59 | 23.3%39.5% (15)47.4% (18)13.2% (5)n=38 | 15.0%23.3% (14)60.0% (36)16.7% (10)n=60 | 23.7%30.0% (21)57.1% (40)12.9% (9)n=70 | 27.7%57.1% (52)29.7% (27)13.2% (12)n=91 | 36.0%63.7% (79)23.4% (29)12.9% (16)n=124 | 49.0%43.1% (31)37.5% (27)19.4% (14)n=72 | 28.5%40.7% (22)40.7% (22)18.5% (10)n=54 | 21.3%51.7% (31)36.7% (22)11.7% (7)n=60 | 23.7%59.6% (56)30.9% (29)9.6% (9)n=94 | 37.2%70.3% (78)18.9% (21)10.8% (12)n=111 | 43.9%53.4% (31)43.1% (25)3.4% (2)n=58 | 22.9%57.9% (22)34.2% (13)7.9% (3)n=38 | 15.0%23.3% (14)61.7% (37)15.0% (9)n=60 | 23.7%37.1% (26)50.0% (35)12.9% (9)n=70 | 27.7%34.1% (31)47.3% (43)18.7% (17)n=91 | 36.0%33.3% (41)46.3% (57)20.3% (25)n=123 | 48.6%20.8% (15)50.0% (36)29.2% (21)n=72 | 28.5%17.0% (9)60.4% (32)22.6% (12)n=53 | 20.9%42.4% (25)40.7% (24)16.9% (10)n=59 | 23.3%37.6% (35)44.1% (41)18.3% (17)n=93 | 36.8%50.5% (55)33.9% (37)15.6% (17)n=109 | 43.1%29.3% (17)55.2% (32)15.5% (9)n=58 | 22.9%56.8% (21)35.1% (13)8.1% (3)n=37 | 14.6%20.3% (12)64.4% (38)15.3% (9)n=59 | 23.3%23.3% (16)58.0% (40)18.8% (13)n=69 | 27.3%45.0% (27)40.0% (24)15.0% (9)n=60 | 23.7%36.6% (34)48.4% (45)15.1% (14)n=93 | 36.8%55.0% (61)32.4% (36)12.6% (14)n=111 | 43.9%(based on the total number ofvisits of the survey website: 824)

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