EĞİTSEL BİR PROBLEM OLARAK HİPER ORTAMDA KAYBOLMANIN ÖLÇÜLMESİ

Bu çalışmanın amacı, hiper ortamda kaybolma konusunda yapılan çalışmaları, kullanılan ölçü ve metrikler ile bu sorunun ilişkilendirildiği değişkenler açısından ayrıntılı ve kapsamlı olarak incelemektir. Bu amaç kapsamında, hiper ortamda kaybolma konusunda yapılan lisansüstü tezler ile Türkiye ve yurtdışındaki çeşitli dergilerde yayınlanmış makaleler incelenerek içerik analizi gerçekleştirilmiştir. Veriler ulusal tez merkezinde yayınlanmış 4 yüksek lisans ve 7 doktora tezi ve benzer derleme çalışmalarına ait kaynaklar ile SSCI tarafından dizinlenen dergilerde yer alan 30 makalenin taranması ile gerçekleştirilmiştir. İçerik analizinden elde edilen sonuçların, bu alanda çalışacak olan araştırmacılara hiper ortamda kaybolma sorununun hangi değişkenlerle ilişkilendirildiği ve nasıl ölçüldüğü konularında destek sağlayacağı düşünülmektedir. Uygulayıcılara ise kaybolma ölçümlerinde kullanabilecekleri ölçü ve metrikler konusunda yol gösterici olacağı öngörülmektedir

MEASURING LOST IN HYPERMEDIA AS AN EDUCATIONAL PROBLEM

The aim of this study is to examine in detail and comprehensively the studies on disappearance in hypermedia in terms of the measures and metrics used and the variables associated with this problem. Within the scope of this purpose, content analysis was carried out by examining postgraduate theses on disappearance in hypermedia and articles published in various journals in Turkey and abroad. The data were obtained by scanning the sources of 4 master's and 7 doctoral theses and similar compilation studies published in the national thesis center and 30 articles in the journals indexed by SSCI. It is thought that the results obtained from the content analysis will provide support to the researchers who will work in this field in terms of which variables are associated with the problem of disappearance in hypermedia and how it is measured. It is foreseen that it will guide the practitioners in terms of measures and metrics that they can use in disappearance measurements.

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