DRAAIJER and BOTER, 2005. Questionbank: computer supported self-questioning. IN: Proceedings of the 9th CAA Conference, Loughborough: Loughborough University
Self-questioning is a learning strategy that focuses on knowledge acquisition and concept comprehension by the learner generating questions. This paper describes the development of an internet-based application that supports self-questioning, referred to as Questionbank, and presents a case study of its implementation, and an evaluation.
The findings in this paper suggest that Questionbank is a very useful tool to support self-questioning, but that the system in itself is not sufficient to improve the learning experience of students. Additional instructional measures for this are suggested.