Psychomotor skills in on-line learning: Camosun College's Cisco Network Academy curriculum
Trevor Curtis, Royal Roads University , Canada
Royal Roads University . Awarded
The focus of the project is to determine to what extent psychomotor skills can be transferred to learners when using computer aided instruction in an on-line environment. The area of study in which the treatment took place was the data networking course of the Camosun College Networking and Computer Technician Program which is based on the Cisco Networking Academy Program curriculum. The Cisco Networking Academy Program leads to certification as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). Included in this thesis is a definition of the opportunities recognized, a review of current literature, the research methodologies that were used, the results of the data analysis, the implications of the research, and a review of the educational lessons that arose during the research. (Abstract shortened by UMI.)
Curtis, T. Psychomotor skills in on-line learning: Camosun College's Cisco Network Academy curriculum. Master's thesis, Royal Roads University.
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