No. 2 (6)/2013
- Słowo wstępne Agnieszka Landowska
- Gamification in the Economics Education Olga Łodyga
- Humanist myth in the context of the e-learning content receiver Maciej Słomczyński
- Are some people better suited for IT and e-learning? Jacek Woźniak
- The creation of the training contents during e-learning teaching in the legal aspect Tomasz Prauzner
- System of collection of students marks and preliminary analysis of their rate Agnieszka Chądzyńska-Krasowska, Witold Kosiński, Tuan Trung Nguyen
- Implementation of unguided e-learning scenarios in the Sonetor project Krzysztof Gurba
Reviews and reports
- Stan i perspektywy rozwoju e-nauczania w Polsce. Recenzja raportu Maria Wilkin
- Telewizja w służbie edukacji w perspektywie historycznej Mariusz Portalski
- W poszukiwaniu nowej formuły konferencji „Rozwój e-edukacji w ekonomicznym szkolnictwie wyższym” Bartłomiej Michałowicz, Dorota Sidor, Maria Wilkin
- Stopka redakcyjna Agnieszka Landowska
Are some people better suited for IT and e-learning?
The issue of whether traits that are difficult to change affect certain careers or activities in a positive manner has been discussed for many years. S. Baron-Cohen and his team (1997; 2001; 2005) has proposed the AQ coefficient as a measure of individual differences – of biological nature - more basic in nature than Sternberg’s cognitive styles, which is considered to identify people with an aptitude for the sciences. In article (Woźniak 2013a, in press) the question whether the AQ explain different aspects of satisfaction measures from e-learning were search. However the correlations were very weak. The AQ scale consists from 6 independent scales. The goal of the text is to ascertain whether the e-learning satisfaction would be better explained by some of these scales.
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