Stances of students on use of platform for taking exams or colloquia at the Academy of Applied Studies of Kosovo and Metohija, Department Uroševac – Leposavić

9th International Scientific Conference Technics and Informatics in Education – TIE 2022 (2022) стр. 289-296

АУТОР(И): Nenad Marković, Dejan Živković, Filip Marković

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DOI: 10.46793/TIE22.289M


Development of new technologies, especially Internet, creates conditions for electronic education. The paper presents effect of using Internet as one of the means for taking exams or colloquia in certain subjects in the field of electrical and computer engineering at the Academy of Applied Studies of Kosovo and Metohija, Department Uroševac – Leposavić. Namely, the idea for writing this paper arose due to the fact that, to some extent, this type of communication with students already existed. After taking certain subjects in the field of electrical and computer engineering, research of students was done through a questionnaire. For purposes of this research, a survey questionnaire was used, which included a sample of 58 students. The goal of this research is to examine stances of students on perceived usefulness of the platform and its upgrade for taking exams or colloquia and for other scientific areas on all study programs used in the teaching process. At the end, obtained results were analyzed, based on which conclusion was drawn that students are satisfied with this type of communication as well as with quality of the platform itself.


Internet; students; platform; taking exams; taking colloquia


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