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CHAPTER 4: RESULTS

Presentation of the results

An evaluation of research results begins with a review of the purpose of the study

and hypotheses. Each hypothesis is then analyzed individually in consideration of

research findings. The purpose of this mixed-method case study was to determine the

effect of Web 2.0 technologies on student achievement as well as student perceptions of

learning using Web 2.0 technologies. This discussion will include an evaluation of mean

scores analyzed using a repeated measures 2 x 2 ANOVA, themes revealed after an

interpretive analysis of interview transcripts and mean Likert scores from the classroom

community survey to determine significance between said scores and themes.

Pretest/Posttest

Online asynchronous

interviews

120*

141

Types of Data Collection

Number of

Participants

*21 cases were removed as non-responders.

Classroom Community

Survey

141

The Triangulation mixed methods approach was used to determine the impact of

the use of Web 2.0 technologies on the student achievement of community college

students and the asynchronous interviews were constructed and analyzed to identify said

relationships. The chapter concludes with a summary of the aforementioned research

findings.

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