Departmental Bulletin Paper 経済学部E-folio調査にもとづく「やる気」の考察:LMSを活用した継続的な学生調査の試み
A Consideration of Student Motivation Based on "E-folio"

荒木, 英一  ,  福本, 幹生

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The faculty of economics at Momoyama Gakuin University has been conducting a periodical comprehensive survey of all students since the school year of 2012. The survey system is called E-folio and built on Moodle, one of the most popular open source Learning Management Systems, so that its operating cost is minimised and it can save time and labour of the faculty staff. The response rate is always over 90% and meaningful information has been piling up. In this article, first, we will explain how we make use of the diverse functions of Moodle to build and manage the survey system. Second, we will show some results from our empirical study based on the student responses. In the latter half, the two propositions will be given:(1)Student motivation to learn is positively correlated with the motivation to get qualification as an IT expert, a bookkeeper, a fluent English speaker and so on.(2)The motivation is statistically independent of GPA. For example, students with high GPA scores do not always have high motivation for studying economics, while some students with relatively low GPA scores have an earnest desire to get the qualification of IT expert.
The faculty of economics at Momoyama Gakuin University has been conducting a periodical comprehensive survey of all students since the school year of 2012. The survey system is called E-folio and built on Moodle, one of the most popular open source Learning Management Systems, so that its operating cost is minimised and it can save time and labour of the faculty staff. The response rate is always over 90% and meaningful information has been piling up. In this article, first, we will explain how we make use of the diverse functions of Moodle to build and manage the survey system. Second, we will show some results from our empirical study based on the student responses. In the latter half, the two propositions will be given:(1)Student motivation to learn is positively correlated with the motivation to get qualification as an IT expert, a bookkeeper, a fluent English speaker and so on.(2)The motivation is statistically independent of GPA. For example, students with high GPA scores do not always have high motivation for studying economics, while some students with relatively low GPA scores have an earnest desire to get the qualification of IT expert.
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