Students Perception about the Use of Jupyter Notebook in Power Systems Education
Keywords:student attitude and perception, Jupyter notebook, Free and Open Source Software, Power system education
The purpose of this study was to examine students’ computer attitudes and experience, as well as students’ perceptions about the use of Jupyter notebook in the Electrical Engineering context, specifically in teaching Power Systems. Forty-five power systems students in the department of Electrical Engineering Science at the University of Johannesburg took part in this study. Results suggest that students hold favorable computer attitudes and perception about the use of the Jupyter notebook in power systems education. Furthermore, the feedback from respondents can help software developers make informed decision about aspects of the application to improve.
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