The need for higher education in Africa to adopt a more active, constructivist and socioconstructivist pedagogy seems to be a consensus. However, certain specificities of the African educational context, such as the large numbers of learners, appear to be an obstacle to this type of pedagogy. Also, tools such as electronic voting boxes (VEBs), which are likely to improve student participation in lectures, offer an opportunity for universities, especially in a particular African context. If BVE are factors of interactivity in teaching, do they promote learning? This quantitative research tries to understand the uses made of BVE in the context of 2IE and the perception of students on its effectiveness for learning.
Available online: 2018-01-08
Touré, M., Armel Attenoukon, S., Lepage, M., & Karsenti, T. (2017). Perceptions d’étudiants sur l’utilisation du boîtier de vote électronique (BVE) en contexte de grand effectif. International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 14(2), 50-70. https://doi.org/10.18162/ritpu-2017-v14n2-04