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    Title: 不同認知風格的大學生在MOOCs教學網站上使用者經驗的差異
    Other Titles: The user experience on MOOCs website of college student with different cognitive styles
    Authors: 林思妤;Lin, Sz-Yu
    Contributors: 淡江大學教育科技學系碩士班
    沈俊毅;Shen, Chun-Yi
    Keywords: 認知風格;使用者經驗;磨課師;Cognitive Style;Usability;Moocs
    Date: 2017
    Issue Date: 2018-08-03 14:37:31 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   隨著近年來數位科技的蓬勃發展,大規模開放式線上課程(MOOCs;台譯為磨課師) 已成為回應教育改革與建構學習者中心教學模式的重要策略與工具之一。
    In recent years, massive open online course (MOOCs) have become an important strategy to education innovation. In Europe and United States, many digital teaching website have been used generally. However, the research about interface design of MOOCs website is insufficient.
    According to the study, the interface of teaching website will not affect the user experience and learning effect of user.
    Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to understand the user experience on MOOCs of collage student with field independent cognitive style or field independent cognitive style. In this paper, a total of 49 collage students participated in the experiment. Research provides indication for future interface design.
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