Un estudio del e-learning para adultos en educación universitaria a distancia: un análisis estadístico sobre el rendimiento de estudiantes de contabilidad financiera en la UNED

Teresa Carmen Herrador Alcaide, Montserrat Hernández Solís

Resumen


Este estudio está encaminado a establecer un modelo para medir el rendimiento del e-learning en educación a distancia de adultos, en el área de economía financiera y contabilidad. Como metodología novedosa se aplica la regresión lineal para el contraste de correlaciones entre las variables del modelo. Se puso en marcha una red de innovación docente para el e-learning, en la que se suministraron diversos materiales en red. La recopilación de datos se ha realizado a través de un sondeo de opinión para evaluar la utilidad de 4 elementos que componen los factores de diseño del modelo e-learning aplicado en la UNED. El contraste de la hipótesis nula mediante análisis por regresión lineal multivariante valida el modelo establecido. Si bien, el análisis logístico-binario y el contraste estadístico del grupo de control ponen de manifiesto que el efecto del e-learning sobre el rendimiento no es tan elevado como cabría esperar.

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e-learning en educación a distancia universitaria, rendimiento del e-learning en estudiantes de contabilidad, percepción estudiantil del e-learning, resultados de la enseñanza online, vídeos interactivos en red.

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