Odnos študentov grafične tehnologije do različnih oblik e-knjig v Sloveniji

Maša Manca Florjanič, Klementina Možina

Povzetek

Namen: Namen članka je predstaviti rezultate raziskave o uporabi elektronskih in interaktivnih knjig med slovenskimi študenti. Cilj raziskave je bil določiti dejavnike, ki vplivajo na študentovo dojemanje e-knjig in interaktivnih e-knjig.
Metodologija/pristop: Za raziskovanje odnosa študentov do e-knjig in interaktivnih e-knjig so bile uporabljene kvantitativne metode. Za ta namen je bil izdelan vprašalnik s šestimi vprašanji z več izbirami zaprtega tipa in dvemi vprašanji, kjer so študenti trditve ocenjevali na podlagi 5-stopenjske Likertove lestvice (1 = popolnoma ne drži, 5 = popolnoma drži). Raziskovalna skupina so bili slovenskimi študenti grafičnih tehnologij (N = 230, 18 % moških ter 82 % žensk starih med 18 in 30 let) Naravoslovnotehniške fakultete. Anketa je bila izvedena v prvem semestru študijskega leta 2014/2015. Za določanje statistično pomembnih razlik med študenti so bili uporabljeni t-testi in ANOVA.
Rezultati: Analiza je pokazala, da študentje menijo, da so tiskane knjige primernejše za učenje; tudi uporabniki e-knjig. Uporabniki e-knjig v večji meri poznajo in nameravajo uporabiti interaktivne e-knjige. Na pogostost uporabe elektronskih knjig pozitivno vpliva praktičnost e-knjig, negativno pa težave s koncentracijo pri branju z zaslona.
Omejitve raziskave: Rezultati raziskave niso omejeni na posamezno področje e-knjig.
Izvirnost/uporabnost raziskave: Članek predstavlja eno prvih raziskav, ki preučuje uporabo e-knjig v povezavi z odnosom do interaktivnih e-knjig.
Prispevek: Članek prinaša pregled načina uporabe e-knjig in interaktivnih e-knjig ter ugotavlja naklonjenost študentov njihovi uporabi. Članek lahko služi kot osnova za nadaljnje raziskave.

Ključne besede

elektronske knjige; e-knjige; interaktivne e-knjige; multimedijske vsebine; študija uporabnika; Slovenija

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