Relationship between the use of an app and grades in Operations Management in Bachelor Degree

Antonio Rodríguez-Duarte, Marta Fossas-Olalla, José Ignacio López-Sánchez, Elena Giménez-Fernández

Abstract

The aim of this paper is to analyse the effect of an app on learning improvement in subjects related to Operations Management in Bachelor Degrees. We show the results of a regression analysis between the use of the app (Blunder) and the students’ grades. This initiative arises from the experience of the Research Group on Production and Information and Communication Technologies (GIPTIC-UCM) of the Complutense University of Madrid as a result of the participation in an Educational Innovation Project.


Keywords

App; Evaluation; Higher education; Learning; Smartphone

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