Author: Mukesh Srivastava
Publisher: Pearson Learning Solutions; 1 edition (November 1, 2010)
Category: Schools & Teaching
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The social life of the users involves different aspects and the user may often shift between online and offline modes (Srivastava, 2016)
The social life of the users involves different aspects and the user may often shift between online and offline modes (Srivastava, 2016). A user u may trust a user v with respect to one item or category but may not for another.
This ongoing paper is devoted to the empirical study of the interaction�between the Internet .
This ongoing paper is devoted to the empirical study of the interaction�between the Internet and the political regime. Departing from several theoretical�assumptions, we aim to explore the correlation between the development�of the Internet and democracy from 1995 to 2015.
E-learning, alo known a online ditance learning can be defined a any curriculum delivered to a tudent eparated by time or pace from an intructor
E-learning, alo known a online ditance learning can be defined a any curriculum delivered to a tudent eparated by time or pace from an intructor.
Such notions like population, behavior, or phenomena are studied. Description of the process used to study this population or phenomena, as well as criteria, controls, and testing instruments.
This is done to comply with the scientific method that asserts the objective discovery of knowledge based on verifiable facts of evidence. empirical - 01. A wealth of evidence has been found to support his hypothesis. 02. There is little evidence at this point to support his theories.
So far, very few academic studies have been conducted on internet banking adoption in Arab countries. Cross-sectional data were collected from 1286 respondents through a survey. Data were then analyzed by structural equation modeling.
In our case study, the organizational metrics when applied to data from Windows Vista were statistically significant predictors of failure-proneness. The precision and recall measures for identifying failure-prone binaries, using the organizational metrics, was significantly higher than using traditional metrics like churn, complexity, coverage, dependencies, and pre-release bug measures that have been used to date to predict failure-proneness. Our results provide empirical evidence that the organizational metrics are related to, and are effective predictors of failure-proneness.
eLearning with the Internet is a book for students learning how to conduct quantitative research who are also interested in learning styles and web-based learning. It presents a research study seeking to identify the relationship between the learning styles of e-learning website users and their preferences for features on those websites. Thus, the book serves two purposes: it contributes to the body of research on the rapidly developing field of web-based learning, and it presents an example of a systematic empirical study for advanced undergraduate and graduate research students in business, education, and other social science disciplines.
The book first discusses e-learning websites and their features, and then methods of identifying learning styles. Finally, a study is presented of a sample of employed adults who were also undergraduate or graduate students using e-learning websites; the finding of little to no correlation between their learning styles and their website feature preferences is then discussed in terms of its implications for e-learning website and online instruction designers.
A particular focus of the book is the choice of a quantitative research design, and the value of its emphasis on objective measurement and systematic testing of hypotheses. It provides a detailed description of the various elements of a research study, and includes an introduction to the research topics, questions, and justification, along with details about data collection, methodology, data analysis, results, and discussion.