These pages present the results of a questionnaire submitted to first year Psychology students to enquire about their perception of webCT (introduced this year in our department to support our Psychology 1 course) as well as their learning styles. This survey has been prepared by two fourth year students in Psychology, Louisa Young and Katie sinclair.
The results are still provisional, based on 71 questionnaires correctly filled (we had about 120 respondants but some of them stopped filling the questionnaire half way through and others omitted to answer some questions).
All data are summarized using the format below.
1. In this course WebCT has allowed me to cover the course content in more detail
The graph on the left present the distribution of responses (frequency count) among the respondants.
The graphs on the right present the distribution of responses (probability) for the same data divided in different categories (with
the number of respondants per category in between parentheses).
Note that we have tried to provide intuitive colour codings to ease the interpretation of the graphs. Blue vs Rose for Males and Females. A level of blueness for experience (lighter blue = less experienced). A level of greyness for years of experience (going to white = more experienced, by analogy to hair colour). A range from red to green for perception as successful student (red for doing not so well, vivid green for doing quite well, really).
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