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NAČRTOVANJE IN OCENJEVANJE SPLETNEGA UČNEGA MESTA ZA GLUHE IN NAGLUŠNE
Ines Kožuh, 2010, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomskem delu smo predstavili načrtovanje spletnega učnega mesta za gluhe in naglušne, ki smo ga razvili na Fakulteti za elektrotehniko, računalništvo in informatiko v Mariboru v okviru projekta DEAFVOC 2. Problem, ki se pojavlja, je namreč pomanjkanje e-gradiv, prilagojenih gluhim in naglušnim. Uporabnost sistema smo ocenjevali s pomočjo vprašalnika SUS, pedagoško bogatost sistema pa s prilagojenim pedagoškim indeksom učinkovitosti. Na osnovi dveh ocenjevanj se je izkazalo, da so mlajši uporabniki, ki so internet uporabljali pogosteje, uporabnost sistema ocenili bolje od starejših, manj rednih uporabnikov interneta. Ugotovili smo tudi, da se z večmodalnim pristopom izboljšuje pedagoška bogatost sistema. Na koncu smo analizirali predstavitev spletnega učnega mesta za gluhe in naglušne javnosti na novinarski konferenci, ki se je izkazala za učinkovito medijsko komunikacijsko orodje.
Keywords: e-izobraževanje, e-gradivo, spletno učno okolje, gluhi in naglušni, znakovni jezik, odnosi z mediji
Published: 04.01.2011; Views: 9460; Downloads: 227
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Personalizirana spletna prisotnost v izobraževanju
Ines Kožuh, Matjaž Debevc, Vladan Devedžić, Zoran Jeremić, 2012, published scientific conference contribution

Abstract: V članku predstavljamo idejo za učinkovito učenje v spletnem učnem okolju. Uporabnik, ki se pri reševanju naloge sreča s problemom, lahko zahteva pomoč drugih uporabnikov prek spletnih socialnih omrežij, brez da bi prekinil svoj učni proces in zapustil spletno učno okolje. Sistem samodejno predlaga uporabnike, ki bodo z večjo verjetnostjo rešili problem. Tako se uporabnikova učinkovitost pri učenju izboljšuje.
Keywords: apletna prisotnst, spletno učenje, komunikacijska orodja, e-učenje
Published: 01.06.2012; Views: 1169; Downloads: 54
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Uporabnost personaliziranega spletnega učnega okolja
Ines Kožuh, Andrej Sarjaš, Zoran Jeremić, Matjaž Debevc, 2012, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: spletno učno okolje, semantični splet, učenje na daljavo
Published: 10.07.2015; Views: 491; Downloads: 39
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Social presence and interaction in learning environments
Ines Kožuh, Zoran Jeremić, Andrej Sarjaš, Julija Lapuh Bele, Vladan Devedžić, Matjaž Debevc, 2014, original scientific article

Abstract: With the increased use of social media there is a growing interest in using social interaction and social presence in education. Despite this phenomenon, no appropriate methodology was found on effective integrating of both concepts into online learning. In this study, we propose integrating two different kinds of learning tools to provide social interaction and social presence in Personal Learning Environments. We have evaluated the proposed concept in a classroom setting, using a specific social interaction tool and a specific social presence tool. The findings revealed that although the use of the social interaction tool was positively associated with students% academic success, the perceived ease of using the social presence tool was negatively related to students' success.
Keywords: personal learning environment, social interaction, social presence, online social presence, academic success
Published: 03.08.2017; Views: 386; Downloads: 39
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Enhancement of cyber educational system of Montenegro (ECESM)
Matjaž Debevc, Ines Kožuh, Olga Pregl, 2017, final research report

Keywords: mobilno učenje, Črna Gora, ECESM
Published: 25.09.2017; Views: 178; Downloads: 0

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Poročilo o izvedenih testih uporabnosti aplikacije telestiki
Irena Lovrenčič Držanič, Matjaž Debevc, Ines Kožuh, 2019, treatise, preliminary study, study

Keywords: uporabne aplikacije, telestiki, izvajanje testov
Published: 11.03.2019; Views: 266; Downloads: 32
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Primerjalna analiza nastopov največjih televizijskih osebnosti slovenske televizije
Tjaša Koder, 2019, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: V diplomskem delu je predstavljena analiza nastopa dveh voditeljev razvedrilnih oddaj na komercialni televiziji. Analizirani sta bili besedna in nebesedna komunikacija voditeljev Vida Valiča in Petra Polesa v oddajah Slovenija ima talent, Vid in Pero šov ter X Factor Slovenija, ki sta jih vodila skupaj. Preučevano je bilo, kakšne so podobnosti in razlike v govoru in prvinah nebesedne komunikacije izbranih voditeljev. S pomočjo analize govora je bilo ugotovljeno, da voditelja uporabljata neknjižni pogovorni jezik, natančneje osrednjeslovenski oz. ljubljanski pogovorni jezik. Analiza mimike, gestikulacije in zunanjega videza je pokazala podobnosti v značilnostih nebesedne komunikacije pri obeh voditeljih. Ugotovljeno je bilo tudi, da se voditelja precej izražata skozi obrazne kretnje, ki pogosto nadomestijo besede. Najpogostejši obrazni izraz je smeh, njegova intenzivnost pa se spreminja glede na primernost v različnih položajih. Oba imata roke večino časa v gibanju. Oblečena sta v enaka, elegantna oblačila. Rezultati analize so lahko kot vodilo primerni za voditelje, ki televizijsko delo šele začenjajo, saj nazorno prikazujejo elemente, ki so pomembni za dober nastop. Hkrati so lahko pridobljeni rezultati uporabni za raziskovalce, ki bi v prihodnosti želeli raziskovati nebesedno in/ali besedno komunikacijo med voditelji ne le razvedrilnih, temveč tudi drugih vrst oddaj na komercialni in javni televiziji.
Keywords: komunikacija, besedna komunikacija, nebesedna komunikacija, razvedrilne oddaje
Published: 02.07.2019; Views: 2040; Downloads: 78
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A comparison of comprehension processes in sign language interpreter videos with or without captions
Matjaž Debevc, Danijela Milošević, Ines Kožuh, 2015, original scientific article

Abstract: One important theme in captioning is whether the implementation of captions in individual sign language interpreter videos can positively affect viewers% comprehension when compared with sign language interpreter videos without captions. In our study, an experiment was conducted using four video clips with information about everyday events. Fifty-one deaf and hard of hearing sign language users alternately watched the sign language interpreter videos with, and without, captions. Afterwards, they answered ten questions. The results showed that the presence of captions positively affected their rates of comprehension, which increased by 24% among deaf viewers and 42% among hard of hearing viewers. The most obvious differences in comprehension between watching sign language interpreter videos with and without captions were found for the subjects of hiking and culture, where comprehension was higher when captions were used. The results led to suggestions for the consistent use of captions in sign language interpreter videos in various media.
Keywords: sign language, comparison, interpreter videos
Published: 19.06.2017; Views: 317; Downloads: 176
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THE DEAF AND HARD OF HEARING ON SOCIAL NETWORKING SITES: IDENTITY, COMMUNITY BUILDING AND CONNECTIONS BETWEEN COMMUNITIES
Ines Kožuh, 2015, doctoral dissertation

Abstract: Social networking site use among the d/Deaf and hard of hearing has triggered a growing interest in examining the impact of online activities on their experiences. Despite extensive research on the use of social networking sites among hearing users, only a few studies have focused on use among the d/Deaf and hard of hearing. There is an evident lack of comprehensive research on d/Deaf and hard of hearing users’ experiences with social networking sites in which both the effects of the users’ characteristics on their identification with other users and their tendency to connect with members of online communities are examined. In our study, we developed a theoretical model for examining D/HH users’ experiences with social networking sites. The model investigates the relationships and effects among the aspects (identity, community building and connections between communities) and factors (hearing loss, educational background, communication situation and use of technology) relating to the experiences of d/Deaf and hard of hearing with social networking sites. The primary purpose of the model was to define how the aspects are associated with each other and how the factors influence the aspects. In line with the model, an online questionnaire in sign and written language was developed. A study was conducted in Germany, Slovenia, Austria and Switzerland, where the questionnaire was completed by 199 German, 43 Slovene, 21 Austrian and 20 Swiss d/Deaf and hard of hearing users of social networking sites. Due to sample size the main emphasis was on the results gained from the study conducted in Germany. It was shown that online Deaf identity is negatively related to online hearing identity, but positively related to community building and connections among communities. While community building is positively related to connections between communities, online hearing identity is neither related to community building nor connections between communities. Additionally, hearing status was found to have a significant effect on online Deaf and online hearing identity. Frequency of use of social networking sites has no significant effect on any aspect, while frequency of posting videos is the only activity having a significant effect on community building. Frequency of communication with the deaf in sign language on social networking sites has a positive effect on online Deaf identity and community building; frequency of communication with the deaf and hard of hearing in written language has a further positive effect on community building. Results of examining the effects of different countries on the aspects showed that Slovene users were more engaged in community building and connecting with members of other communities than German users. These findings imply a high potential for using social networking sites in the education process. Accordingly, we developed recommendations for teachers, and designers and developers of educational processes in order to assure efficient communication support for the d/Deaf and hard of hearing. These recommendations might be most beneficial in distance education in terms of globalization, since social networking sites provide opportunities for inclusion of students from abroad. Similarly, social networking sites provide wider opportunities for work between mentors and mentees, since questions can be posed and answers can be given directly on social networking sites.
Keywords: Deaf and hard of hearing, social networking sites, online identity, online community, community building, connections between communities
Published: 24.04.2015; Views: 967; Downloads: 108
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SPECIFIKE ŠPORTNEGA NOVINARSTVA GLEDE NA TIP MEDIJA
Boštjan Budna, 2016, undergraduate thesis

Abstract: Diplomsko delo primerja, na kakšen način o športu, ki je med najbolj priljubljenimi vsebinami, poročajo različni tipi medijev. Namen je ugotoviti, kakšne so razlike med temi mediji in primerjati delo športnih novinarjev. Pričujoče delo vključuje pregled obstoječih virov, analizo vsebine pri pokrivanju nogometne tekme in intervjuje s športnimi novinarji. Glavne ugotovitve so, da tisk enkrat dnevno ponudi poglobljene vsebine, televizija ponuja najboljšo izkušnjo spremljanja tekme, radio pa rezultate podaja hitreje od obeh. Internet združuje naštete prednosti ostalih tipov medijev. Ustvarjanje zgodbe je za novinarja v tisku daljši proces, za radijskega sta pomembna dober glas in tehnično znanje, še posebej za televizijskega poznavanje teme. Internetni novinar mora biti hiter, ob delu pa združuje različne vsebine.
Keywords: šport, novinarstvo, športno novinarstvo, množični mediji
Published: 13.09.2016; Views: 552; Downloads: 62
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