Moodle quizzes as a way to keep students study focus on computer science course : a user study

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Nehring, Natalia
Dacey, Simon
Baghaei, Nilufar
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2017-10
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regular feedback
designing quiz
quiz as formal assessment
learning management system (LMS)
Bachelor Computer Science (Unitec)
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assessment
Moodle
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Nehring, N., Dacey, S.G., & Baghaei, N. (2017, October). Moodle quizzes as a way to keep students study focus on a computer science course: A case study. Paper presented at Gynneth Porter, New Zealand National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference.
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Weekly feedback on assessments is a good way to improve students’ study habits. Moodle quizzes are a way to help students focus on their workload every week and help provide encouragement to students to attend tutorial sessions regularly. Regular feedback can help increase student motivation and can ensure that the students are on track with the course material.
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