On Effectiveness Assessment of Promoting the Digital Learning Policy

Conference paper

Abstract

In this study, for the performance assessment program of Taiwan policy to promote subsidies of computer and information education to disadvantaged students, the fuzzy questionnaire survey was adopted for empirical research, and 15 computer recipient students were selected in purposive sampling. According to the 4 expected targets of the project, construct the questionnaire and adopt the Likert 5-point scale for obtaining discrete fuzzy data. The respondents’ perception of the plan’s expected benefits were “satisfaction,” “progressive,” and “very helpful” toward the three projects, “own computer and Internet equipment,” “enhance information literacy,” and “improve learning quality.” The exception was “learn free software applications.” Prefer not to use accounted for the majority of recipients, and the difference in views was quite high.

Keywords

Effectiveness assessment Digital learning Fuzzy theory 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Education Policy and AdministrationNational Chi Nan UniversityPuli Township, Nantou CountyTaiwan (R.O.C.)
  2. 2.Education Affairs DepartmentMiaoli County governmentMiaoli City, Miaoli CountyTaiwan (R.O.C.)

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